Cackleberries By Lashbrook Farm has gotten hands on these school holidays with a range of activities on offer for children.
The latest was a biscuit decorating workshop held by farm owner Anna Lashbrook, where close to 20 children aged between four and 12 got their hands sticky with icing to make their edible masterpieces.
"In the past, we've invited local producers, farmers, artists and have a huge variety of things to keep kids interested, basically lots of creative activities to get the local community involved," Mrs Lashbrook said.
The Lashbrook family have run their free range egg farm for six years, but the school holiday program only began last year.
"The classes stemmed from the tours we used to do around the farm here, where we found we were always attracting lots of kids," Mrs Lashbrook said.
"Unfortunately with new rules and regulations from the DPI we can no longer do tours around the eggs, so doing other activities like this is a great way to get kids involved with the farming experience at a safe distance."