Sunday, March 20, 2011

The Fairy Park

Once upon a time, in a land far far away, there lived a pretty little princess named Rosie…

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“Welcome to my Kingdom!” exclaimed the little princess! “Let me take you on a tour!”

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In to the castle we wander

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Prince Aaron mounts his noble steed…

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While the little princess takes the snail trail!

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King Toad watches over the kingdom to make sure there are no villains…

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…because if caught, they are placed in the stocks for later questioning. (Nb. Prisoners who are generous with lollies/candy have been known to be released without charge *wink*!)

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The kingdom is vast and plentiful…

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With houses just the right size for little princesses!

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And 1930’s play equipment that is so much fun!

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If you are very quiet and listen carefully… you can hear the fairies singing in the beautiful gardens!

Would you like to visit too? Head on over here to find out more!

Until next time…

Love and hugs from the Regal SUDs!


Jo in TAS said...

Lovely fairytale! The princess is a beauty and the prince is a future prince charming!

Deb said...

What a fabulous theme park Vikki. The look on Rosie's face sums up the whole day of glee and wonder that she experienced. Aaron even looked like he had a fabulous time doing "girly" things with his lovely wee sister. I absolutely adore the wee snail, it looked all sherbety, so cute.
Love ya duck...

Sharon (Stitches on Mars) said...

Hi Vikki,
I didn't even know this place existed :)
Looks like you all had a lot of fun and the weather is beautiful too.
Hugs, Sharon

Allie said...

How fun!!! It reminds me of a place we took my brother when he was little - Storybook Gardens in Ontario, Canada - utterly magical. Looks like Princess Rosie was right at home there - darling girl, you have beautiful children!

Anonymous said...

What a nice story you told us. I can see you had a great day.

Dawn said...

Oh can I come next time..Pllleeeeaaase..LOL....looks like the Royal SUDS had a ball.
Hugs Dawn x x

Liz said...

I pass Fairy Park every week when I drive down to Lara, it's quite a few years since I've been with any Fairy Princesses and you forget how utterly enchanting it is for a little princess! Glad you had a great day on my side of Melbourne...long drive though isn't it?

Kerryanne @ Shabby Art Boutique said...

Aaww... your gorgeous photos of the Fairy Park at Anakie bring back so many memories of my girls visiting there when they were young Vikki. Rosie looks like she was really enjoying herself.
Hugs ~ Kerryanne

Anna Rosa Designs said...

Hi Vikki,
Ohh, what a lovely family day out.
Hm, I don't think my big teenage boys would like to go there!
I'll have to wait for Grandchildren {oh, not too soon}
Thanks for sharing,

Joy McD said...

I love the fairy park! Took the kids there a few times when they were little, we lived pretty close by :) I think they loved the playground down the bottom with tunnels, etc best, lol!

Anonymous said...

How magical :) What a fab place for littlies (and biggies) to disappear into a bit of magic for a while!
I wonder who loved it the most... the littlie or the biggies??
Fun photos Vikki :)
love Penny xx

Simone de Klerk said...

What a beautiful day you must have had! Princess Rosie looks so happy and proud (o:

Crowing Moon said...

We will have to arrange a trip there one day and meet up dear Vikki!! Haven't taken the kids since Ethan was a baby! I LOVE the Fairy Park


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