Brisbane Zombie Walk 2010
Brisbane Zombie Walk 2010

Each year since 2006, The Brisbane Zombie Walk commences in Brisbane City with participants ambling their way through the city to raise awareness and donations for the Brain Foundation.

Zombie Walks occur annually the world over, one of the most famous being the Toronto Zombie Walk. The earliest Zombie Walk on record was held in the summer of 2001 in Sacramento, California. The Brisbane Zombie Walk has previously held unofficial records of the most participants in attendance; first in 2008 with figures over 1,500, and then again in 2009 with over 5,000.

A Zombie Walk is an organised public gathering of people who dress up in zombie costumes with extravagant zombie makeup. Taking place in an urban centre, the participants make their way around the city streets in a somewhat orderly fashion, communicating in a manner consistent to zombie behaviour. This may include shambling and limping along, grunting, groaning and moaning for 'brains'.

Each year since 2006, The Brisbane Zombie Walk commences in Brisbane City with participants ambling their way through the city to continue to Fortitude Valley. Everyone involved in the walk is encouraged to dress up as and act like a zombie, to the shock (and delight) of the unaware public. Brisbane Zombie Walk after-parties are also organised. This year the location is The Tempo Hotel (388 Brunswick Street) The after-parties serve to promote continued awareness of The Brain Foundation, while encouraging further donations towards the cause, as well as celebrating the completion of the Brisbane Zombie Walk itself.

Brisbane Zombie Walk 2010
City of Brisbane
Dates:  24/10/10
Donation options are available

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