There are seven carvings at Echo Farm. Carved from cypress stumps left insitu, they represent a time line of Australian History. View the aborigine 'First Here', 'Exploring the Unknown', 'Settlers Children', 'Lighthorseman WWI', two figures which represent the Great Depression 'Making Do' and 'The Swaggie' and WWII soldier 'Goodbye Mate'.
Echo Farm also had a traditional children's playground, entry to which is a further $10.00 per family group. Here are old fashioned trikes to try out on a purpose built track , suitable for children up to 8 years or so, and hopscotch, hand tennis, stilts, hoops and goal throwing which the rest of the family can enjoy.
Limited snacks can be purchased on site but BYO picnic is welcome.