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Fairy Park
2388 Geelong-Ballan Road
Anakie
VIC
3213
Tel: 03 5284 1262

Where are we going today?

Everyone LOVES a good fairy tale, so what better than a family friendly theme park that is ALL about the story telling of fairy tales, legends and ancient myths!

Fairy Park has been running for three generations, and transformed a spectacular rocky hilltop into a truly unique place for family and kids.

There are three main areas within Fairy Park - and each one just as magical! Fairytale Land, Camelot Playground, and the Elephant Rock Picnic Grounds.

Camelot Adventure Playground is the place where the kids can become that knight or princess they always wanted to! There are secret passages to explore, and tunnel mazes to complete. It's a real life medieval playground!

Kids can creep through the darkest dungeons, and climb daring towers, but beware of Merlin and his magic tricks!

Fairytale Lane is where you can follow the yellow brick road and explore those fabled tales and characters. From Red Riding Hood, Pinocchio, to Aladdin, you can spend your day with castles, cottages, and caves!

There are even 22 handcrafted scenes that all come to life at the touch of a button!

For those train buffs in the family, the hilltop Castle incorporated a great big model train set, as well as a train museum with some rare artifacts too!

Those little ones can enjoy mini kiddie thrills of their own with the old fashioned rides just for them.

Great, magical and storytelling fun at Fairy Park! Who will you be for the day?

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How much does it cost?

  • Adults$16
  • Children$8 (Ages 3 to 13)
  • Free Under: 3 years
LAST UPDATED 2015

When can we go?

10am-5pm

Open all year round

Teachers corner

They invite your students to Discover The Magic and unlock the enchantment that fairy tales hold. Suitable for young ones through to year 6 and secondary school language students. .

I'm Hungry!

You can fill those tummies with their great fresh coffee, sandwiches, fish & chips, hot dogs, wedges, and other tasty meals! Not open during regular school weekdays. Open weekends, school holidays and public holidays..

Healthy Eating!

Why not pack a picnic and enjoy your healthy lunch at the Elephant Rock Picnic Gardens? There are electric BBQs and free parking!.

Any Top Tips?

Make sure you wear proper footwear to have a comfortable day!.

Need a little extra help?

If you have special needs, just speak to Guest Services when you arrive about how they can help, and the attractions best for you.

Baby Facilities

Baby change available in the ladies toilets..

Can I get one of those?

There is a great assortment of affordable fantasy and mystical items in their gift shop. Fairies, dragons, wizards, princess and pirate stuff for sale. Open weekends, school holidays & long weekends..

More information

There is no admission after 4pm, and the gates shut at 5pm sharp..

What people are saying?

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    My little 3 year old angel had a ball and loved it, even though it was cold and wet. Was not that cheap but it was well worth it. Will definitely visit again when in Victoria.

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    It's quite a nice park that if you have young kids. Definitely worth a visit for kids.

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    The park was a real surprise, I was expecting this to be really tired and run down. Displays are still quite captivating and you can see the amount of work and love that has gone into the different fairy tale themes.

    Like other reviews, I have mixed feelings about the entrance staff member. Instead of being at the base where the ticket office is, you need to drive halfway up to the persons house where you are greeted and charged for entry - he's friendly enough but insists on no EFTPOS, cash only (which doesn't help people like me in the 21st...Read More

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    I was ok but my mum wanted to pay with card but the man said that he does not want to do it because he does not like the idea so lazy custmor sevice

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    Havnt gone yet going tommorow hope its fun was it good?

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by Travis Markwick

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The park was a real surprise, I was expecting this to be really tired and run down. Displays are still quite captivating and you can see the amount of work and love that has gone into the different fairy tale themes.

Like other reviews, I have mixed feelings about the entrance staff member. Instead of being at the base where the ticket office is, you need to drive halfway up to the persons house where you are greeted and charged for entry - he's friendly enough but insists on no EFTPOS, cash only (which doesn't help people like me in the 21st century and rarely carry cash).

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