Fairy Park

4.3
  • Address: 2388 Ballan Rd, Anakie, Melbourne VIC 3213, Australia
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  • Phone: +61-352841262
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Tags: Park, Family And Kids, Point Of Interest

Overview of Fairy Park

Considered as one of the best things to do in Melbourne with kids the Fairy Park lies at a distance of one hour from the city. It boasts of a striking structure that resembles a castle, much to the delight of both kids and adults. Its inception dates back to the year 1959 by a German immigrant to Australia called Peter Mayer. Even today the park is managed and run by him and his family. Highlights of the park include- 22 Hand Crafted Animated Scenes, including Cinderella, Jack and the Beanstalk, and Goldilocks, Model Train display, 360° summit views from Elephant Rock at the top of Mt Anakie and a Camelot Playground.

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  • Fairy Park Address: 2388 Ballan Rd, Anakie, Melbourne VIC 3213, Australia
  • Fairy Park Contact Number: +61-352841262
  • Fairy Park Price: Free
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  • 95% of people who visit Anakie include Fairy Park in their plan

  • 31.25% of people start their Fairy Park visit around 08 AM - 09 AM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr to see Fairy Park

Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Fairy Park

People normally club together The Rock Adventure Centre and State Library Of Victoria while planning their visit to Fairy Park.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

Fairy Park Reviews & Ratings

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  • Pros: - Park is tidy and well maintained - The circuit layout of the attractions is efficiently designed - Nostalgic feel to seeing the many fairytale displays come to life - Beautiful views from the top - Playground and attractions kept our 2-year-old's attention - No crowd at 3pm Cons: -Drive from Melbourne >1 hour. Located in a fairy isolated area -Yield in terms of 'play time' not high: we spent 1.5h there; 1h walking through the attractions and 30min in the playground. Summary: This quaint attraction is well maintained and relies on the charms of old-school wizardry and storytelling to enchant youngsters (and adults). It's a relief to not taint such experiences with overt technology in the touch-screen era!

  • We went here on Sunday, our kids really enjoyed their time here. Lots of attractions and their playground is amazing. The staffs friendly and helpful, if only they provide more shelter and toilets it would be perfect. Will come back in the future

  • Had a 1 and 3 year old who loved it. Spent 2 hours easily walking around, could have been longer if it wasn't so hot. A few more places to sit would be handy but love the circuit and uniqueness.the playground is one of a kind.

  • We loved the park. Kids 20mo and 5yo enjoyed it a lot. Their [fast] food is okay. Gift shop has some interesting options (my boys still play with some dragons - one is stretchy and one has hatched from the egg). Staff in the shop and food kiosk barely speaks English and we managed to communicate non verbally.

  • We had a great day. The playground was wonderful. We didn't see the kids for over half an hour (we did hear them). The story scenes were well done with it's short story. The bbq areas were neat and clean

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