- Gift shop
- Reverse Cycle Air-Conditioning
- Snacks & drinks
Welcome to Yallingup Maze, the only timber maze in the Margaret River region. 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.
- Emergency exit from central bridge.
- Pram & wheelchair friendly.
- Average time to complete 30 minutes.
Large indoor cafe with a huge selection of games to play. Outdoor seating area licensed to sell beer and wine. Light snacks, homemade soups, hot dogs, fresh scones, milkshakes, biscuits, raw treats, cakes, teas & coffee!
Top Ten: Spring School HolidaysKeep the kids happy this spring How lucky are we in Western Australia, being able to send our kids to school and have a holiday – so many Aussie families are still home schooling and staying home. The best spring holiday adventures are outdoors, so Lizzy Pepper has curated some of her favouri...
Reasons To Rug UpA round-up of new ways to experience the region this winter. The Margaret River Region is brimming with incredible winter experiences – from wine tastings nestled in cellar doors to outdoor adventures starring raincoats and gumboots. Here’s a taste of the best to get you inspired this chilly season. ...
Family Fun10 Family-Friendly Experiences Under $100 School holidays are just around the corner, it’s time to start planning some family-fun in the Margaret River Region. Here are ten awesome activities the whole family can enjoy for under $100. ...
Family friendly Dunsborough & Yallingup Dunsborough is a favourite holiday destination for more reasons than you can count. For those of you that have been returning for the annual family trip since you were knee high to a grasshopper: yes, it has changed. But only ever so slightly. There are now a few more dining options,...
Your Ultimate Spring Bucket List30 Days and 30 Ways. Our top 30 spring bucket list experiences in the Margaret River Region There’s never been a better time to tick something off your Margaret River Region bucket list. See a side of WA you’ve never seen and support tourism operators who are doing it tough with a Wand...