The world’s largest chocolate waterfall!

Chocolate lovers’ wildest fantasies are now coming true with the launch of the largest chocolate waterfall in the world.   Made from 400kg of chocolate descending in a mere five seconds and 4.5m wide, the new sweet attraction is part of Panny’s Amazing World of Chocolate, the world’s first interactive chocolate exhibition on iconic Philip Island, 90 minutes south of Melbourne. In addition, Panny’s Amazing World of Chocolate features a Chocolate Art Gallery, including a two-metre chocolate statue of Michelangelo’s David and a chocolate painted version of Edward Munch’s expressionist piece The Scream, as well as a 4.8m village coming complete with buildings, street houses and landscaping, all constructed out of chocolate.

Chocoholics will also be able to savour a multitude of quirky sweet treats such as Vegemite (the Australian version of marmite), Wasabi and Cola flavoured chocolate delights, while those interested in the processes of chocolate making, an educational exhibition on cocoa plantations and trees; a demonstration on the whole deliciously sinful process is also on show.

Comments (3)

  1. irene says:

    only in australia – mind you i cannot get my head around vegemite flavoured chocolate – definitely not for me!

  2. Savannah says:

    I would love to have chocolate fountains at my wedding. That would be so awesome

  3. Karen Scammell says:

    Mmmm “Wasabi and Cola flavoured chocolate delights” intrigue me :)

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