This part of Victoria is lovely, with undulating ground and miles and miles of pine and bluegum plantations. The houses are modest (some are known as 'fishermen's shacks') and there is a pub, small store, post office and not much else.
We nearly died when we got there as there would have been 60 to 80 rigs parked there for the Easter Break. Luckily there was plenty of room and lots of well behaved happy campers, probably because there is not much there to attract the hoon element! Camping is free, but the community request a donation for the upkeep of the carvings.
While the buildings and natural attractions are great, we again noted the town having couple of downsides, notably the creosote stench from the timber mill on the East side and a population that does not seem overly friendly to tourists.