A CHANCE to get lost within Anzac history can be found in a crop at Hagley.
The Rupertswood Maze saw carloads of people, map in hand, racing through the sorghum field throughout the weekend.
Among those to explore the maze was Brooks High School teacher Sarah Shimmin and her family.
Mrs Shimmin said the living creation, sculpted into the shape of a poppy, was an ideal chance to value-add to her teaching.
‘‘I thought I would come out and have a look,’’ she said.
‘‘The centenary of Anzac is part of the grade 9 curriculum … it’s a chance to have a day out and do some research on the side.’’
A series of 10 information posts are planted throughout the maze, each giving participants information about the Anzacs and clues for a secret word.
Maze owner Anna Clark said she had been surprised by the amount of exposure their creation received.
Mrs Clark said the maze not only gained attention from Australian media, but its image was being broadcast across the world.
‘‘BBC World used it for their front page on the web, since then it’s gone everywhere,’’ she said.
Mrs Clark said she believed it was picked up due to international interest about the Anzac centenary and was featured in other countries such as Singapore and Israel.
For more information about the maze, go to www.ruperts
Trevor Shimmin, Emily Lewandowski-Timson, Charlotte Masters, 2, and Sarah Shimmin, all of Launceston, enjoy the Rupertswood Farm Maze. Picture: MARK JESSER
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