SNEAK PEAK: Amy Williams tests out new extensions at the Granite Belt Maze.
SNEAK PEAK: Amy Williams tests out new extensions at the Granite Belt Maze. Granite Belt Maze

Sneak peek at new addition to popular tourist attraction

NEW surprises are around every corner of the Granite Belt Maze these school holidays.

Extensions to the hexagonal maze will be complete just in time for the kids to get lost, with exciting additions such as suspension bridges and balance beams.

The new obstacles are just one of many ways owner Craig Williams keeps people coming back time and time again.

Each customer receives their own personal riddle to solve within the larger, 3km long wooden maze and riddles change every month!

In case that wasn't enough of a challenge, there is also a nine-hole mini golf course to be enjoyed afterward.

As one of Australia's highest mazes the children may even glimpse a touch of snow, weather permitting.

The maze is the perfect place for a family day out, just 30 minutes drive south of Warwick.

For more information visit http://www.thegranitebeltmaze.com.au/



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