A Maze'N Things is located on the Phillip Island Road opposite the Koala Conservation Centre. It is open seven days a week and can cater for individuals, small or large recreational groups, as well as corporate and educational groups.
This unusual attraction on Phillip Island, Victoria, is certainly making peoples heads turn. All who drive the Phillip Island Road cannot help but be mystified by the Giant Purple Tap that seemingly floats in mid air, whilst gushing out thousands of litres of water into an apparently Flooded House.
Right from the moment you enter the property there are things that catch your eye and trick your brain. Starting with the Flooded House and the worlds' largest backwards clock you know you are in for an experience that is like no other. You can get your head chopped off, be shrunk to half your size, get lost in the mirror maze or outdoor maze, fall off a cliff or zoom along on the flying boogie boards. There is a long list of things to do, problems to solve and places to go.
The maze itself, is one Australia's largest, takes an average of 45 minutes to complete. When you have finished getting lost why not tackle the stimulating 19 hole maxi mini-golf course.
Phillip Island SkyTrail, a ten metre high adventure ropes course set on a zig zagging series of giant poles and platforms. It gives the very adventurous clients an exciting activity, but still offer those who are a little more reserved, a chance to challenge their fears and get a healthy shot of Adrenaline in complete safety. It is suitable for all adults and children with a reasonable level of fitness and over 140 centimetres tall.
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BBQ Facilities, Cafe, Car park, Child Activities, Coach Parking, Interactive Centre, Mini golf course, Non Smoking Establishment, Parking for the Disabled, Picnic Area, Public Toilet, Restaurant - Licensed, Toilet facilities for the Disabled, Wireless Internet Access
Adventure, Educational Tourism, Food and Wine, Health and Wellbeing, Island, Sport