If you stand on your tip toes and stretch real tall you can grab a cloud from here. It is a fairy and pixie adventure playground without the rollercoasters and spinnatron, instead a hedge maze, wishing tree, bubbles and open gardens to explore and run around.
SkyHigh has two different dining options (as well as a buffet on Sunday). The Bistro is located on the lower ground with indoor and outdoor tables. Breakfast, lunch or dinner is available here or simply order a coffee and cake. There is also a little quick café up the top of the hill just before you buy your tickets to enter the maze. On Sundays, the functions room upstairs is open for a roast buffet followed by traditional tea and scones, but you must book as it does get busy (they have a great online booking system too). But if none of the dining options appeal to you, you can bring your own picnic or BBQ and enjoy it while sitting on the green spongy lawns.
The staff are great, service with a genuine smile, there was no request too small or too big for them (I am guessing they are locals and who would be stressed if you lived in this part of town…) There are plenty of high chairs and food options for kids as well as the kids activity pack which you’re given when you order from the kids’ menu….great way to keep them entertained.
The grounds are surrounded by beautiful tall trees and an unforgettable views. There are bridges, fountains, statues, carvings, the huge giant’s chair and so much more to see. The toilets are clean and plenty of them…kids change facilities are located in the disabled toilets in the Bistro and everything is very clean and roomy.
SkyHigh is approximately 50 mins from Mebourne’s CBD or you can arrange traditional or modern accommodation where you can enjoy everything this area has to offer such as local craft, antique and wooden toy shops.