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Fun for all ages! (mostly children!)

Pros' * Interesting natural rock formations * Fun for children with hidden surprises (toys and... read more

Reviewed 12 October 2018
Venture821050
Cool and creepy

The rock formations are truly fascinating, they create narrow passages and tunnels, and the texture... read more

Reviewed 19 September 2018
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Takaka 7183, New Zealand
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Reviewed 12 October 2018

Pros' * Interesting natural rock formations * Fun for children with hidden surprises (toys and bones) * Family friendly, easy walking - Tip- Wear good shoes (mud) and bring a bag of cheap/old toys for your children to put out around the walk (ours also...More

Thank Venture821050
Reviewed 19 September 2018 via mobile

The rock formations are truly fascinating, they create narrow passages and tunnels, and the texture that has been naturally carved into the stone over the years is very cool! Good way to spend an hour or so. It's become a tradition I suppose to leave...More

1  Thank Kerri a
Reviewed 15 August 2018

beautiful magical place. Great place for kids to use there imaginations and explore this natural place. The little toys hidden along the way an absolute hit!!!

Thank LianneHarmon
Reviewed 25 June 2018

Fascinating way to pass an hour or two exploring this natural fairyland labyrinth. Children love it!

Thank Aulestes
Reviewed 4 June 2018 via mobile

such joy making our way through the Labrynth and discovering the rock shapes...witches cauldron, aligator rock, kissing pigs, Stegosaurus, octopus alley etc. A fantail even showed us the way through the rock formations. So much delight and we are in our 50's :) watch your...More

1  Thank kiwiosmond
Reviewed 21 April 2018 via mobile

We decided to do a bunch of small activities one afternoon and this was one the kids (11/ 9 yrs) had serious fun with...they loved finding all the little tracks and tunnels...

Thank Kenneth B
Reviewed 25 February 2018

Lots of alley ways and rock formations that are interesting to think how they would have formed millions of years ago. make sure you take a map from the start to find out where you are. there are lots of little plastic characters spread out...More

Thank Paul_n_Cris
Reviewed 20 January 2018 via mobile

A good hour or two walking around the rocks. A bonus being free and is relaxing as. Rocks are quite unbelievable and keeps you entertained for a long time

Thank funho57
Reviewed 16 January 2018

Good fun for kids, I'm sure it must be... but there was nothing to it for us. The best bit is where you park your car - that is the most open and towering that you will see the rock formations. Once in the labyrinth,...More

1  Thank Harrison_F_Carter
Reviewed 12 January 2018 via mobile

Quite an entertaining experience as the group who look after this attraction have put small toys all through the rocks. Keeps kids busy finding the toys as well as finding the way through the rock maze formation. Take a pamphlet when you enter as you...More

Thank MarkH9869
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Take the road out of Takaka towards Abel Tasman NP. Look for a small sign and a road on the left, about 4-5 km east of Takaka. Labyrinth Rocks are about 1 km down this road, and are visible from the Takaka road (they are... More
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