Underwood Park, QLD


Friday, January 17, 2020

ENCHANTED ADVENTURE GARDEN

While we were on the Mornington Peninsula, in Victoria, Sonya and Bernie took us all to the Enchanted Adventure Garden. It was still cold but not windy. It is an amazing place for kids and adults alike.
We started at the Hedge Maze, where I was scared of losing my family but I followed David.

 Bernie, Carol, the boys, David and Sonya. (Bill stayed at home)


 The tree surfing activity covered a huge area but it was too advanced for our little boys.

 Banjo being cheeky.

 We were no where near the bush fires but the smoke drifted over the whole state of Victoria.

 We wobbled through the trees on the canopy walk.

 It was wobbly but it was fun with Sonya.

 This is where the zip line activity finished. The boys did the Bush Scramble, we had a race through the Spring Maze made from old bed springs. Then we went onto the 3D Maze and the Mirror Maze.


We finished up on the Tube Slides but David and I sat that one out. Soon it was time to return to our BnB for lunch and a snooze.


21 comments:

  1. Now that looks like a lot of fun for sure! The grounds look lovely and without the wind it would have been very pleasant.

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  2. It sounds like the old Ashcombe Maze, but reinvented. I think Oldest Niece has taken her children there and we have visited its earlier version as just a maze. I hope your nanna nap was restorative.

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  3. When I was young gardens were the place where children went out to play. Somehow we seem to have lost touch with that idea over the intervening decades - garden centres seem to sell almost everything, but not swings, slides or other toys for children - so I welcome this kind of garden, even though my zip-wire days are far behind me.

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  4. Gosh you deserved a good lunch and nap after that Diane, looks fun, especially the maze ✨

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  5. Hello, the gardens have a lot of fun activities for the family. The maze and slide and the tree canopy walk are fun for the kiddies and adults. Enjoy your day, wishing you a great weekend!

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  6. it really is an enchanted garden. most of what you did I would no do, no maze, no tree tops and no swinging bridges. I would love to walk on the ground through all that beauty though.... tree surfing? really? ha ha

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  7. That looks like a great place for the whole family. I did a zip line about 10 years ago in Costa Rica. I was terrified the whole time. Needless to say, I won't be doing that again.

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  8. I'd have thoroughly enjoyed the maze (and probably the rest of it too).

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  9. So much fun and also enchanting. I love the trimmed bushes and all that greenery.

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  10. What a wonderful fun place to visit with y our grandsons. Diane! It looks very magical and I'm sure inspired their imagination.

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  11. Looks a magical place Diane, and seems you all had a great time..

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  12. That was certainly a paradise for the children, and for you a "keeping young" thing ! I know another one who would have stayed home, lol !

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  13. This looks and sounds like a fun day.

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  14. Wow, this looks like a great place for the whole family.
    Love your photos and of the Grand being "cheeky".
    Sue

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  15. Great photos! That looked like a splendid time with your family. This Enchanted Adventure Garden, what a neat place!

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  16. What fun! I’ve never seen these activities in a natural settings and I know “my” boys would love it. We did a small zip line last summer and they were reluctant to try it but then couldn’t get enough!

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  17. That looks like a great place to visit. I would be fearful of ever getting out of the maze.

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  18. Bet they loved the tube slides. Looks a great setting for the different activities.

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  19. Banjo is just too cute ... his pose made me laugh. ... great family time. I get scared in mazes ... some primeval fear of being left behind.

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