A Maze 'n Games offers fun activities for the whole family to stimulate your relaxation. Lose yourself or the kids in one of Australia's largest timber mazes, relax & try a game of mini golf on our 18 hole mini golf course, or try & solve some of our large range of puzzles.
You can relax your mind inside our cafe with coffee and delicious, home-made cakes or light snacks. You could also enjoy our great BBQ facilities undercover while the kids explore the playgrounds. Enjoy browsing in our spacious shop, which has an extensive range of clever gifts for all ages; many are set up for you to try.
One of Australia's largest timber mazes consisting of 15,000 linear metres (15km) of timber, 630 posts, 22,000 nails and 200 nuts, bolts and screws.
The challenge of our maze is to find four flags of different colours. Once you have found all four flags, the next challenge is to find your way out!
Our maze is suitable for all ages, however we advise that young children be accompanied by an adult. If you should get totally lost in our maze or simply run out of time, we have emergency exits situated around the perimeter for quick escapes!
A large, 18 hole mini golf course for you to put your putting skills to the test. Our golf course includes a miniature maze as well as fun, interesting designs for each hole.
Puzzles & Games:
For that gift with a difference, or maybe a little something for yourself, why not browse through our range of puzzles and games, designed to stimulate your mind and give hours of fun.
You are sure to find something for everyone at any age in our A Maze 'n Games shop. Many puzzles and games are set up for you to try and test yourself, and our friendly staff will be eager to assist with any queries.
Birthday parties at A Maze 'n Games allow parents to sit back and relax while the birthday crew have fun and explore our facilities.
The children get the opportunity to go through the maze, play our 18 hole mini golf course, test out our display games and run in the playgrounds.
Party food consists of fairy bread, party pies, sausage rolls, mini hot dogs, frog in the pond sundaes and cordial. A birthday party table is set up which includes a table cloth, plates, cups, party hats and serviettes. An ice-cream birthday cake or novelty bags can also be provided at an additional cost.
This maze and the maze at A Maze 'n Things on Phillip Island were created by the same person and this one is older and supposedly more challenging. I can vouch for the older part because this place is much more rundown and old looking.
The main highlights are the huge wooden maze and mini-golf course. The kids stamp a card at at each coloured flagpole they find (four in total) which really helps to maintain their interest. The kids get a little prize like a bouncing ball or whistle if they get all four stamps. We found it reasonably easy to get the four stamps but getting out of the maze was an entirely different kettle of fish and the family motto of "Don't cheat" was put into jeopardy. Bring some water with you into the maze.
There is an old weather beaten playground with wooden platform, slide, steps and inclined walkways which hasn't seen a coat of paint in a lot of years. There is also a sandpit next to the playground.
The mini-golf course is very good with a lot of fun and interesting holes. There are a couple of games painted on concrete blocks but they are hard to play since the paint is so faint. Also a giant chess board. There is a big shelter for parties and some shaded and unshaded tables. The cafe has eight small square tables, chess board and tables with puzzles which your are free to play.
Overall this place represents pretty good family value, especially if you combine the maze with the mini-golf.