SPOOKY SURPRISE: Josh Dillon from The Big 4 Capricorn Palms Holiday Village at Mulambin Beach is hosting a Halloween event to raise money for Camp Quality.
SPOOKY SURPRISE: Josh Dillon from The Big 4 Capricorn Palms Holiday Village at Mulambin Beach is hosting a Halloween event to raise money for Camp Quality. Chris Ison Rokchaloween

Cap Coast holiday park gets kooky and spooky this Halloween

BIG4 Capricorn Palms Holiday Park is inviting seasoned campers and those wanting to try a night outdoors for the first time to join them for an especially spooky event, as the park opens its doors in support of Camp Quality.

For $20, families can spend Halloween in a powered or unpowered site at the holiday park on Saturday, October 31.

All proceeds will be donated to Camp Quality to help raise funds and awareness of the more than 600 children up to 13 years old who are diagnosed with cancer each year in Australia.

Park owner Josh Dillon said the park's Camp and Care event is a great way to take a mini-break with family and friends while supporting a great cause.

"We're really looking forward to welcoming locals from across the Capricorn Coast region for a spookily great time and a true BIG4 experience," he said.

"For camping novices and veterans alike, this Halloween will be an experience to remember at BIG4 Capricorn Palms Holiday Park. It's the perfect chance to give camping a go, with plenty of great activities to keep everyone entertained."

Entertainment starts from 2.30 pm, Halloween-Trick or Treat hunt, a sausage sizzle and a Halloween movie, as well as great prizes to be won for the best kids' and adults' costumes. Lots of raffles drawn on the night with great prizes to be won including meat and seafood trays.

To book a powered or unpowered site, contact 4933 6144.

MORE INFO

WHEN: Saturday, October 31, from 2.30 pm

To book a powered or unpowered site, contact 4933 6144

Go to big4.com.au or visit their Facebook page



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