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Open every day this week and the Anzac Long Weekend 9am until 5pm

A Maze’n Margaret River

Open 7 days a week 9 am until 5 pm Closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day & Good Friday New Years Day 11 am until 5 pm August: Normally closed, check website for details.
9978 Bussell Hwy, Margaret River WA 6285
Only 4 kilometres South of Margaret River, look for the flags on the right hand side of the road. Easy riding distance on the Wadandi walking Track from Boodjidup Road.
  • Cafe
  • Gift shop
  • Playground
  • Reverse Cycle Air-Conditioning
  • Snacks & drinks
  • BBQ
  • Child Friendly
    Child Friendly
  • Disabled Access
    Disabled Access
  • Outdoor Playground
    Outdoor Playground
  • Picnic Spot
    Picnic Spot

Welcome to one of the most unique experiences Margaret River has to offer!

A half hectare giant hedge maze, 18 hole mini golf and five hectares of stunning gardens with even more mazes, outdoor games and puzzles. A café for a rest in between activities. An adventure for all waiting to happen.

There is absolutely nothing else like this most intriguing place for hundreds, if not thousands of kilometres.

Margaret River's most A Maze'n attraction provides you with hours of entertainment and fun! The unique hedge maze is now 26 years old, over 3 metres high and one of the largest in Australia. 

You will also find:
  • 18 hole Amaze’n Mini Golf
  • Many other mazes, playground, outdoor games and puzzles  - giant chess, draughts, Jenga and many more
  • Five hectares of stunning landscaped gardens & beautiful walks - a welcome habitat for native skinks, birds and butterflies
  • Sheltered/shaded gas barbeques, shaded picnic area and tables with puzzles 
  • Air-conditioned/heated café for snacks, lunch, award-winning scones and coffee from Commonage Coffee Co
  • Secluded shaded garden seats and resting areas

All paths have been designed for easy pram and wheelchair access. 
Due to potential fire risk, there is a non-smoking policy on the property. 
Sorry – no pets or dogs allowed on the property. 

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Google Reviews

This place is a LOT of fun! From when you enter through the cafe and get greeted by friendly staff and pay for your ticket you go outside and they have games laid out everywhere. When you get to the maze its beautifully manicured hedges with cute little benches hidden inside aswell. When you succeed and get to the middle its great to see the maze from the top and then leaving the maze is also an adventure. There were cute little statues and gnomes and a large chess board which was fun and well placed under a shady tree. When we finished we went and had yummy ice cream in the cafe which was air conditioned (thankfully) great fun place! Fiona Clarke
What a lovely place for some quality family time. Beautiful gardens, a great maze and tough mini golf course. Pram friendly around the maze, helpful and friendly staff and a selection of food and drink also. Would recommend a visit to anyone. Christopher Fenton
Fantastic place with a giant maze which we were able to finish quicker than expected and kids had fun (2 and 5 y/o). Our family had a blast walking in their garden, playing the puzzles and other outdoor games available. The kids loved the playground too. We had afternoon tea at the cafe a scones and coffee were beautiful. ❤️ Jacq Paraguya
Have to visit. 5 mazes, plus the biggest Hedge Maze in WA. Value for money. Also has a variety of games for the family. 18 hole botanic golf. Plus beautiful botanic gardens. & Cafe with lovely friendly staff. Gillian O'Connor
Great place for the kids and the staff very friendly. The maze is extremely difficult. Good mini golf course. Beautiful botanical gardens to walk through Lucy Gallyot
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