Boranup Forest Maze

Star 3.8 (90 Google reviews)

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.

Location

Boranup Forest Maze

6 Maze Rd, Karridale WA 6288, Australia

Reviews

Star 3.8 (90 Google reviews)
Neil Booth 07 July 2021

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.

Mo Zaatar 26 December 2018

A great small place to have fun at. It is a small maze that children can play and fix it within 1/2 hour max. There isn entry fees $5 for adult and 2 for per kid. No admission office, it’s just a little box. There is a small picnic area and bathroom as well

Kushal Goonewardena 06 August 2022

Refreshing and mindful. It wasn't a long maze but the kids found it challenging and fun. Totally worth the visit.

Hamish White 08 December 2021

Top quality maze. Would recommend to a friend. Had an amazing time running around this with the kids. The array of native fauna uses in the maze is wonderful. I’ve taken multiple friends and their kids here and they love it every time. Got to might the man who owns the maze and he’s a lovely chap also. Apparently he’s quite well known and somewhat of a local legend around the Augusta Margaret river region. If you get the chance, I would thoroughly recommend giving it a go!!!