WITCH HOUSE WILL YOU GO TO?
IT MAY be an American tradition but the twin towns are getting in the spirit of Halloween.
The pumpkins are carved, the lollies are in abundance and the spooky costumes and decorations are set across Echuca-Moama in preparation for tomorrow night.
Today and tomorrow are your final chance to stock up on those decorations and sweet treats before trick or treaters hit the streets.
The popularity of the tradition has grown across the country with shops stocking Halloween supplies for the past month.
Homes and businesses have also decorated their facade in preparation for October 31.
And statistics have shown that Victoria is the most popular state to celebrate Halloween.
During Halloween, Woolworths customers are expected to pick up about 820 tonnes of chocolate before to the day.
Halloween pumpkins are also increasing in popularity and this year Woolworths expects to sell more than 150 tonnes across Australia — a 25 per cent increase.