Old trees are to become pieces of art at the Gardens Caravan Park in Port Fairy.
Moyne Shire Council has enlisted artist Mark Rosenbrock to turn trees that once stood in the park into carvings and sculptures.
Moyne Shire acting director, economic development and planning, Adam Boyle said the works would cost council $10,000.
"The Gardens Caravan Park has had several old tree stumps and trunks that had been left on site for over a decade, being used as barriers and general climbing features," he said.
"The Gardens Caravan Park team has created a plan to give these old tree stumps new life. The tree stump carving project is funded from the Gardens Caravan Park Reserve as part of our improvement works at Council-owned caravan parks."
Rosenbrock began work on the trees on November 8 and is expected to be finished by December 10.