“You don’t pass through Mansfield,” says Neville Jones, who has been visiting the northeast Victorian high country town for the past 20 years. “Mansfield was the terminus of the railway until it closed in 1977 but has flourished despite being at the end of the line.

People are attracted to Mansfield for its own sake. They go there because they like the place.” Neville shows us a few of the reasons why in this short video.