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Bellingham Maze Tanawha

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Bellingham Maze
274 Tanawha Tourist Drive
Tanawha
QLD
4556
Tel: 07 5445 2979

Directions

Driving is recommended because public transport connections are difficult. They are at Tanawha Tourism Drive no. 25, in Tanawha, QLD.

Where are we going today?

Want to do something a-MAZE-ing with your family today?! Bellingham Maze might just be the place for you - it certainly will give you some challenges! 

Perfect for kids (and parents!) of all ages (young at heart still counts!) this maze features a very large star shaped living hedge maze. Find you way around and try and get out! We have faith in you!

There are quiz sheets with fun things to find in the maze, as well as a dwarf maze for those who don't want to tackle the big one just yet!

Fancy getting tangled up? There is a rope maze which is perfect fun for a group challenge, and tire yourself out in the tyre maze! (Did you like what we did there?)

Adults don't think you won't be challenged with these too!

Keen golfers there is a 2 par course which is set up for all ages and levels. Experienced golfers can practice getting that perfect putt for that hole in one. The bigger kids can challenge eat other to see who can get the best score, and because it's a 2 par course, even the little kids get to have fun with the tiny golf clubs!

If you still want a challenge, head on over to the brain-teasting metal and wooden puzzles on the tea house tables which you enjoy some refreshments....before you take a little car ride!

This fun family day out is set in a lush tropical Queensland rainforest environment, and close to other really fun attractions in the Sunshine Coast area.

A-MAZE-ing family fun!

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How much does it cost?

  • Adults$22.95 for Mazes and Mini Golf combo
  • Children$19.15 for Mazes and Mini Golf combo
LAST UPDATED 2014

When can we go?

School holidays 9:30am - 4:30pm 7 day. 10am - 4pm Friday to Monday during term time. Last admission

I'm Hungry!

Finding your way around the maze and playing mini golf can be thirsty work, so grab a coffee on the go to take into the maze or sit down and be treated to something from the range of refreshments in the Garden Cafe!.

Any Top Tips?

If you join the maze club not only will you receive a regular newsletter and great offers, but you will also be automatically added to their Birthday Club and recive a FREE maze entry and round of mini golf during the month of your birthday! How cool is that!.

Can I get one of those?

If you are feeling challenged, you can browse at the range of puzzles and unusual brain-teasing books on display. You can also find an fun range of toys that kids might want to buy with their own pocket money!.

What people are saying?

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    The maze itself was in poor condition. You could see through the hedges almost everywhere and at times this was confusing as we weren't sure if it was an actual path or not.

    However on the plus side all the mini-games were quite fun, the puzzles were great. My group spent longer than we probably should have trying to figure out the coloured tires.

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    Admittedly we had livingsocial vouchers which were very cheap but my family enjoyed the couple of hours spent at Bellingham. Scones were great, mini golf challenging, ropes maze was fun, Hedge maze although a little thin in part kept us amused for half an hour or so. Signs posted everywhere explaining that revegetation was underway and hedges don't grow overnight. And the staff at the coffee shop were lovely. Worth a visit especially if you can get a good deal online.

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    It could have been sooo good. Just old, unkempt and surely those birds need more trees in their avairy. Staff weren't very happy or helpful when we were there. Not worth paying full price - check livingsocial if you're still keen.

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    Visited as activity for family of four on holiday. Customer service was unfriendly and unhelpful, were unwilling to do family rates as eldest child was older than family group signage indicated. Staff were unhelpful and dismissive, saying we were not needed as customers after simply trying to discuss family entry. Needless to say, left immediately and did not miss the experience. Do not recommend to anyone, although we didn't see the maze itself from the exterior it was run down and limited in scope.

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    The puzzels were fun and enjoyable.
    The Maze itself was a little different than the pic. As from waist down its just stick not shrub.

    Putt putt was well just on an old basketball court.

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