Tasmazia & The Village Of Lower Crackpot, Promised Land

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TripAdvisor
  • had a wonderful time here, a lot of fun it's great for young and old, also had Devonshire Tea in the Cafe ...sooooo yummy staff very friendly  more »
  • This was a good place for kids to let off some steam and do some fun kids activities after cradle mountain. Our 5 year old enjoyed going thru the mazes and kept asking us to continue on despite the co...  more »
  • Staff excellent...hate the fake cream and the so-called scones for Devonshire tea. Jam great. Soup amazing. Will not order Devonshire tea there again.  more »
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  • Highly recommend! My dad sent me a postcard from here 10 years ago, and it has been a place I've always wanted to visit since. We were not disappointed! The maze is VERY well kept, well signed, very well thought out. You could easily spend all day here and walk away with the biggest smile on your face. Its highly interactive and amusing. It's fun for kids of all ages (even the biggest of kids) and the staff are so lovely and helpful. Absolutely loved it!
  • I didn't get to try the cafe here but place itself was quite fun. There were several mazes you could do and the large maze had little sign posts with jokes on them around the maze which was cute. The Village and Embassy Gardens were also fun to look at. The toilets were big and really clean.
  • This was a fun, quirky, and interesting place. The miniature village and embassies were really cool and definitely had an adult spin on it. You can easily spend a few hours here exploring and getting lost in the mazes and then having something to eat and drink. We came on quite a warm day and the lack of shade as well as my son and I both getting horrible hayfever from the plants made us feel quite miserable and so we had to leave sooner than I'd have liked. Also, the cafe closes too early.
  • What a beautiful, whimsical place! Our children had a wonderful time. The main maze is worth a couple of hours, and the many other mazes and the Village of Lower Crackpot are a lot of fun too.
  • Good fun in the maze and the miniature houses but a 1hr wait for some of the worst and overpriced food in tassie I have to dump some stars.