The answer is Gould.
Four days after the running of the famous last train to Erica on the 25th June 1954, 7A and 7NBC journeyed out to Gould to pick up a rake of NQR wagons that hadn't been collected by the train from Erica - presumably because the train from Erica was overloaded and/or it had been running late, the crew had run out of kerosene for the lamps and it was pitch dark. The locals dubbed this last run on the line the Gould Express. (Vide Rails to Old Walhalla by Nick Anchen, especially the reminiscence by Jim Rae.)
Gould had a refreshment facility run by a local grocer (I shan't recount the "blue ointment" story here.) The siding was installed in about 1916, and about that time, tanks were installed, as Gould became the watering stop replacing Tyers River. A tramway (Brown's?) ran from the siding.
A tramway (was that also Brown's) crossed the main line via an overhead bridge just north of Gould.
So it's over to is hbedriver.