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All reviews gift shop lots of fun all ages whole family we spent hours fun place couple of hours scones cradle mountain attention to detail kids and adults plenty of parking my partner every corner lower crackpot pancake parlour main maze
I have been to Lower Crackpot before and thoroughly enjoyed our visits still a fantastic day out for anyone but dont plan on eating there $7.00 for a toasted sandwich a slice of cheese you couldn't see let alone taste one piece of tomatoe no...More
We visited with our 3 kids aged 8, 7 and 4 on the way to Launceston from Cradle Mountain on a glorious sunny day. We all enjoyed it. The 5 or so mazes provided great entertainment and a challenge for the kids - the built...More
Arrived with 6 kids and 5 adults. initially it seemed expensive at $176 for the 11 of us to explore. Once inside the care and detail of the mazes changed our view. The kids and adults alike had a ball and spent time trying to...More
Really nice hedges, lots of work done here. Nice shady great maze to get lost in and other mazes that are a bit more tricky.
Had trouble getting the pram through a few places but no one said anything when we walked in with pram,...More
This was a hidden gem. We were not expecting to go here on our trip to Tasmania. It was expensive to enter. $70 for a family of 3 but we had a great time. Lots of quirky mazes and some great miniature villages.
We travelled out of the way to attend this attraction. It met our expectations however I did think it would have been better than it was for all the advertising dollars spent.
The highlight was the replica embassies and the mazes would prove fun however...More
The kids loved Tasmania and the mazes are very well kept and well thought out BUT I think the price is quite steep for what it is and not comparable to other similar mazes. Once you have made the trip to go there as kids...More
The name alone was enough for us to seek this place out. It’s kind of in the middle of nowhere. But well worth the drive. It’s about an hour from Deloraine. We arrived mid morning. It wasn’t busy. Entry for the 6 of us was...More