Wandiligong Maze And Cafe

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  • Address: White Star Rd, Wandiligong VIC 3744, Australia , Bright
  • Timings: 24-hrs Details
  • Phone: +61-357501311
  • Tags: Garden, Family And Kids

About Wandiligong Maze And Cafe, Bright

Be ready to get dazzled at the Wandiligong Maze in Bright where gardens, heritage roses and delectable dishes are awaiting your arrival. Wandiligong is Australia's largest living hedge maze with 2km of pathways, surrounded by gardens. Visitors can also unwind at the Rustic Rotunda Giganta which was constructed from salvaged Australian timbers and have a good time at the National Trust Classified Wandiligong township and valley. The famous Alpine Park is located just 100 metres from this place. People can also take a leisurely stroll to the Oriental Crossing Bridge and see Morses Creek when they visit the garden.

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  • 95% of people who visit Bright include Wandiligong Maze And Cafe in their plan

  • 86.14% of people start their Wandiligong Maze And Cafe visit around 09 AM

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  • This is a unique treasure in most beautiful surroundings tucked away on acreage in a hamlet of God's country in Victoria's Alpine region. Nestled in amongst beautiful gardens is a maze,mini golf course,a large rotunda and an eatery with a variety of hot and cold drinks. I love their scones,fresh,warm with jam and cream.They have a variety of cakes with a huge cream sponge that looks scrumptious and oh so temping. You are offered a light lunch and can sit outside in the sunshine when appropriate plus there are plenty of indoor tables and chairs. A great place for any age to enjoy the activities,wander in the gorgeous gardens and have a drink with something yummy to eat. Staff are very friendly and also have so much knowledge of Bright and it's surroundings.I found that extremely helpful for tourists.

  • Good maze, was a bit too easy if you kept in mind that the exit was near the entry. Didn’t try any of their foods or drinks but the gardens were okay but they do need a little cleanup. The maze itself had a few tripping hazards like watering pipes exposed and a few odd branches poking out into the path. It’s not too dark in there but it is certainly cold. Overall good fun but not really worth the prices.

  • Fabulous experience with the family. We all did the maze, and the kids played mini golf afterwards. We had drinks and snacks from the cafe, which were lovely, and the service was friendly and prompt. There were lots of families enjoying the facilities on a beautiful Autumn day, and the cafe and maze are surrounded by gorgeous garden beds and well established large trees, which provided generous shade. I would highly recommend this experience, as a great option during the school holidays.

  • I visited the maze today with my daughter and 5 grandchildren plus a friend who had 2 children.Once we got into the maze we found it very difficult to navigate with the prams eventually the 2 mothers leaving the maze. lots of black piping running above ground which was a safety hazard with both 4 year old continually tripping over as well as fallen tree branches. i would advise the operators to close the maze for a short period to get in and clean up all the debris and open up the trails.The older children ( 4-7) enjoyed the experience especially the chocolate mousse and milkshakes. My daughter and I had 2 delicious scones with jam and cream. I hope the operators read the reviews given and take on board the feedback.

  • Nice cafe and food. Gardens and maze need a lot more upkeep. Lovely for kids. So much potential.

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