Zombie brides, zombie doctors and nurses, zombie strippers and zombie Santas were popular at this year's walk.photos from ABC News by Giulio Saggin
Zombie Darth Vader, zombie Where's Wally, and even zombie Hunter S Thompson turned out at the walk, which raised money for the Brain Foundation.
First-time lurcher Lara Shprem said the walk was more than just a fun day out for her.
"The charity is apt and ironic and funny, but it also has personal meaning for me," she said.
"My Mum's suffering from brain lesions so we're hoping to raise heaps of money. It may not help my Mum but it will help other people facing similar issues."
Organiser Cara Westworth said she was happy with how things went, and was looking forward to next year's walk.
Police said the zombie walkers were well-behaved and there were no problems reported.
The earliest recorded zombie walk was held in California in 2001, and have become popular since through the rise in zombie-related video games and movies.
One day, a real zombie might appear and infect the others for real!