ECHO - East Coast Harvest Odyssey 

A festival of the senses

‘Odyssey’ - a long series of wanderings or adventures, especially when filled with notable experiences

 

ECHO is a regionally-based boutique festival celebrating the old and new traditions of harvest on the East Coast of Tasmania.

Presented over the weekend prior to Easter each year, ECHO is a curated program of experiences delivered at an idyllic riverside setting within the rural hamlet of Cranbrook, in wine country positioned between the seaside towns of Swansea and Bicheno.

ECHO is an event that brings diverse and high-end chefs, wine masters, storytellers, musicians, performance and installation artists, and scientists all together in one beautiful location. Tasmania’s East Coast is well known for its striking beaches, food and wine, and breathtaking views. But it’s also more than that. It is a place of stories, encounters, romance and treasures.

We look forward to welcoming you to ECHO xx

"The east coast of Tasmania is an incredible place to live.  We eat so well, we get together by the fire, enjoy the local tipples, and share stories.  We’re always having fun under the stars and we want to share that magic with everyone."

“This past year has not only starved us of artistic and cultural experiences, we’ve been deprived on a sensory level - touch, shared tastes, sounds, and scent.  ECHO warmly wakes us up, and takes us on a journey of exploration to reignite those senses”.

Ange Boxall
Founder & Creative Director

Photos from ECHO 2019 by Sarah Rhodes courtesy of Tourism Tasmania, or by Puddlehub

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