Self Guided Visits
Entry Fee for Self-Guided Visits:
Includes food for animals & trail map:
Child (toddler to 16yo) $12
Family of 4 (maximum 2 adults) $48
BOOK your arrival time to ensure we are open. Pay with card or Paypal online or pay cash on the day.
Farm Open for Self-Guided Visits:
10am to 3pm, Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays, Mondays & most public holidays: Allow an hour for your visit. Last admittance 2.15pm, Gates close 3pm.
From 25 July, reopening Sunday 25 Sep 2022,
Christmas (25 & 26 Dec), Good Friday, ANZAC Day (until 12noon), and days of extreme weather.
High Tea or Nanna's Scones
Enjoy Nanna's home made scones, jam & cream served on vintage crockery during your self-guided visit. Book to ensure you don't miss out.
HIGH TEA is offered on selected Sundays for minimum 2 people - BOOK NOW. Private High Tea events for groups of 6 or more available at other times. Bookings essential (minimum 7 days notice).
Or bring your own picnic to enjoy onsite; please consider others and limit the time you utilise any space, and take your rubbish home with you.
A visit to Echo Farm is the perfect gift for young or old!
Purchase a gift card through our BOOK NOW page;
Click on your choice of experience, add the number of child or adult tickets, and then scroll down to "BUY GIFT CARD" instead of choosing a date.
PLEASE NOTE: Current Gift Cards must be redeemed by 24 July 2022.
Explore the farm on a small group guided tour offered most mornings - booking essential.
BOOK NOW tab has information & availability.
Larger groups & school classes welcome any day by arrangement. Please check our Groups page and contact us by phone or email to book.
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Suitable for all ages. It's a pioneer farm experience with animals, even grumpy teenagers, boyfriends and Grandpas enjoy it!
Bringing your toddler to enjoy a farm experience? Please purchase a ticket for them.
Farm paths are gravel or naturally formed, you may encounter some uneven ground when exploring.
Children must be under adult supervision at all times.
Our animals are friendly, but take care when feeding or patting them. They can't tell the difference between fingers & food so keep yours (and other body parts) away from their mouths!
All animals have germs. Wash your hands before putting hands to face.
Dress for outdoor weather conditions including covered walking shoes.
Please call to discuss wheel chair accessibility; unfortunately access to an area may be affected by weather for some wheelchairs.
Accessible toilet onsite.
Pets, glass, alcohol and smoking not permitted.
Small range of souvenirs, snacks & drinks available.
Animals still want to be fed when it's raining, so bring an umbrella, coat and suitable footwear. If it is hot, we suggest you visit early as animals, like us, may feel a bit lazy in the afternoon heat.
Covid safety - Please do not attend if feeling unwell and all visitors must comply with Covid restrictions and/or directions.
Thinking of visiting? Please book online - then either pay online or bring cash on the day. Paying online makes your Farm entry quicker and lets us be prepared for your visit.
EFTPOS available on site, however our card facilities are sometimes unavailable due to our "country internet" connection.