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Abingdon Miniature Village - CLOSED

24 Husband Rd | Barragup, Mandurah, Western Australia 6209, Australia
+61 95951299
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I visited with my 2 young grandchildren. I believe the park is more suited to children over 4years... read more

Reviewed 5 February 2017
Beverly L
via mobile

I don't believe there are any other places like this in Perth. Simply adorable & the kids will love... read more

Reviewed 10 January 2017
Nadia M
via mobile
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This wonderful attraction has an extensive display of scale model miniature buildings and railways. Many of the models are exact replicas of well known historic buildings from Abingdon Village, parts of the United Kingdom and Germany. Set amongst four acres of beautifully manicured gardens it is a superb must see attraction to visit. Walking through the extensively landscaped gardens is like stepping back in time. The grounds provide you with a self-guided tour past the ornamental lake and miniature steam and diesel trains, canals, locks and barges to the town of Abingdon, the oldest continually inhabited town in England. Included in your entry is the enjoyment of a hedge maze, circular maze, secret garden, lakes, water features, playground and other activities. The grounds also have on offer a challenging 12 hole miniature golf course. After strolling through the gardens, treat yourself to some delicious chocolate, cakes or light lunch at Decandent C's Chocolate Factory just across the road, with ample seating indoors and a great outdoor area for families with children.
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“hedge maze” (4 reviews)
24 Husband Rd | Barragup, Mandurah, Western Australia 6209, Australia
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Reviewed 5 February 2017 via mobile

I visited with my 2 young grandchildren. I believe the park is more suited to children over 4years old. It cost $14 for adults, $13 seniors and $12 for children over 2yo. The maze was well done but more suitable for older children. The ground...More

1  Thank Beverly L
Reviewed 10 January 2017 via mobile

I don't believe there are any other places like this in Perth. Simply adorable & the kids will love it. Yummy tearoom as well

Thank Nadia M
Reviewed 7 January 2017 via mobile

Only going to get better from what we have seen! Not much to do on a windy day in Mandurah so tried this to wear out the kids (one teen, one young) and was not disappointed. $53 for 2x2 kids/adults was a bit on the...More

Thank AmyLa_12
Reviewed 6 January 2017 via mobile

Great place for kids. It 's now changed owners snd name to AMAZE and well worth a visit. The model houses and landscaping are well done and they have a good maze in which to lose the kids.

Thank Sheilaings
Reviewed 6 April 2015

My sister and I took four children under 8 years old and we all had a great time. There was a clown painting faces for children. You could have a picinic and bring your own or their was a tea room where you could have...More

3  Thank Vera B
Reviewed 4 March 2015

Hello I've been here with family and I'm sure some people may find it exciting to see these little houses and villages but for me I was bored after the first few, the maze was ok for a little while and the kids got more...More

2  Thank steve g
Reviewed 2 March 2015

If you have not been to a miniature village before, you should go. Also take the kids, they'll love it. I took my 85 yr old Mum there, looked at all the exhibits, went in the Maze and had an excellent cup of tea in...More

1  Thank Glyssops
Reviewed 4 February 2015

we recommend abingdon miniture village for the home cooked meals and the service , to sit under the pergola in spring is beautiful as the flowers are in bloom , the sweet smell of them is delightful as you sit and enjoy the home cooked...More

1  Thank middleton2014
Reviewed 3 January 2015

I was here with my children yesterday . We had a nice lunch in the tea room and then went on to explore the village. After finally solving the maze, which was great fun, we spotted a viewing platform to the maze. There was a...More

9  Thank JustineKualaLumpur
Reviewed 2 January 2015

I took my mother and aunt (in their 80s)to Abingdon for an outing, very impressed with the work involved. We enjoyed a lovely morning tea after strolling the grounds at our leisure. We didn't bother with the maze although there was a group of children...More

Thank Sandra B
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