• Parks & Mazes

Boranup Forest Maze

Open 7 days a week 5am - 8pm
  • Child Friendly
    Child Friendly
  • Children's Attraction
    Children's Attraction
  • Sunny Day
    Sunny Day

Head down Caves Road, through some of the finest tall forest and farmland in the South West and discover the Boranup Forest Maze, nestled on the edge of the Boranup Forest.

Come and try the mindful maze meditation.

Great chance to stretch the legs and lose the kids in the maze's hedges.

A leisurely 30 minute drive through the forest and farmland from Margaret River and 20 minutes from Augusta .

Stretch your legs and experiencing the forest trail atmosphere of the maze which is grown from native and exotic shrubs. Flowering in Spring you can collect seed for your own garden.  

Admission is $5 per adult and $2 per child.

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Google Reviews

It's a bit of fun to get out and stretch your legs for 5 minutes, but that's really about all. The maze itself isn't overly challenging but does exercise the kids (if you want to confuse them there's short cuts built in so you can get ahead of them). Across the carpark from the toilets is a picnic table and I found the remnants of a formed camp fire. It's quite a shame that many of the plants from the maze have gone on to become weeds in the surrounding bushland. Neil Booth
I think everyone on here is being rather rude.. perhaps because they expected more.. Although it says you should pay, there is literally nobody forcing you as its a donation (although all 8 of us made sure we paid). It's clearly made out of someones love for mazes and as a hobby so I think it was really well set up! With that being said, it is true that you'll probably spend around 10 mins there but damn I thought this carved log was pretty damn cool so 🤩 Azarelle Naidu
Goodbto get out n stretch legs for 5mins Barry V
Good maze, was very small. Maybe a bit prices but very quite which was nice. Nathaniel Barry
The only reason for the 4 stars instead of 5 is because of how much it cost. $5 per adult and $2 per child. We spent maybe 10 mins there. We were the only people there at all. You drop your money in a or you can pay online. The maze was lovely and we enjoyed it, but it definitely was over priced. Bear in mind that I don't know what it takes to maintain something like this, but I felt it was crazy expensive. Tanya van der Merwe
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