The Crop Maze

is now closed for 2024

A nautical theme for 2024!

A Tasmanian Weedy SeaDragon has been discovered floating in the tall, billowing foliage of a maize crop!

Yes, the Rupertswood Farm Crop Maze takes on a nautical theme in 2024 as we celebrate the magical world of this mystical Tassie sea creature in our 11th creation.

We are excited about this year’s design and look forward to welcoming visitors to our farm again. The Crop Maze will open to the public on the weekend of 2-3 March for a limited time only.

The Crop Maze is a highlight on the Tasmanian events calendar, drawing around 10,000 visitors to the farm each year. Inside the Maze, as well as finding your way through, visitors can try to locate and identify all of the hidden clues and crack the secret code!

The Maze will open from Saturday, 2 March 2024 to the public to explore (open for a limited time of 7 weekends). A wonderful day out for families and friends, the Crop Maze gives visitors a chance to enjoy quality time on a Tasmanian family farm.

The Maze will host its Gala Day on Sunday, 3 March 2024 celebrating the start of the Maze season. This day will include music, gum boot throwing, egg and spoon races, face painting and scarecrow building.

Visitor tickets can be purchased online through Eventbrite using the link below.

Please purchase tickets online through Eventbrite:

A wonderful day out, the Crop Maze gives visitors a chance to enjoy time on a working Tasmanian family farm. Visitors can experience the ultimate ‘paddock to plate’ fare by foraging in the Rupertswood Farm vegetable garden! The Maze is open for a short season over seven weekends only … before the crop is harvested for silage.

The 2024 maze so far …

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Rupertswood Farm is a third generation
family farm, owned and operated by
Rowan & Anna Clark at Hagley, Tasmania.

Find everything you need to know to plan your visit >

You can also view designs from previous years.

We look forward to seeing you at the 2024 Crop Maze!!!

What our visitors are saying

The Crop Maze is a memorable experience for visitors has earned us some glowing feedback.

“Unmissable … a working farm that transforms a huge maize crop into an enormous MAZE …. you can spend many hours at this friendly place. Highly recommended!!!”

18 February 2019, Tripadvisor

“New maze every year, no cobwebs or overgrown hedges. The kids love the ‘find the objects’ activities and hay bale play areas. A fantastic day … !”

1 March 2020, Facebook review

“A magic day at Rupertswood Farm. A great family outing. So well catered for food-wise and activities for the kids. Highly recommend. Go visit …”

4 March 2018, Facebook review

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Rupertswood Farm

Rupertswood is a family farm located in the scenic countryside of Hagley, Tasmania (20 minutes from Launceston). Farmer, Rowan Clark, creates a new Crop Maze each year and initially came up with the idea when trying to find ways to entertain his children! The Rupertswood Farm Crop Maze is now a major agri-tourism attraction in Northern Tasmania and attracts around 7,000 visitors each March.

2018 Crop Maze – Richie Porte, Tasmanian cycling legend
(view past designs)