'A Place Called Robertson' is a 71 minute documentary which celebrates a small Australian rural village. Two hours south of Sydney NSW, Robertson is perched on the edge of an escarpment 750 metres above the ocean. A Place Called Robertson is an exuberant and whimsical film that takes an affectionate look at the characters who live in a unique Australian country town. The values of these often quirky old-timers rub off on the newcomers who are seeking a tree change. And the new residents discover there is more to Robertson than just trees. Directed, photographed and edited by Tony Williams. Sound and Production by Anna Hewgill.