Whether you are looking for an action-packed day of physical activities or prefer a slower pace to relax and enjoy the mazes and gardens, we have something for everyone. Gather your crew, pack your picnic and come and start your enchanted adventure!
Check out all the activities below that are included in your General Admission ticket.
Allow 2-3 hours to explore them all during your visit.
3 to 17
There are several magical mazes to explore across the park. Featuring unique topiary, sculptures, puzzles and more, find something new at every twist and turn!
Our Original Hedge Maze is well, the OG. Be sure to find the Japanese garden in the centre and be prepared for a few surprises as you make your way through.
The Turf Maze features our resident Loch Ness Monster, affectionately nicknamed Nessie. A giant immaculately sculpted topiary creature, she is a firm favourite amongst our guests.
Move a little further down the hill and you will find the Children’s Maze, especially designed for kids (and those big kids at heart!) to stop and play. Here you’ll find a series of themed gardens full of charm that will capture the imagination of all. Life-sized Snakes & Ladders, a sand pit, cubby house, fairy garden and more, oh my!
Walk along the boardwalk around our stunning Enchanted Lake and you will see the newest of our hedge mazes, complete with a locally designed viewing platform.
Look out across the thriving succulent gardens and soak in the beauty of the native plants and trees. From this platform, you can also call out directions to those lost in the maze below!
They’re fast, furious and plenty of fun! Tube Sliding is one of the most popular activities at the park. It’s like a snow-free ski run, where you use brightly coloured tubes to slide down the slope.
There’s six slides to choose from: 2 Big Twisters, 3 Straight Giants & 1 Kids Only slide, the choice is yours!
Family and friends can relax and soak up the hinterland views at one of our picnic tables below whilst watching the fun on the slopes unfold.
Suitable for children 3 years and up. Children under 5 years old must ride with an adult. The Kids Only Slide is only suitable for children under 135cm who wish to ride alone.
Stroll and sway on our skyward walkway!
Made up of multiple gently swinging bridges suspended amongst the treetops, enjoy the views and tranquility of the surrounding native bushland.
Pram and wheelchair friendly, this is suitable for all age groups and offers a great alternative to those unable to do the other tree-top activities.
Our latest attraction the ‘Sky Scramble’, is an aerial playground in the sky and has to be seen to be believed! This gigantic wooden structure sits up to 10 metres in the trees and offers a series of obstacles and challenges to overcome. Scramble through the cargo nets, clamber over the Tibetan bridge, take a bounce in the ball pit and test your nerves on the wobbly wooden bridges. Catch your breath in the cubby house before shooting down one of the super speedy slides!
For our smaller guests, we have a miniature Bush Scramble in the same area with a scramble net and stepping stone obstacle course. Perfect for those little adventurers who may still need some assistance!
With picnic tables & seating areas to take a break in, watch the kids burn off any leftover energy up above you.
This activity is suitable for children under 135cm only – adults are not permitted on the Sky Scramble.
These giant mind-bending puzzles are great for adults and children alike. Designed to get you moving & thinking at the same time, they will tie you in knots of all sorts.
A must if you love a fun & puzzling challenge with your adventures!
Meander through our magical gardens and parklands to discover a world of giant wood sculpture carvings, elegant topiary, hand-made glass sculptures and wrought ironwork.
Works from our Artist in Residence program over the years have enchanted guests and garden enthusiasts alike. With installations created by a series of gifted artists, these sculptures take the form of fantasy and life-like to a whole new level! Creatures made from relief hedge topiary, indigenous painted wood totems, stone and marble works are just a handful of what you’ll find across the 25-acre park!