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Fairy Park

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Published April 3rd 2013
Best place for young kids and the young at heart
www.fairypark.com.au


If you want to take your kids to something so magical and different these school holidays, Fairy Park is the place to go.

Fairy Park is dedicated to the storytelling of old tales such as Jack and the Beanstalk, Little Red Riding Hood, Pinocchio and more. They have wonderful made displays which are just so gorgeous and something the kids will treasure forever.

Walking around Fairy Park you'll fall in love with the olden style walking tracks, drawbridges and stone walls. It feels as if you're in a fairytale book yourself.

All of the displays come to life with a press of button, leaving the kids giggling and clapping with excitement.

For the train lovers, there is a model train exhibit outdoors for all to see.

Head up to Elephant Rock and check out the panoramic views and then head down and check out the native koalas, too cute.

Fairy Park is an attraction your kids will always remember and treasure with them for a lifetime. They'll want to go back when they're older and they'll fall in love with it all over again.

Once you're done checking out the amazing views and displays, head on down to the fairytale playground with lots of interesting play equipment to play on. Take a photo on top of the old battling horse. The kids will love letting off steam at this awesome designed playground.

They have a cafe available for people to have a bite to eat at. Food includes hot dogs, wedges, dinosaur nuggets, fresh sandwiches and coffee as well.

There is also a kiosk which sells drinks and ice-creams and also a gift shop which sells souvenirs and fairy tale toys. You won't be able to resist buying a cute little something from this gift shop.

You can have a picnic/BBQ at Elephant Rock. It only costs $1 to operate the BBQ for fifteen minutes. There are also drinking fountains and parking is free and is right near all of the picnic spots.

There are toilets available along with a disabled toilet and baby changing facilities.

Make sure you wear proper footwear when you come to visit Fairy Park as you'll be doing a lot of walking and the wrong shoes will definitely bring you down and you won't be able to enjoy the place as much. Dogs are welcome but only if they are clipped to a leash.

The price to get into Fairy Park is quite cheap, children under 3 are free, children who are 3-14 are $8 and adults are $16. There are no concessions available.

Fairy Park is a great place to take your little ones, and is perfect for the ones young at heart. Get the kids to dress up as well to make it a more fun day. Fairy Park is the best venue for family get togethers, kids birthday parties or for something to do on the school holidays.
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Why? Fun and so magical, you'll love it.
When: School holidays, weekends, public holidays
Phone: (03) 5284 1262
Where: 2388 Ballan Road , Anakie 3221 Victoria
Cost: $16 for adults and $8 for kids
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