The dead end siding has previously been a crossing loop but the up end points were removed after a derailment.
In my younger days I can vaguely remember a small station building and some kind of goods siding but it appears to have never had any grain bunker, unlike some other nearby stations .
This station is served by a gravel road running south from a secondary main road that runs through the remains of a village that consists of a church and a few scattered houses. This appears to have definitely been more of a place when gold was to be found thereabouts.
On the narrow bitumen road there is a V/line bus stop to substitute for the passenger trains that no longer serve the nearby station. I doubt if the bus stops at this location more than once in a blue moon.