Is it necessary to book entrance tickets?
No, it is not necessary to book tickets.
You can obtain your tickets from our ticket box upon entry.
Entry is paid from your car.
You may then proceed to drive up to the picnic and car park areas.
Are the Fairy Tale displays Free to operate?
Yes, simply push a button and watch them come to life.
How long does it take to see everything?
We recommend spending at least 3 hours, more if you
eat in or bring a picnic. However, if you’re on a tight
schedule then allow a minimum of 2 hours.
Yes, you are welcome to bring your dog so long as you keep it on a leash at all times. Dogs may not enter the Playground area or food service areas. Guide dogs accepted. No cat’s allowed, sorry.
Are there any fees or restrictions for filming?
No, as long as they are for private not commercial use.
Comfortable footwear. Hats and sunscreen on warmer days.
If you are coming on a weekend, public or school holiday, yes, over the lunch time period only (usually from 11 to 2pm). During regular weekdays, best to bring your own. Vending machines provide fresh coffee, ice creams, snacks and cold drinks at all times.
Is it suitable for a pram or wheelchair?
The paths are fully paved with no steps for easy access. Prams are able to navigate to all parts of the park. You will need to bring your own muscle power though! With wheelchairs, although some people do manage to get around the park with the help of friends we don't recommend it. We are on a hill which can get steep towards the top areas. The paved car park area, picnic grounds, playground and all the facilities are on a similar level to each other and are a lot easier to navigate in a wheelchair.
Do you hire Prams or Wheelchairs?
Unfortunately we don’t have the facilities on offer. Be sure to bring along your own.
Are there any extra costs for parking?
Parking is free for all vehicles including buses.