Bago Maze and Wine


Bago is a spectacular farm just a 30-minute drive into the hinterland from the coastal city of Port Macquarie. It is home to one of the world's biggest and best hedge mazes along with a charming…

Bago is a spectacular farm just a 30-minute drive into the hinterland from the coastal city of Port Macquarie. It is home to one of the world's biggest and best hedge mazes along with a charming vineyard and winery. They are a family-friendly venue with plenty of nature for the kids to run around in while adults indulge in their wine and produce.

With regularly changing treasure hunts, the hedge maze can entertain visitors of all ages for an entire morning or afternoon. They also create seasonal pop-up mazes in the surrounding fields which adds to the fun activities that can be experienced there.

Bago offers a relaxed and unpretentious approach to wine tasting and is perfect for those new to wine. Grab a tasting paddle, showcasing a selection of the estate-grown wine then relax in their extensive grounds to enjoy it at your leisure. Visitors can also enjoy a coffee or indulge in a cheese or meat platter, offering local produce from around the region.

Bago is the perfect base to explore the surrounding forest reserves and national parks and is an ideal place to visit for those seeking to include a hinterland experience in their coastal holiday.

A quiet space is available at the venue/ facility

Allows a person's carer free entry into participating venues and events

Actively welcomes people with access needs.

Adhere to The Food Authority requirements for allergy management in food preparation

Ask all visitors if there are any specific needs to be met

Caters for people who are blind or have vision loss

Caters for people who are deaf or have hearing loss

Caters for people who use a wheelchair.

Caters for people with allergies and intolerances.

Caters for people with high support needs who travel with a support person

Caters for people with sufficient mobility to climb a few steps but who would benefit from fixtures to aid balance. (This includes people using walking frames and mobility aids)

Have a low noise reception areas with hearing loss friendly acoustics and adequate lighting for viewing facial expressions (includes common areas which are free of background noise, background music)

Have a place to store medical equipment (eg oxygen)

Have a step free main entrance to the building and/or reception area (includes ramps or slopes with a maximum gradient of 1:14, otherwise are too steep for wheelchairs)

Have a wheelchair accessible toilet / shower and change room

Have accessible seating areas in theatrette

Have an accessible public toilet which is unlocked

Have an appropriate area for toileting an assistance dog

Have equipment to respond to anaphylactic shock such as epi–pens and defibrillator

Have Exit signs which are visible at a ground level (high level signs are difficult to see in a fire)

Have grab rails in the bathroom

Have handrails on all your stairways

Have step free access to the conference or function room

Have step free outdoor pathways (includes picnic areas, barbecues and shelters)

Have wheelchair access to amusements and activities including boats and bush trails (includes tour rides, skyways, trolley cars, flying fox, amusement rides and boating)

Have wheelchair accessible picnic tables (picnic tables require 720mm knee clearance and 800mm maximum height)

Offer a range of contact methods for receiving complaints

Offer multiple options for booking - web, email, phone

Provide assistance with booking arrangements (includes providing clear itineraries with written instructions on what to do at various destinations)

Provide digital communication materials (hard copy information is also available on line)

Provide information in large print

Provide seating in common areas including reception area

Train your staff in customer service for people with vision loss (training would incorporate way finding and communicating with people with vision loss)

Train your staff in communicating with people who are deaf or have hearing loss

Train your staff in disability awareness

Train your staff to respond to allergic reactions

Use easy read fonts in your signage and communication materials (Helvetica and Arial)

Use floors/coverings which are slip resistant, firm and smooth

Use non-slip tiles in the bathroom or slip resistant matting

Welcomes and assists people who have challenges with learning, communication, understanding and behaviour. (includes people with autism, intellectual disability, Down syndrome, acquired brain injury (ABI), dyslexia and dementia)

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