Rose Turtle Ertler has a passion for words.
It's what has encouraged her to spend the last five years embarking on an immersive investigation into the power of positivity through her travelling complimentary caravan.
The idea is simple: travel to a new place, meet with the locals and collect audio from them expressing compliments to their loved ones. This audio is then shared anonymously in the caravan for visitors to be immersed in words of affection, support and "relentless positivity".
Hand written notes are also posted all over the caravan, carrying compliments from the town.
It's amazing the responses she sees, Ms Ertler said.
"It sometimes overwhelms people, they get a bit emotional even though the compliments are specifically for the listener," she said.
In October, Ms Ertler will be taking her caravan to Smithton, where she is taking part in the CHArts festival.
Already she's spent some time over in Circular Head collecting compliments, but is still seeking more - including for a new activity, where she has plans for the compliments to "rain down" over the region.
"I'm trying a new little thing called the 'casting of compliments'," she said. "I've borrowed (a number of) megaphones, and I'm trying to gather up a bunch of people in Smithton to come to ANZAC Park."
There, marching up the hill and at the peak, she will read out compliments written in from Smithton residents.
"The idea is they're being spread out in the atmosphere and will rain down."
Anyone who would like to take part is encouraged to reach out to Ms Ertler. Boxes around Smithton can also be found at various retailers and the library for handwritten compliments, to be donated to the cause anonymously.
The complimentary caravan will be at Smithton on Saturday, October 2.