amaze Miniature Park

Amaze Miniature Park is located 5 minutes from central Mandurah and approximately 50 minutes from the Perth CBD.

amaze Miniature Park

Those who remember it as the former Abingdon Miniature Village you won’t be disappointed as the same love for the place is still there.

amaze Miniature Park

The hedge maze is just as tedious as I remember with my 3 children, all under the age of 8 finding a way out before myself and my husband.

amaze Miniature Park

amaze Miniature Park

There is also the foot maze, this one a little easier but still a lot of fun watching the little ones run around trying to be the first one to solve the puzzle.

amaze Miniature Park

At Amaze Miniature Park you can partake in a round of mini golf which is included in the entry price. 12 holes and surprisingly challenging. I did win but with a score of 58! Different sized clubs for adults and children certainly helped with teaching them how to putt.

amaze Miniature Park

One of the main attractions of Amaze Miniature Park are the many miniature villages around pristine gardens. Each with a little story to tell. Many of the models are exact replicas of well known historic buildings from Abingdon Village, parts of the United Kingdom and Germany.  The detail of these little places is spot on.

amaze Miniature Park
amaze Miniature Park
amaze Miniature Park

The highlight of the day though was certainly the miniature trains. On miniature tracks and perfect sound effects, the kids wanted a “ride”. Not the easiest to explain to a 3 year old she didn’t fit. Especially when she saw the Thomas train.

amaze Miniature Park

There is also a playground for the kids next to the main grassed area. Plenty of trees and a shade sail to keep the sun off their skin, the perfect place to sit down for a picnic lunch.

amaze Miniature Park
amaze Miniature Park

There was also an undercover area with benches to sit down and eat.

amaze Miniature Park

Toilets were onsite. All were kept clean and a baby change area is available.

Limited snacks and drinks were available so I recommend taking a packed lunch or popping across the road to Decadent C’s for lunch.

Entry prices which include mazes, miniature village, playground and golf:
Adults – $14.00
Senior Card holders – $13.00
Children – $12.00
Children 2 and under no charge
They also cater for groups and tours

Opening days and hours are
Monday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday 10:00 – 4:30 (with last entry at 4:00)
Amaze Miniature Park does close for winter so please check their website for dates.

amaze Miniature Park

Contact details
24 Husband Road
Barragup, WA, 6209
Ph: (08) 9595-1299

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About Nicola Alexander

Nicola Alexander is a mother of 3. She is a Manager in retail, working full time whilst her husband is a stay at home dad. A role reversal that suits them both. She enjoys baking and has quite the talent for cakes. When she has time to relax she enjoys cocktails and nibbles whilst playing the PS4 with her husband. Just don't tell him she's better than him.

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