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Maze House is located on the Midland Highway ten minutes from Daylesford and ten minutes from Creswick, with an old hedge maze, country carnival games, food garden and milk bar/cafe.

Find all the clues in the maze hunt to win a prize. Test your skills with old time carnival games like ‘Return bowling’, ‘Knock ’em Down’ target practice, the Amazing Buzz Test and much more.

Maze House is open weekends, every day in school holidays and most public holidays. Numbers are controlled, so bookings are recommended, especially during school holidays.

The maze is set in a beautiful five-acre garden featuring a creek, vegetable garden, orchard, cutting garden and native habitat. Children will enjoy the garden’s country carnival feel and some of the garden attractions are likely to evoke nostalgic memories for adults. With the milk bar selling old time favourites like milk shakes, ice creams, cold drinks, cakes and coffee.

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  • Disabled access available, contact operator for details.

3155 Midland Highway, Newlyn North VIC 3364

$12.00 - $14.00

Adults $14, children and concession $12. Children 3 years and under, free.

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