In search of a better quality of life, fulfilling our dreams to see the world and provide ourselves and young children with invaluable experiences, we sold our home and possessions in London to begin our journey of a lifetime.
Here we will share our tips, stories, successes and failures, not only for our families and friends, but also to assist those who may have similar adventures in mind. We hope also to inspire those who relish the idea of travelling to newer and unfamiliar pastures but do not know how and those who require some evidence it can be done.
ENCHANTING mazes are everywhere in this kids paradise
They'll put a smile on your face, too
And provide a place and tools to pretend you are at the beach
How about some snakes and ladders?
Or one of the many brain-teasers?
Dress up as a pirate close to the tube slides
Then pull your vessel to the top and come down at speed
Time for the obstacle courses and some physical challenges
Make sure to follow the directions
But don't get your neck caught
Admire some wooden, life-like sculptures
Take a walk inside the 3D Maze and a "wobbly bridge" that makes you feel as if you are going to drop
If it can be climbed then I know who will try
Walking with some spring in their steps through another maze
In need of a stretch - or maybe a sleep?
A lookout tower made from a tree trunk
And a maze inspired by London's Hampton Court to finish
*The Enchanted Maze Gardensare located near Albert's Seat in Rosebud. It's a fun day out, but not cheap. We paid $77 (Aus) for the four of us. There is plenty to do and a cafe on site, though bringing a picnic is the best idea.