Heather and the team are in Tasmania this episode, visiting Scottsdale in the island‚Äôs north east. It‚Äôs a former timber town in a valley of rich, alluvial soil. However, after losing two major sawmills, a milk factory and a vegetable processing plant, the area‚Äôs unemployment figures doubled. With the only options to move or to innovate, locals started searching for alternatives. Now an unlikely combination of beer, golf and perfume are amongst the locally-driven tourism and agriculture initiatives that are revitalising the community. They‚Äôve even created their own, new tourist attraction! While other communities might have a Big Banana or Big Pineapple, a local resident carved the Big Thumb from a fallen tree. It now sits proudly at the entrance to the town.