Thursday, October 20th, 2011
On Saturday October 29th over one thousands participants dressed as zombies will shuffle through Sydney's CBD as part of the Sydney Zombie Walk.

The event is held to raise money for the Brain Foundation of Australia, though most participants attend to celebrate their love for the undead.

Zombie Walks have been an increasing global phenomenon dating back to 2001, when the first walk was held in Sacramento, California. Since then they have increased in popularity, often netting thousands of undead. The world's largest Zombie Walk is held in Brisbane, which gathered over 10,000 participants last year, and will be held on Sunday October 23rd this year.

The zombies will congregate in Hyde Park North at Archibald Fountain at 3:30pm, before walking down Elizabeth Street to Prince Alfred Park at 4:00pm.

The Sydney Zombie Walk follows the announcement that hit US TV show The Walking Dead will be coming to Australia in early 2012.

Sydney Zombie Walk urges anybody with a love for horror to come and support the walk. More details, including tips for doing your own make-up can be found on our website

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Sydney Zombie Walk

Sydney Zombie Walk aims to raise money for the Brain Foundation of Australia and connect with fans love for horror by organising two Zombie Walks each year.
Michael Berman
P: 0433661494


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