It's all good though. The Adelaide Zombie Walk, traditionally held in Rymill Park, will be picking up their limbs and moving to Elder Park in 2016. The O-Bahn development means that this year, Rymill Park will be a zombie no-go zone.
As always, the event is 100% free and the Adelaide Zombie Walk is a registered not for profit organisation.
Last year, there were more than 15,000 partying zombies who got together and helped raise much-needed funds for Foodbank SA. In 2015, Foodbank South Australia provided enough food for more than 3,400,000 meals.
Foodbank SA is the largest hunger relief organisation in South Australia. They provide support to community organisations and schools all across South Australia.
So, come along again in 2016. It's a whole new route, a whole new vibe but with the same old values - helping those to help those who need it. Just $10 in the form of a food or gold coin donation or a wristband purchase can make an incredible difference.
For $10, you can purchase a special Foodbank SA wristband. Zombies must have one of these to be eligible to enter the Best Dressed competitions. All money raised from the sale of the purple wristbands go directly to Foodbank SA.
Foodbank SA will be centrally positioned in the Rotunda at Elder Park. Donations will be gratefully received there for the entire duration of the Zombie Walk.