Mandurah's western foreshore will transform into a seriously spooky setting this weekend, as King Carnival holds its annual Screamfest event.
Zombies walking through the streets, killer clowns on the loose and vampires looking for their next victim are just some of the haunting creatures that will be lurking in the fun park ready to send patrons into a scare.
The event will open with a bang when a black parade of zombies makes its way from the eastern foreshore rotunda over the bridge and into King Carnival at 5.30pm.
From there those daring to take on the horrors that lie within can enter the park and test themselves in the two mazes designed to give folks a fright, one of which will be particularly tough for those with a phobia of clowns.
Zombie movies will be on show throughout the night, a trick-or-treat set-up will be available for children and adults can find their treats at the pop-up bar.
Event manager David Miller, who has been in the business of scaring people for years now, said the night would be "frightening but fun" for everyone involved.
"Halloween's just a big bit of fun," he said.
"Our actors that will be scaring people on the night are some of the best in business, and they take real pride and joy in getting someone to jump out of their skin.
"Everyone loves it, so we're really looking forward to putting the event on for another year."
For your chance to win one of 30 tickets to the event, tag a friend on the Mandurah Mail's Facebook post that you want to go with.
For more information, or to purchase tickets, visit screamfestkc.com