I have been wanting to do this post since the weekend, but I had lots of photos to edit, then uploading took a while. Then it’s been school holidays and I haven’t had much time to sit at all. To top it all off I ended up in bed all day yesterday with a migraine.
On Saturday we decided to take a drive, break the mundane norm and just head out of town. My husband asked me where I wanted to go and Tasmazia came to mind. We had tried to go there several years ago, before kids and we went the only month it was closed. I thought it would be great to take the kids there, so we got ready and after little boy spewed and had a second change of clothes, off we went.
After countless are we there yet? How long till we get there? (About an hour and a half driving) we finally arrived.
Not sure why but they wanted to look like big scary giants.
After not leaving exactly on time we arrived dead on 12pm, and of course everyone was hungry so we had lunch at the adjoining pancake parlor.
What’s the first thing that happens? Queen of slop spills her drink…
So the pancakes were not what I expected…I was expecting nice thin crepe like pancakes but they were more like giant pikelets.
I asked for lemon and sugar and got lemon and icing sugar, even though it wasn’t quite what I expected, it filled my belly.
Miss P said her lunch was yucky. So a big fail on the food. Sorry Tasmazia. She also had a tummy ache later so I wonder if it was properly cooked.
Already telling me to hurry up and stop taking photos.
Reading the map
We were able to get through most of the mazes with the pram.
He found the middle
I actually googled this guy and he was not in fact the creator of the toilet, although he was a plumber.
Not impressed…..a toilet?
Little boy happy to see us again
There are things to find along the way
And terrible dad jokes on signs at every turn.
C’mon use your muscles
Follow the yellow brick road
Big boy and I made it to the middle of another maze while Dad and Miss P went to the toilet.
This is the only part we couldn’t get down with the pram, but there was another way to get around to the other side.
We stopped for a drink
Then it was Miss P’s turn
I liked this part very much, see ya later!
So it looked like Miss P was about to go in there, but as we got to the door it started to make ghostly noises and she started crying. So she did not go in.
There were heaps of different cubby houses to explore.
At this point we still had not found the middle of the big maze and had lost Dad, we walked around calling out for ages. Finally we found him and continued on, he had already found the middle so off we went.
Hooray! The middle.
I won’t spoil it in case you ever go, but the kids were a little disappointed at the 3 Bears House.
10 second timer
We were starting to get tired and it was also getting late, so it was time to find the way out.
Waiting in the carpark for Dad
Overall, Tasmazia was fantastic, there is so much to do and look at, mazes that we didn’t even find the centre of. One we didn’t even get time to start. For the prices $17.50 an adult and $10 per child I found to be really reasonable considering you can spend all day there, I wish we had of had time to do all of it. These days it is open all year round, so you won’t go during the only month it is closed. For more details on Tasmazia click here.