Exercise your brain and legs for a-maze-ing time
THE new 80sq m hedge maze at Bellingham Maze is turning one this Easter.
That means birthday gifts for everyone.
So a visit to Bellingham Maze this Easter will see extra value.
To celebrate the first birthday of the new lilly pilly hedge maze, Bellingham Maze has got together with other Sunshine Coast attractions to give out buy-one, get-one free vouchers.
That means you'll save when visiting other places during the holidays.
There's also new puzzles and colouring pages for the kids.
Bellingham Maze is the perfect holiday outing where you can exercise your brain while exercising your legs.
A unique attraction on the Sunshine Coast, people have been getting lost there since 1993 and fondly refer to it as "The Maze".
The hedges are looking lush, thick and beautiful, enabling people of all ages to enjoy the thrill of losing themselves among the many rows of lilly pilly hedges.
Along the way there are dwarfs to find, letters to look for and quizzes to solve.
Get lost in the huge star-shaped hedge maze, find the eight dead ends in the timber maze and challenge the family to a round of mini golf. Then stop for coffee and milkshakes at the garden cafe.
Visit the maze at 274 Tanawha Tourist Dr, Tanawha.
See more on the website http://www.bellmaze.com.