Have A ‘Muddy’ Fun Time At Mud World In Ipswich: What To Expect

It’s time to get down and dirty with your children at this year’s Mud World in Ipswich on 21-22 April 2018. With all tickets sold out, we’re pretty sure you’re excited for this event so we’ve listed down everything you need to know to make the most out of your muddy day.

There will be two sessions per day:

Session 1 – 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Session 2 – 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Now, for the fun part! There are five realms that you can explore here.

Photo credit: Brisbane Kids

Muddy Monsterland

Ideal for the little ones 0-2 years old, this land has a playground, shops, a bakery where you can get yourself a mud pie, and a cafe where you can grab a cup of coffee. Your little ones (and you!) will definitely be entertained here. Fun activities also await such as mud sculpting and sketching.

Village of Mud

If you’re feeling active and competitive, head on over to this realm and get on the giant mud pit! This realm is open to all ages and there are organised games that you can participate in such as tug of war, stuck-in-the-mud, and statues.

Mud Mania

For the brave hearts out there who don’t mind getting a little bit more of mud, head on over to this realm. There is a maze of mud that you have to overcome. Don’t worry, goggles will be provided. Keep in mind, it’s going to get really squirmish here!


How about sliding down slippery slopes filled with mud? Sounds fun, eh? This is going to be a popular attraction that will have everybody giggling with joy.

The Great Muddy Mountain Range

If you have a thing for climbing or trekking, take on the avalanches of mud in this realm. This is perfect for those who are looking for more challenging ways to navigate through more mud!

When nighttime falls, join the Muddy Wonderland Dance Party on Saturday night! This is the first ever dance party IN THE MUD!

Photo credit: Mud World

You and your kids can dance your hearts our whilst Dj Steve play amazing beats! There are going to be lights for that party vibe.

This event will start at 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

There will also be food trucks to satisfy your hunger whilst you take breaks from the all the fun mud activities.

This two-day festival is by Nature Play QLD, an organisation that is dedicated to have kids more involved in outdoor play and to be in nature. They hold events across the country.

Address: Limestone Park, 42a Chermside Rd.