The Yallingup Maze, found on Caves Road, is a fun filled family attraction – rain, hail or shine!
At Yallingup Maze you’ll find something for everyone – toddlers, children, teenagers and adults. Visitors are welcome to come by for a coffee at the cafe and use the free activities – a playground, nature play area and more. There is an entry fee payable to enter the huge wooden maze. Once you have paid, you can enter as many times as you like.
The wooden maze is massive, with hidden doors, towers, stairs and bridges. The challenge is to reach all four numbered towers, which is difficult enough – try reaching the towers in number order! The wooden pathways all look the same and it’s easy to get very lost. There are also tasks to complete, like find painted murals hidden in the maze.
It certainly is a puzzling maze. We all got lost plenty of times and we went round and round in circles too. If you visit in summer I would recommend you take a hat, sunscreen and water with you – you may be in there some time!
If you visit on a rainy day, you can still enjoy the café, which serves Yahava coffee, soft drinks and is also licenced with local wines and craft beers. On their menu there’s a mix of both healthy and treat food which is locally made. Each table has some mind boggling puzzles to keep the kids and adults entertained and there are lots of board games too!
The café is air conditioned, there are high chairs and change table facilities. Outside there is more seating next to the playground, sandpit and bouncy castle (bounce by gold coin charity donation). There’s also more games, like a giant jenga.
Wander down the steps to the “old bendy tree” and you’ll find more puzzles, mini mazes and nature play.
There’s lots of nature play with some fun tree stump stepping stones and the big kids will love to climb on the massive sideways growing tree.
The kids can run free around the huge area, a lot of which is shaded and make bush cubby houses out of sticks and leaves.
Yallingup Maze is a fun way to spend a couple of hours in the Margaret River region. The kids will absolutely have a ball, and you may even loose them in the Maze for a bit (like I did – whoops!). And if you think you’ve “been there, done that”, think again! The tricky people at Yallingup Maze often reconfigure the layout, so if you think you’ve cracked it – you’re wrong!
FREE 4 years and under
$12.50pp Children & Teens (5-18yrs)
$50Family Pass (Family of Four)
The maze is open every day from 9:30am to 4:30pm
3059 Caves Road, Yallingup, Western Australia 6282 Phone: (08) 9756 6500
For more information visit www.yallingupmaze.com.au
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