Have A Fun Family Time This Easter at Hedgend!
Come and celebrate an amazing fun-filled day at Hedgend Maze on Good Friday, 18th April from 10am to 3pm. You’ll have a relaxing time with your family and friends.
Fun for all ages, we invite you to come and enjoy our safe, unique attractions amongst our spectacular panoramic views. Hedgend Maze is the ideal location for family togetherness. You’ll enjoy a stimulating day as you learn and explore our adventure playground. Connect and create some treasured family memories of your own.
We’ve created this stress-free event for everyone to enjoy. You’ll have unlimited time at each attraction so there’s no pressure or competition to finish, just kick back and enjoy your experience.
Simply purchase your Hedgend Maze admission tickets and an Easter Trail Bag to participate in all of the activities on this special day.
Each Trail Bag contains a Trail Card to collect stamps at each of the extra Easter activities – Make your own Chocolate Easter Rabbit, make your own pom pom bunny tail, decorate your Easter trail bag, have a close encounter and feed the baby chickens, fairy floss, non chocolate easter egg hunt, puzzles, colouring and meet our very own Truffles the rabbit!
There are also family egg races, entertainment, roaming photographer (so come in pastel colours for a pic) and of course our usual attractions to explore… 1.2km hedge maze, native maze, rainbow maze, minigolf, frisbee gold, giant eyespy, fossil dig, tangled web, and more.
Click here to purchase tickets
Over the month of April, we will be running a competition to win a party celebration for 16 people. The winner can choose from a preschool party, children’s party or a Laser Strike party.
Click here to enter.
We will be open all weekend over the Labor Day weekend. On Labor we will be open from 10 – 5:30. ‘Come and plan a gorgeous day out’
The days are still warm, but the nights are getting cooler. Autumn is a beautiful time of the year in the Yarra Valley and a busy one in the garden.
Here are some suggestions on what is great to sow this time of year:
- board beans
Have fun gardening. We would love to see some of the fruits of your labor. Share with us on
We have had an outbreak of cooch grass in the veggie patch. Most likely brought in with some cow manure we harvested, this aggressive grass is by far our least favourite weed. In this bed we have taken drastic measures; covered entire bed in black plastic and then a compost on top. We will leave this for at least six months before resuming planting.
Now is the time to get your winter brassica
crops, cauliflower, broccoli, kale, and cabbage in the ground.
the cabbage moth caterpillar, snails and slugs are in abundance so
you’ll need to be diligent. We hand pick/squash the caterpillar and
eggs, snails and slugs every couple of mornings. Remember healthy plants
more resilient so make sure your planting healthy plants into rich,