Abingdon Miniature Village, Barragup

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Address: 24 Husband Rd, Barragup WA 6209, Australia

Phone: +61-895951299

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Timings: 09:30 am - 04:30 pm Details

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About Abingdon Miniature Village, Barragup

Formerly known as Abingdon Miniature Village, Amaze Miniature Park is the place you would surely love to visit if you are in Barragup. This beautiful park is home to various replicas of miniature English buildings and railways. The park is spread over four acres of manicured gardens walking through which is stepping back in time. As you take a stroll in the garden, you will come across an ornamental lake, miniature diesel trains, canals, locks, and an old inhabited town. To add more fun, you can do all this while enjoying an ice cream or sipping some coffee. Coming here with kids? They will have a lot to do with the playground and water slides. Are you into golf? Then the 12 hole miniature golf course is a must try for you.

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How To reach Abingdon Miniature Village by Public Transport

  • Bus 600, 604, and 605 to stop- Pinjarra Rd After Husband Rd

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Abingdon Miniature Village, Barragup Reviews

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  • Great little spot, the upkeep on the gardens is fantastic! The mini golf course could use a little TLC but for the price you can't complain! The trains were definitely the highlight for me!

  • Beautifully well kept gardens. The miniature buildings are showing signs of neglect and the maze isn't really a maze, you can literally just walk straight without getting at all lost.

  • MOSQUITOES EVERYWHERE! Very disappointed to be swatting at and checking for mozzies every few seconds. Couldn't do the mini golf or mazes. We only spent 15 mins there and in that time we killed in excess of 25 mozzies and received several bites between 2 of us. They SELL repellent there, which I thought was a bit rich, should be offered to patrons on their way in for free. Owners need to invest in some commercial bug zappers or water pellets to stop breeding as there is heaps of stagnant / slow moving water in the park. I complained on my way out and was told "it's like this all through Mandurah" however we are currently staying in Mandurah and I haven't seen a single mozzie in our resort. Very disappointed, really wanted to enjoy all the attractions.

  • Wonderful place to visit and have a spot of lunch or afternoon tea. Plenty of seats for those of us who can't walk far. An absolute delight x♥

  • A fun hedge maze, mini golf, well kept garden, miniature village and model trains that run. A great place to visit and spend some time outside.

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