The tiny town of Spoonville has been established in Golden Square.
The community of 15 spoons on the Bendigo Creek walk near Cooinda Park began when primary school teacher Maddy Vernon saw a similar project in Melbourne.
"I saw it on the news the week before and put two in - one with a top hat and one i a party dressed," she said. "I go past morning and night and even though I have a mask on, I am grinning from ear to ear when see (mre have been added).
"(During the first lockdown) I didn't do teddy bears in the window or the rainbow trail, so this time I thought I could do this. I wanted to do it sooner rather than later. The weather coming this week will be a test."
Ms Vernon said as a school teacher, she like to see kids getting involved in community projects like this.
"It would be awesome to get too 100 spoons," she said. "I have this really wacky idea that it would be cool if several spoon towns started every couple of hundred metres along the walking trail... under the overarching name of Spoon-digo."