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Where to buy Halloween decorations in Australia 2022
Transform your home into a Haunted House with spine-chilling decor from these online retailers.
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With All Hallow's Eve just around the corner, a great range of online stores have started to sell spooky supplies.
Join the Halloween fun and turn your house into a ghostly graveyard or haunted mansion with decor and props from the sites listed below.
When you're shopping for Halloween decorations, Amazon is a go-to. The online retailer stocks hundreds of items including themed lights, wall stickers, cake toppers and LED inflatables.
- Free delivery on millions of eligible items with an Amazon Prime membership
- Easily compare prices on similar products
- New items added to the site daily
Delight trick-or-treaters by giving your house a spooky makeover with eBay's affordable range of DIY decorations. From giant spiders to bloodied tablecloths, you'll find all your decorative needs here.
- Free delivery on millions of eligible items with an eBay Plus membership
- Easily compare prices
- New products added daily
Whether you're looking to shop for decorations or make your own, Spotlight has everything you need. It also stocks costumes, face paint and makeup, making it easy to shop for all your Halloween needs in the one place.
- Afterpay available
- Zip available
- 10% off with price-match guarantee
Whatever you're shopping for this Halloween, Costume Box has it in spades. From costumes and props to tableware and banners, you'll find everything you need for a killer Halloween party here.
- Free delivery on orders over $99
- Free 100-day returns (conditions apply)
- Afterpay and Zip available
Discounts site Catch is a great place to stock up on holiday decorations. Offering daily deals and a huge range of products, you'll find a scarily good deal here.
- Free delivery on eligible orders with Club Catch membership
- Afterpay available
- Zip available
Welcome your party guests this year with frightfully affordable Halloween decorations from Target. This retailer also stocks a range of Halloween candy and kids costumes too, so you can get all your shopping done in one go.
- Free delivery on orders over $45
- Free click and collect on orders over $20
- Free 60-day returns (conditions apply)
From doormats and clocks to film posters and pillows, Zazzle is ideal if you're looking for unique or customisable Halloween supplies.
- Huge range
- Customisable designs available
- Satisfaction guarantee
Which retailers offer free delivery?
- Amazon: Free on eligible items with an Amazon Prime membership
eBay: Free delivery on eligible items with an eBay Plus membership
- Etsy: Free delivery on eligible items
- Costumes.com.au: Free shipping on orders over $79
- Costume Box: Free shipping on orders over $99
Catch: Free delivery on eligible orders with a Club Catch membership
- Target: Free shipping on orders over $45
- AliExpress: Free delivery available on select items
How to make Halloween decorations
If you're on a budget this year, why not opt to make your own Halloween decorations instead? You'll find plenty of spooky inspiration on sites like Pinterest and YouTube and you can get your little ones involved too for some family fun.
Once you've decided on a design or two, get all the craft supplies you need to bring your vision to life from stores like and Amazon.
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