Geeveston is one of those rare towns that celebrates its historic reason for existence on nearly every street corner.
Geeveston is a model example of how a town, devastated by the departure of a major industry, can with real creativity, find a new life and revitalise itself.
Historically, Geeveston was a timber town.
Today, Geeveston is a town driven by tourism. It is a triumph with every street featuring statues of local people carved out of timber; with shops and businesses in the town thriving on tourism; with an outstanding Forest & Heritage Centre; and with the remarkable Tahune Airwalk being proudly promoted as "the longest tall tree walk in the world."