Number one on Perth’s school holiday hit list will be Perth Zoo’s A-MAZE-ing Animal Wonderland!

You may not find a white rabbit to follow but you are sure to see many other animals as you search through the maze located on the main lawn near the playground, the sides blend into the greenery around the zoo but you can’t miss the pink flamingos and decks of cards on top. This area is a great spot to stop for a break from looking at animals around the Zoo.

Once you are small enough to get through the keyhole and enter the maze you will find yourself in the A-maze-ing Animal Wonderland. There is a lot to explore in the maze so take your time and look around.

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It might seem a little topsy turvy with tea parties set sideways, giant toadstools and signs trying to trick you with which way to turn.

During special character appearances, you might stumble upon story time in the maze. At the end you will be able to sit down and pretend to have your own tea party. If you are lucky the Mad Hatter may join you!

Located around the grass area are lots of giant games including flamingo croquet, feed the frog, super scales and more. Flamingo croquet is very popular so have a go at the other games while you wait for a mallet.

Lose Yourself at the A-MAZE-ing Animal Wonderland

Entry to the A-MAZE-ing Animal Wonderland is by gold coin donation.

The maze is open daily until April 30 from 9am-5pm.

Special Appearances

Tea party and special appearances by Mad Hatter, Alice, Cheshire Chuditch or Easter Bilby are 10.30am-12.30pm on weekends, school holidays and ANZAC Day.

Wild Zone

Wild Zone (games area) is from 10.30am-2.30pm weekends, school holidays and ANZAC Day.

Visit for more details and to buy your Perth Zoo tickets online.

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