There is about 1,700 people living in this coutry town.
Esk is named after the Esk River in Scotland and England.
There is limited shopping in Esk, however, there is a small Supermarket, Coffee Shop, Take a way, Petrol, Swimming Pool, and a few other shops to get you by without going to a larger town for supplies.
We have often gone through Esk in our travels but never stayed there till winter 2019.
When our youngest son his ex-wife and their children lived on the Sunshine Coast (6 years), (they live in Tasmania now) we always went through Esk as it was quicker. (This son lives with us now and our home his children's second home).
Photos are of part of the town which I took one very hot morning, it was just over 40 deg C, (104 F).
Coming from a temperature of about 24 degC to that heat was rather exhausting. We mostly stayed under the awing which was under a big tree at the caravan park.
Entry into town and some shops, most are pokey in that building.
Top one shows a picnic area and the bottom one leads to the caravan park.
Other side of the road the view of the footpath and ceiling in the IGA supermarket.
It's not often you see a ceiling like that these days.