Yesterday we did a bit more local touring. It had been many years since I had played at Tasmazia and the Village of Lower Crackpot.
The maze is located near Sheffield, the town known for its murals and and a little over an hours drive from my house. Located in view of the picturesque Mount Roland and an area known for its quirkyness.
The day was beautiful, sunny and slightly chilly in the shade. We had fun in the huge first maze before I had to retreat to feed the baby. Babies and big trips away from home are not so fun for the mother, there is a lot of sitting time, feeding in uninspired baby areas. We had something to eat in the cafe before heading back in so I could at least get my monies worth of entertainment. Our six year old had a ball and bounced around all day in-between the many things to see.
There is something slow and gentle about hedge mazes, a great appreciation of time spent in the growing and shaping. Tasmazia also boasts a great artistic element with the Village of Lower Crackpot houses and some of the best decorated women's toilets in Tasmania.
If you are looking to spend a few hours with fun for all ages I can defiantly recommend this attraction. I imagine it would be even better if you didn't have to sit and feed a newborn for an hour.