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Amazement
170 Yarramalong Road
Wyong Creek
Wyong Creek
NSW
2259
Tel: 02 43539900

Directions

If you are coming from the South, take the Wyong exit off the F3, and turn left onto Old Maitland Rd. After about 5km turn left again onto Yarramalong Rd and Amazement will be just on the left, after about 1km.

If you are coming from the North, take the Sparks Rd exit just north of Wyong, and turn right, before turning left onto Hue Hue Rd. Follow Hue Hue Rd to the end (about 9km) then turn right into Yarramalong Rd. They will just be on the left after about 1.5km.

Where are we going today?

Games, mazes, sandpits, and farm animals...all in the one place? How fun! Amazement is a very family friendly experience with SO many fun things to do for kids!

The most popular attraction here are the mazes - there are 3 challenging mazes for you to get lost in, and then try and find your way out! Do you think you have what it takes?

While you're in there, enjoy some of their maze activity games.  Have a winding time on the Rope Maze Activity Game, or try lady luck on your Finger Fortune Maze Activity Game!

Want to walk on the wild side? Take a wild wood walk! What kind of nature can you spot out there?

Love animals? So do we! Then you will love getting up close to their friendly farm animals - sheep, ponies, even alpacas are waiting for you to go and play with them! There are certain times you can hold and cuddle certain animals, and even sheep races to watch!

Parents, think the games are just for the kids? Think again! Sack races, egg & spoon races and 3 legged races (we know they are your favourite!) are held where the whole family can get involved!

If that exhausts you, you can relax whilst the kids play, climb and jump on the playground area complete with a sandpit, swings, trampoline and a cubbyhouse, and zoom around the mini bike track!

Afterwards, if they STILL have energy, there is a games courtyard where they can challenge themselves, and others, to badminton, cricket, volleyball, basketball, soccer and even giant checkers!

There are also beautiful gardens to walk through!

A family farm favourite. 

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How much does it cost?

  • Adults$16
  • Children$12 (ages 3 - 16)
  • Free Under: 3 years old
LAST UPDATED 2014

When can we go?

10am-4pm (cafe open 8:30am - 4pm)

Open all year round. Open Thursday to Sunday, except during school holidays and on public holidays

I'm Hungry!

Pack your very own family picnic to enjoy, or visit the cafes on site for delicious home country style cafe! They serve breakfast, morning and afternoon tea, lunch and most importantly - desserts! They also serve yummy drinks like milkshakes as well as coffee, tea and Devonshire Teas. .

Healthy Eating!

The Big Barn Games cafe has Gluten free choices available, and they also cater to young children. .

Any Top Tips?

If you love it so much and want to stay in the area, they have farm stays where you can stay overnight!.

What people are saying?

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    My husband and i took our son, mother and our Neice to this amazingly
    appalling place to say the least......
    We paid $60.00 and i can honestly say if the money was actually going to these poor animals for care and maintenance i would have given more.
    Its clearly not.The two Australian Emus were the worst i have seen yet.Once we actually located them, one would not even move and the other was in a terrible mess with lot of its feathers gone and starving.(i actually gave it my sons biscuits)
    The sheep were in huge need of sheering which i'm sure...Read More

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    Food was a little over processed. Multiple spelling mistakes on website and on site.
    Staff seemed stressed.
    Kids had a good time.

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    A great place for the family. My little boys loved it

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    What a wonderful day we've just had at Amazement. We don't have any kids... just us two big kids. When we arrived we were greeted by a cockatoo that's older than me. We started with the sheep racing. Hilarity ensued! Three sheep with stuffed toys on their backs racing each other to the finishing line. We then had lunch... cheeseburger and a chocolate milkshake. Great food and great service. While we waited for our food we played a board game - Naughts and Crosses. Sitting in the sunshine playing that game it was really enjoyable. Instantly I felt...Read More

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    Yeah....this place is crap if you're interested in mazes. The mazes are half finished, too simple and overpriced. It's a glorified farm.

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by cassy toms

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My husband and i took our son, mother and our Neice to this amazingly
appalling place to say the least......
We paid $60.00 and i can honestly say if the money was actually going to these poor animals for care and maintenance i would have given more.
Its clearly not.The two Australian Emus were the worst i have seen yet.Once we actually located them, one would not even move and the other was in a terrible mess with lot of its feathers gone and starving.(i actually gave it my sons biscuits)
The sheep were in huge need of sheering which i'm sure my family's admission alone would be able to pay for shearing but is clearly getting spent elsewhere...
I find this a real shame we had all been looking forward to a lovely day after seeing your pictures online which look nothing like the land itself.Some of the pictures online don't exist in real life. False Advertising.
We lasted 40min and left.
Sorry owners your park was barely worth a gold coin donation....Please look after these animals better.
Would not recommend this place to anyone and will be reported to RSPCA next.

The sand was terrible in the sand pit and all your toy cars etc where mostly broken.

by Samantha Banfield

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What a wonderful day we've just had at Amazement. We don't have any kids... just us two big kids. When we arrived we were greeted by a cockatoo that's older than me. We started with the sheep racing. Hilarity ensued! Three sheep with stuffed toys on their backs racing each other to the finishing line. We then had lunch... cheeseburger and a chocolate milkshake. Great food and great service. While we waited for our food we played a board game - Naughts and Crosses. Sitting in the sunshine playing that game it was really enjoyable. Instantly I felt fantastic. We get caught up in such a busy world... all our fancy electronics - life used to be so simple with fun simple things to make people smile. We then encountered one of the mazes. There is one other maze for kids. But with new management I can see that they are working on improving Amazement. We had such fun holding bunnies. It's all about getting back to the simple things in life as well as peace within ourselves. Great picnic areas for families. You can also get hands on with the ponies and llamas. We also had a couple of games of snooker. There were a few balls missing, the table need resurfacing and the cues need their tips replaced but we still had fun. The place has great potential!

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