2018 – Richie Porte
The 2018 Maze was of Tasmanian cycling legend, Richie Porte, leading the peloton up the French Alps. Rowan and Anna are huge fans and had been planning this Maze for a number of years.
2017 – Tasmania
A giant image of the state of Tasmania was 2017’s popular design. It was a celebration of all things Tasmanian. The Maze featured two different designs, the central part of Tasmania as the primary maze and a King Island ‘mini-maze’ for younger visitors.
2016 – Rain
The design around the drop and symbol for water highlighted why this precious resource is so vital to farming communities.
2015 – Poppy
The 2015 Crop Maze, in the design of a poppy, was developed as a tribute to those who fought in World War I. The Poppy Maze featured two different designs, the poppy plant as the central maze and a leaf ‘mini-maze’ for younger visitors.
2014 – Tasmanian Tiger
In 2014, the Rupertswood Farm Crop Maze featured its very own Tassie Tiger Trail. Visitors were challenged to discovering the Tiger’s pawprints in the maze and learn fascinating facts about the Tassie Tiger.