AUTHORITIES have confirmed "enquiries" are being made after a five-year-old boy was injured at Green Valley Farm last week and airllifted to hospital.
SafeWork NSW confirmed in a statement that it was aware of an incident which occurred at the amusement park near Tingha on December 30.
"SafeWork NSW is aware of the incident and is making enquiries," a spokesperson for the workplace health and safety regulator said.
"No further comment can be made at this time."
A five-year-old boy was hurt while he was "getting off a miniature rollercoaster" at the Jones Road property on the morning of December 30, an Ambulance NSW spokesman said at the time.
The spokesman said the boy was treated for a "significant leg injury".
The Westpac Rescue Helicopter Service was tasked after an emergency call, and the service confirmed the chopper airlifted the young boy from Inverell to Tamworth hospital. At the time, he was listed in a stable condition.
The Times approached Green Valley Farm, but it declined to comment.