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Yallingup Maze

Open Everyday 9:30am - 4:30pm
AUD $14 - $16
3059 Caves Rd, Yallingup WA 6282
Yallingup Maze is on Caves Road, the main tourist route in the Region. 25 minute drive from Margaret River (31 kms) 15 minute drive from Dunsborough (16 kms) 7 minute drive from Yallingup Hall (7 kms) 40 minute drive from Busselton (39 kms)
  • Cafe
  • Gift shop
  • Playground
  • Reverse Cycle Air-Conditioning
  • Snacks & drinks
  • Child Friendly
    Child Friendly
  • Open for Business
    Open for Business
  • Outdoor Playground
    Outdoor Playground
  • Takeaway

Welcome to Yallingup Maze, the only timber maze in the Margaret River region. They have outdoor mazes, nature play areas, an extensive puzzle shop and café. Yallingup Maze is the perfect place where everyone can have fun.

Explore, expand the mind and exercise the body.

The Maze 
The ultimate goal is to find the four corner towers. Choose your challenge to be easy, medium or hard. 

Comprising of 40 x 40 metres in area, 5 towers 4 interlinking bridges. The timber panels are reconfigured to a completely different maze 4 times a year. There is painted artwork to selected panels and a series of questions for younger maze goers.
  • Emergency exit from central bridge.
  • Pram & wheelchair friendly.
  • Average time to complete 30 minutes.

Puzzle Shop
Offering a huge selection of puzzles and games that have been hand-selected by  the owners.  Wooden puzzles, string puzzles, metal puzzles, brainteasers, card games, toys, jigsaw puzzles. Stocking the latest family board games and the old classics.

Puzzle Cafe
Large indoor cafe with a selection of games to entertain whilst you play with the many wooden puzzles on offer. Large out door seating area licensed to sell beer and wine. Pizzas, burgers, smoothies, fresh juices and coffee! Daily specials, home made cakes and biscuits.

Google Reviews

It’s a must visit place if you want your kids to enjoy the outdoors. Has a good cafe for coffee and food as well. Although the prices of some of the items are a bit on the higher side but worth it. Jagmeet Singh
Great place for the family. Cafe at the front and playground for those not interested in the Maze challenge. Children under 5 is free entry to the maze. Overall nice day out for the family Andrew Nguyen
Fun stop. The maze was quirky with a challenging secret door. Staff were incredibly friendly. It was great to be able to explore the puzzles available on the tables while enjoying a good coffee. The scones looked amazing! Great to see the First Nation people acknowledged and appreciated opportunity to learn some Noongar language. Jo Jarvis
Fun place for family and friends... there are things to do inside the room even not going to the maze. All about brain storming puzzle and good for thinker. Very recommended place. Reasonable entry fee for maze and it's really challenging for first timer. Parking is very spacious. Recommended to do early morning or late otherwise it will be too hot. J H
So much fun! The maze itself is challenging but rewarding, there are plenty of activities outside of the maze to do and the staff were super friendly and helpful. Fun for all the family. Alexander King
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