Fairy Park is crafted out on spectacular rocky hilltop into a truly unique place where family and friends come to relax and enjoy a day out together in a tranquil environment, with over 33 attractions in place. The three main areas that combine to form Fairy Park are the Fairytale Land, Camelot Playground and the Elephant Rock Picnic Grounds. The park is housed in beautiful buildings including castles, cottages and caves all set amongst neatly kept gardens, giant boulders and lovely water features.
We’ve seen Cinderella at the Grand Ball, squirted the Frog Prince at his waterfall, saw Jack in his beanstalk, joined the Teddy Bears at their Picnic and heard the story of Goldilocks and the Three Bears among others to the delight of the kids and were also amazed at how they patiently and put all things up creatively.
Some of the favourite fairytale characters are Red Riding Hood, Pinocchio to Rumplestilzchen, Alladin and Snow White. There are over 22 animated hand crafted scenes that come to life at the push of a button, all with digitised sound and lighting. Indeed, amazing for the kids!
For train buffs, the hilltop Castle incorporates a huge model train set and a Train Museum housing a rare collection of Markilin (guage1) model trains. Nestled beside the extinct volcano of Mt Anakie is the summit of Elephant Rock with breathtaking 360° panoramic views. A truly remarkable location for a great fun!
Again, heaps of families with kids around were on shoulder to shoulder along the pathway leading up to the fairy castle, all wanting to reach the summit, cameras popping out as they moved on and up to another attractions.
There’s a lot to capture here, in remarkable photos. I admit, I did have a wonderful time taking shots but failed to capture panoramic and creative ones! There was no enough time to scale out and creatively think of where and how to do that, really pretty bad.