Saturday 6th April 2019 - Gates open at 2pm

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Dear guests, upon arrival to the festival site, please come by the ECHO Rego (legend map coming soon) to be stamped and to collect your ECHO goodie bag. 

Set up your tent if camping the night and acquaint yourself with the main ECHOasis site between the old Gala Mill and the beautiful Swan River .

The first tastings and music will commence from 3pm onward, with a Welcome to Country at 4:30pm and the Native Feast starting at 5:30pm.

The Chef's Native Bounty Feast + oyster and abalone demonstrations

An oyster and abalone presentation will be followed by the Chef's Native Bounty Feast. Prepared and cooked by Head Chef Sean Keating from Piermon't

Homestead Restaurant.  The feast includes a selection of cheeses, olives and breads, oysters, abalone, wallaby, lamb, and pepper berry marshmallows.

NATIVE BOUNTY FEAST

(*included in the ticket price)
**Please advise us if you are vegetarian or vegan and we can make arrangements

 

The Table
Rusted sourdough breads, Piermont Retreat olives
Charcuterie, Chimichurri of local sea herbs

 
Oysters
Natural, Calendula Flower Vinegar, Calendula Flower 
Barbequed in the Shell over Coals with olive oil

 
Abalone in Shell
With beach sea herb salad and Wakame dressing

 
Ash Roasted Wallaby
Pepper berry Roasted onions, pickled Walnuts, bush raisin dressing

 
Asado
Fire Pit slow cooked Lamb, late harvest Tomato salad Solera Dressing

 
The Table
Cheeses, Dried fruits, breads

To Finish 
Pepperberry Marshmallows

Welcome to Country and Storytelling...

Local wines, gin and whisky presentations...

Live music...

With Melbourne's Jacuzzi Masterpiece and Tassie's own Christopher Coleman, DENNI, Dj Lushpaul, Dj Masterbedroom and Emily Sanzaro

Sunday 7th April 2019 - until 1pm

Grape stomping - 'The Great Eastern Ferment'

Squish the juice out of the grapes with your own bare feet! Presented by Spring Vale, the juice will be turned into ECHO Vino for a 2020 released at next year's festival!

A French Brunch, River Cleanse and Croquet on lawn...

Sleep in for an hour longer as we turn back the clocks and wake to the smell of fresh coffee being brewed at the Combi Coffee Van.

Now you've kick-started the engines, fuel up with Sophie's French brunch whilst Richie concocts some recovery cocktails!

Following The Great Eastern Ferment, dip your grape stained toes into the water as we pay our respects to the Swan River - or stay on the banks for a surprise performance...

Finally, we'll make our way across to Glen Gala for a spot of Croquet on Lawn.

Finishing up at 1pm, why not head to one of the local Vineyards for a tasty lunch before making your way home feeling enriched and full... of ECHO love x

The $195 ticket price includes the Chef’s Native Bounty Feast (dinner), plus your local wines, gin, whisky and shellfish presentations & tastings + entertainment and activities.
*Additional drinks and breakfast on Sunday not included
** Please let us know if you are vegetarian or vegan via the 'contact page' and we will arrange alternatives :)

$20 camping ticket sold separately.  Amenities include toilets and showers.  Please bring your own tent or van. Oh, and wear warm clothes and sturdy shoes!

$20 pp return trip from Swansea area the Gala ECHOasis festival site - available via the ticket link.
 

$20 pp return trip from Swansea area the Gala ECHOasis festival site - available via the ticket link.

Please contact the driver Paul directly on  p.0438 450 834 for pick up from you Swansea area accommodation -

the shuttle service will operate pick ups until midnight on Saturday night.

We recommend booking your accommodation at http://piermont.com.au/
For other Swansea accommodation please visit:
https://eastcoasttasmania.com/where-to-stay/accommodation/