Set in the village of Ashcombe in Mornington Peninsula, this maze is the perfect day trip for those looking for a fun, challenging, and immersive escape. Experience the thrill of being trapped in a terrifying maze and try to find your way out.
With a maze of more than 1,000ft and over 25 challenging set puzzles, you’ll be sucked in from the moment you step foot into the grounds.
Located in the village of Ashcombe, this maze is the perfect day trip for those looking for a fun, challenging and immersive escape. Experience the thrill of being trapped in a terrifying maze and try to find your way out.
There’s nothing quite like getting lost in a maze – but not in the kind of fun, candy-flavored kind of way. The kind that gets your heart racing and leaves you feeling completely exhausted. The kind that makes you wonder if you’ll ever escape and find your way back to the safe and welcoming arms of the maze. This is the real kind of getting lost that you’d never want to see the end of. The kind that takes ahold of your soul and slowly twists it until you’re left in a state of utter exhaustion. This is the tale of the Ashcombe Maze, and it is a thing of terror. It is a place where you will never want to venture back to. But, if you do, you may never want to leave.
It’s not easy to find a new maze, especially one that doesn’t exist already in one of your nearby towns. So when you come across a completely new maze, you know it’s something special. The Ashcombe Maze is one of those special things. Located in rural Victoria, the maze is only accessible by car. That’s right, you’ll need to rent a car to explore the maze. But once you see it, you’ll understand why this maze is so special.
The Ashcombe Maze is a 5-acre, 13-block maze open to the public every day of the year. Located in the picturesque town of Ashford, the maze is conveniently located between Melbourne and Geelong. The maze is open from 9:00am until 5:00pm, every day of the week except Christmas Day, New Year’s Day, and Good Friday.
The maze is filled with twists, turns, and dead ends of hedges and bushes. The path is only four feet wide, so visitors must keep their wits about them as they maneuver their way through the maze. There are over 100 signs along the way, guiding you to the next maze station and giving you the scoop on where you are and where you are going. Pack a snack and some water and be sure to wear comfortable walking shoes. There are no restrooms in the maze, so plan ahead!