• lithgowhalloween

    Saturday 29 October 2016

    Lithgow Main Street

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What's On

Want to know what's happening at Lithgow Halloween 2016, check out these attractions

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  • Frank N Furter show, Rocky Horror with Dave Webb.
  • DJs on the Main Stage
  • Rides for kids of all ages
  • Thriller Dance Off!
  • Trick or Treating up Main Street
  • Jason Jackson

Full event schedule

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Thriller Dance Off Signup

Help us break the Australian Record!

We are aiming to break the Australian Thriller Dance Off record this year at Halloween.

The record stands at 450 and we think Lithgow Halloween is just the place to break it…

Register your details in the form to the left and make sure you learn the dance in the video below (Thanks to Jason Jackson) and we will see you there on the night.






How to get there

 

By Car

With a good highway system linking Lithgow to Sydney and the rest of New South Wales , driving to Lithgow is simple.

From Sydney: Two alternative routes from the Sydney region travel through the Blue Mountains . Follow the Great western Highway, through the towns and villages including Katoomba and Leura or follow the Bell ’s Line of Road and view the majesty of World Heritage listed wilderness.

From Canberra/Melbourne: Via Goulburn and Oberon – When travelling North on the Princes Highway turn at Goulburn and proceed through Goulburn turning left at the turnoff to Wombeyan Caves. Proceed along the Taralga Road to Taralga and Abercrombie Road to Oberon. Note there remains 15km of unsealed, although good quality road in the process of being sealed by late 2007.

From Central West : Lithgow can also be reached from the Central West through Bathurst and Mudgee.

By Rail

Rail services operate from Sydney to Lithgow, stopping at all major villages throughout the mountains. View timetables at http://sydneytrains.info

Latest Halloween News

Locals and visitors to Lithgow Halloween `16 are encouraged to join the party rather than simply be voyeurs when the town hosts Australia’s largest Halloween celebration on October 29. Organised and hosted by Lithgow City Council, with support from local sponsors including Lithgow McDonald’s, Centennial Coal, Energy Australia, Village Voice and Lithgow Workies, Lithgow Halloween `16 will again feature spectacular Vivid-style lighting displays and spooky decorations. The main shopping area will be transformed into a

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Dreadful Draculas, grisly genies, creepy clowns and terrible trolls will mingle with loveable fairytale characters, superheroes, goblins and fairies when Lithgow hosts Australia’s largest Halloween celebration on October 29. Organised and hosted by Lithgow City Council, with support from local sponsors including Lithgow McDonald’s, Centennial Coal, Energy Australia, Village Voice and Lithgow Workies, Lithgow Halloween `16 will again feature spectacular Vivid-style lighting displays and spooky decorations. The main shopping area will be transformed into a

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Australia’s largest Halloween celebration will host the nation’s biggest Trick or Treat for children when Lithgow holds a hair-raising community party on October 29. Organised and hosted by Lithgow City Council, with support from local sponsors including Lithgow McDonald’s, Centennial Coal, Energy Australia, Village Voice and Lithgow Workies, the event will again feature spectacular Vivid-style lighting displays and spooky decorations. The main shopping area will be transformed into a fun-filled pedestrian zone with themed precincts,

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Lithgow Main St will be overrun with freaky fiends, ghouls, zombies and loveable fantasy characters when internationally renowned King of Pop impersonator Jason Jackson leads a public dance-off at Lithgow Halloween ‘16. The national record bid for the greatest number of costumed people to dance to the song Thriller will be a highlight of the annual community festival on October 29 and further the town’s emergence as a tourist destination. Organised and hosted by Lithgow

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Here is your first look at the program for #LithgowHalloween16 More information to come

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More Information

For more information on Halloween or anything else about the Lithgow Region, get in touch with us.

Telephone:

1300 76 02 76 or 612+ 6350 3230

Email:

tourism@lithgow.com

Location:

Lithgow Visitor Information Centre
1137 Great Western Highway
Lithgow NSW 2790

Postal Address:

PO Box 19
Lithgow NSW 2790