The ‘Timber Town’ of Heyfield is situated 37km from Sale in the centre of Wellington Shire, and is a gateway to the Alpine National Park. Heyfield has a very rich timber industry and is home to the largest sawmill in the Southern Hemisphere, which is the principal source of hardwood for Victoria.
A pleasant rural township with a population of just over 2,000, Heyfield is situated on the Thomson River and services the timber, dairy and tourism industries. Thousands of tourists visit Lake Glenmaggie and the natural bushland located near Heyfield each year.
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