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TWISTS AND TURNS: There's something new and exciting around every corner at Bellingham Maze, including a new-look mini golf course.
TWISTS AND TURNS: There's something new and exciting around every corner at Bellingham Maze, including a new-look mini golf course.

WHERE can a family go on the Sunshine Coast for under $100 including lunch?

Bellingham Maze, that's where.

Stretch your mind as you stretch your legs at this well known Sunshine Coast iconic tourist attraction.

Get lost in the giant, living hedge maze - it's a great way to join the kids for some fun.

Find the tower in the middle of the maze, find the dwarfs along the way and complete the Harry Potter quiz for more fun.

After conquering the hedge maze, tackle the rope maze for a family relay challenge, then make it your mission to find the letters hidden at each dead end in the timber maze to complete the scrabble game.

Stop and relax in the garden cafe for a light lunch, real coffee, milkshakes or ice creams before a round of mini golf where the unique flat course has just been renovated.

Prices for a family of two adults and two children:

  • Mazes only: $59
  • Mazes and Mini Golf Combo: $79

WHAT'S INSIDE

When: Open 7 days, 9.30am-4.30pm (last admission 3.15pm)

Where: 247 Tanawha Tourist Drive #25, Tanawha

Details: It's a-maze-ing fun for all the family at Bellingham Maze with the 80m x 80m hedge maze, a timber maze, rope maze, tyre maze and brainteasing ground mazes; 18-hole mini golf course; magic waterfall entrance; and a relaxing garden cafe. All of this is set in a lush tropical rainforest environment. It's the place to enjoy some outdoor brainteasing fun these holidays.

Info: Phone 07 5445 2979 or see bellmaze.com

Topics:  bellingham maze, school holiday activities, whatson


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