UPDATE: It took the team behind the Kennington snowperson seven hours to see their plan through.
After leaving Bendigo at 10pm on Saturday, Ben Matthews and his daughter Beth, 11, along with two of Ben's mates drove to Mount Macedon where they pushed what little snow had settled there together and shoveled it into their trailer.
They then backed their load up to the bakery at Kennington Village and constructed their snow person before heading home at 5.15am.
Ben said the group decided to create their work so people who had never seen snow could get a glimpse of it.
"That's what it's about, some kids don't get the opportunity to see snow," he said.
"If it happened tonight, we would have put it at a school. As soon as we heard there was a cold front coming, we were going to go and get snow. My daughter, Beth, was all excited.
"I've done this years and years ago, back in Benalla when I was living there. It's just good to see kids go and re-build it all."
When the crew arrived at Macedon, snow hadn't settled as much as they hoped.
"It wasn't snowing heavily and the snow was dirty because there wasn't enough to get it off the grass and the (snow on the) bitumen was relatively clean.
"We had three shovels and a leaf rake, which we were using like a bulldozer. We cooked party pies and cinnamon donuts in the travel oven and made a night of it."
The final touches of sultanas for eyes came from the baker, Ben said.
"I realised the baker was a bit concerned so I gave him a wave," Ben said.
"After he'd worked out what we were doing, I knocked on the window and gave him a wave goodbye, he came and opened the door, so I asked for sultanas for the eyes."
Whenever the next snowfall happens in central Victoria, Ben plans on installing a snowperson somewhere in the region.
"If it snows long enough, we would do something again," he said.
EARLIER: A cool customer visited Kennington Village on Sunday morning.
This snowperson was created by three men in the early hours of Sunday morning.
Staff member Adam said the baker working the early shift noticed the men busy at work at 4am.
The three men were committed to their cause, transporting the snow used for the snowperson from Macedon.
"All we know is it was three blokes who came here about 4am and started building," Adam said. "Our baker said they came into the bakery to get some sultanas for the eyes.
"They just thought it would be a nice thing for the kids. It took them about an hour and they had gone up to Macedon to get the snow.
"Quite a few people were here having a squiz on Sunday."
Snow fell across Victoria at the weekend with residents in Mount Alexander, Redesdale and Mandurang visiting fresh falls on Sunday.
Mount Macedon also had a blanket of snow with hundreds of people visiting areas to catch a glimpse of it.
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