Lismore Zombie Walk co-organiser Sarah_Jane Loxton gets her 'freak' on at the innaugral event in Lismore. Registration for the walk was $5, which goes towards Mental Health Month and Haven Northern Rivers. Haven Northern Rivers and RealArtWorks have already gathered support of over 400 people for the walk.
Lismore Zombie Walk co-organiser Sarah_Jane Loxton gets her 'freak' on at the innaugral event in Lismore. Registration for the walk was $5, which goes towards Mental Health Month and Haven Northern Rivers. Haven Northern Rivers and RealArtWorks have already gathered support of over 400 people for the walk. Marc Stapelberg

PHOTO GALLERY: Lismore's first zombie walk

It was a strange sight to see the ghoulish wounds and bruised and battered bodies of zombies walking down the main street of Lismore.

But the inaugural Lismore Zombie Walk proved to be a fun event with lots of smiles and lots of laughter between the very serious business of looking blank and brain-hungry.

People of all ages turned up dressed as anything from nurses to crusader knights to actual mummies.

There was also a flash mob which got things off to a good start.

Zombie lollipop operators helped keep the walking dead on track and the 'zombie' drivers at bay.



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