Echo Farm, Mount Gambier

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  • Wonderful morning on the farm with farmer Bruce . The children really enjoyed the interactions with all the animals. The adults loved the morning tea 
    Wonderful morning on the farm with farmer Bruce . The children really enjoyed the interactions with all the animals. The adults loved the morning tea  more »
  • A wonderful experience for the whole family! Bruce and Linda are very welcoming and the animals are very friendly. Our family chose the guided tour with morning tea. Bruce took us around showing us.....  more
    A wonderful experience for the whole family! Bruce and Linda are very welcoming and the animals are very friendly. Our family chose the guided tour with morning tea. Bruce took us around showing us.....  more »
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  • I went to this place before Christmas holidays and I was impressed to see how Bruce and Linda have done a remarkable job maintaining and running this farm with their full time jobs. Bruce and Linda guided us all the way on our tour and helped us feed all the animals in their farm. The animals are greatly well taken care of and the bond between the owner and the pets seems very connected, loving and strong. The homemade scones and jam with plunger coffee are a must try if you love scones. The scones were lovely with delicious homemade jam. I would recommend this farm to all the people of all age groups. Thank you Bruce and Linda.
  • My friends and I had such a nice time here. Linda was such a lovely host. We went on the self-guided tour and high tea after. Once we arrived, she gave us grain and leaves to feed the sheep, pigs, chickens, goats, donkeys, and cow, and bull. It was a very relaxed time and we didn’t feel rushed at all. When we were ready, we were ushered to our table where high tea was prepared. It had such a beautiful backdrop of pink roses! Each person was provided a two-tiered stand of savoury and sweet puffs and pastries. I’d highly recommend the experience!

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