Hyperdome creates April in Wonderland maze for guests

hyperdomeVisitors to Queensland’s Hyperdome Shopping Centre will be invited to venture down the rabbit hole these school holidays, via an activation inspired by Alice in Wonderland.

Titled “April in Wonderland”, the school holiday program revolves around a custom-designed and built maze which resembles the Queen of Hearts’ royal garden.

Much like the classic tale, the maze will unfold in parts. During the first week, visitors are invited to decorate their own “eat me” treat. The following week, in the Mad Hatters Tea Party, guests can design their own piece of the tea service. Guests can also try clock making. Matryoshka (babushka) Dolls will be displayed toward the end of the activities.

“Entering the maze is like falling down the rabbit hole, there are twists and turns, interesting characters and many curiosities to be explored,” said Hyperdome’s centre manager, Rob Mansfield.

Mansfield said the holiday installation will be bigger and better than anything they have done before.

“We have thoroughly enjoyed bringing this classic children’s tale to life and we hope that all visitors will enjoy once again feeling the awe of being young and lost in a place of imagination,” said Mansfield.

The “April in Wonderland” royal garden will be open daily from March 20 to April 15.

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