As the name suggests, mazes are but one of the many attractions in The Maze Family Fun Park. Both parents and children can test their problem solving skills in the challenges that each maze presents. While older children will make more sense of the systematic conquering of the navigational tests in various mazes, younger children will most probably prefer the non- brain teaser activities like bouncing on the giant jumping pillow or sliding and swinging in the children's playground.
Follow the colour sequence (red, yellow, blue) in the planks to find the way to the giant tyre in the middle where the flag is
Not included in the entrance fee is the camel ride which costs $7 per rider. There is a photo stop for a dollar. The guide will position the camel so that you can take a good photo of the riders and the camel with its head up just like what is shown in the photo below.
The only difficulty I experienced on the day that we visited The Maze was getting off from the main road to enter The Maze vicinity. As it was the first time to visit the park, I found myself suddenly confronted with the park's entry point without any indication to slow down while travelling on Neaves Road with a speed limit of 100 km/hour. I thought this was very dangerous. I had to deliberately pass the entry point as there was a car behind me, and then took a u-turn which I felt was safer to do. When asked in the ticketing reception how I find getting to the location, I raised my concern. The lady selling the tickets announced that The Maze have already raised this concern to the council long ago and is awaiting action. I was also informed that there is a plan to change the entry point from the main road to the side road. This is good to know.
Tayla's Tangle : In this maze, you have to follow the rope all the way to the end to the end without getting trapped in the tangle