Queen Street‚ Brisbane City

Ghost Tours prides itself on upholding the motto 'Heritage and Hauntings'. They combine the unique experience of visiting Brisbane and South East Queensland's most historic haunted sites with the ancient art of story telling. Hear classic local ghost stories, urban legends and myths, true tales of tragedy, crime, murder, magic, witchcraft, love and death. Ghost Tours has been operating since last century when it was established by local dark historian Jack Sim.

Undertake a tour with an eerie Ghost Host who imparts the haunted heritage of the sites visited. The presence of these creepy characters is Ghost Tours only concession to theatrics - there are no extras in sheets leaping from the shadows to give cheap thrills on these tours. All thrills are genuine and genuinely creepy.

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    Recent Reviews


    Nov 2019

    Interesting History

    Definitely worth it. We went for the history component and we’re not disappointed. Loved it and are thinking of doing more.. more »

    Greg W

    Oct 2019

    Nundah cemetery ghost tour

    This is the third ghost tour we have now done and every one of them is different. This one had more of a mix of history than ghost stories which gave us a different experience. Really enjoyed it... more »


    Sep 2019

    Have yet to be disappointed.

    We first did the Boggo Road tour a good 5 years ago, while parts were shut down due to maintenance. Enjoyed it then and enjoyed it again this month with a very knowledge host who used to work there... more »

    michaela b

    Jul 2019

    Visited Toowong Cemetery

    Went to the ghost tour with a friend of mine. As always it was very good the tour lady we had, had lot of knowledge about Toowong Cemetery. I have been on other tours and never been disappointed in... more »

    Cathy C

    Jun 2019

    Crime & Justice Bus Tour

    I was fortunate enough to attend the crime & justice tour organised with the QPS Museum following the murder of Athol McCowan in 1952 in Currumbin. This was an enjoyable day out with other ‘crime... more »