Mini Dig at Dig This
- Price $20.00
- Duration 10 Minutes
- Age limit 5 & over
The best things come in small and stationary packages. Our mini diggers offer the perfect introduction to the world of heavy machinery. Suitable for the young and young-at-heart, put a mini digger through its paces and try your hand at digging, dumping, and a giggle-worthy challenge involving our ‘duck pond’.
Mini Digs are available daily, prior bookings are recommended:
- Every Mini Dig experience is hosted by a supportive Dig This team member. We will be on-hand to help you, or your little one, in their quest to conquer the ducks
- All Mini Dig experiences are offered on a 1.7-tonne stationary digger We have four Mini Diggers on-site
- All Mini Dig participants must be 5 years or older but we also have a sandpit on-site for the little ones
- Mini Digs are suitable for guests with disabilities. Talk to us about how you can get involved
Dig This Invercargill is an outdoor experience but light layers are recommended in the cabs as they can get pretty toasty.
Mini Digs are hosted outside (no cabs), warm clothing is recommended on cold days.
All Dig This participants must be wearing closed-toe footwear.
All children under the age of 14 must be supervised by a guardian during their time at Dig This.
All participants will be breath-tested on-site (excluding Mini Dig). We have a zero-tolerance policy and refunds will not be given if participants fail this test.
Your safety is paramount. All experiences are fully instructed on-field and include a classroom orientation (excluding Mini Dig).
Participants must have a good comprehension of spoken English.
Want more detail about our rides or packages? Send us your enquiry.
Our friendly Dig This team is always
on hand and happy to help. If you
would like to chat, please contact 0800 151 252 (ext. 3) or reach out
via our digital chat assistant below.
“Awesome morning with the family. Great instruction & a friendly atmosphere. Loved it! ”Sonia, New Zealand
“My daughter & two nephews tried a mini dig & had so much fun. A highlight of our trip”Sarah, Japan
“What to do on a rainy school holiday? Play in the mud! Can not believe the kids picked it up so easily”Mike, Bluff, New Zealand