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Maize Maze making quality family time affordable

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Christchurch Maize Maze making quality family time affordable.

The cost of living is crazy these days, to take your kids out for the day can easily cost you $100 with petrol, entry fees food you name it all adds up to become an expensive exercise.

One place you can be guaranteed an enjoyable family afternoon is Christchurch’s Maize Maze located on Halswell Junction Road, in Halswell.

The Maize Maze is a fantastic place where family can spend time together as a family, run around like crazy people, get lots of fresh air, and just have a heck of a lot of fun.

This year the Lost in Space Maze will provide hours of entertainment whilst you and your family travel through the solar system visiting the different planets fly in a rocket ship and dodge the UFO. Take part in the enjoyable Galactic Treasure Hunt; find all of the clues and solve the puzzle to win prizes.

To add to this value, The Maize Maze has added to its 20 plus outdoor puzzles and activities, have a Sack race with your family, or play with the Giant Pick Up sticks or have a Hopping Mad race with their inflatable Hoppers.

The Maize Maze, encourages people to come down bring a blanket and have a good old fashion family picnic lunch, they also have a couple of BBQ’s you're more than welcome to use for FREE.

For as little as $30 for a family pass 2 Adults and 2 Children can spend a day at the maze, have a picnic or bbq and have some family fun.

To celebrate the maze grand opening they are hosting the Maize Maze Summer Family Picnic, which will be on Jan the 18th a great time to bring the family down, there’ll be entertainment, bouncy castle, face painting, sausage sizzle, and fun galore.

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