Monster mash parade sees spooky costumes take over Ocean Keys Shopping Centre


Natalie (4), Dean (7) and Hayley (1) Butchart with Olivia (4) and Sophie (6) Chen, of Clarkson. Pictures: Amy Sewell/ ASCP Photography

James (6) and Cailyn (6) Lee, of Eglinton.

Theo (6) and Albie (3) Phillips, of Mindarie, with Thomas Hughes (6) and Benjamin Hyde (4), of Clarkson.

Khloe (6), Savannah (7) and Ava (4) Mandeva, of Clarkson.

Tatiana and Sylvia (9) Syvak, of Quinns Rocks.

Erin (4) and Clare (6) Hart, of Quinns Rocks.
Natalie (4), Dean (7) and Hayley (1) Butchart with Olivia (4) and Sophie (6) Chen, of Clarkson. Pictures: Amy Sewell/ ASCP Photography James (6) and Cailyn (6) Lee, of Eglinton. Theo (6) and Albie (3) Phillips, of Mindarie, with Thomas Hughes (6) and Benjamin Hyde (4), of Clarkson. Khloe (6), Savannah (7) and Ava (4) Mandeva, of Clarkson. Tatiana and Sylvia (9) Syvak, of Quinns Rocks. Erin (4) and Clare (6) Hart, of Quinns Rocks.

YOUNGSTERS have been enjoying Halloween hunts in Clarkson over the past few days.

Ocean Keys Shopping Centre’s annual ‘Monster mash parade’ last Thursday saw ghouls, ghosts and zombies snake their way through the centre.

There have also been Halloween treasure hunts and crafts for kids and a magic stage show.

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