There's a TikTok star in town.
Racking up over 14,000 followers on the social media platform, Mila Lukashenko's humour and unique take on Goulburn and rural Australia makes her a very popular creator.
The Bunnings employee started her TikTok account in May last year and, in a video, said she was surprised with her constant increase in fans.
"When I first started Tiktok, I didn't think much about it and didn't think my videos would have any views at all," Ms Lukashenko said.
"Now I have so many comments and so many people writing good things.
"I have even been recognised on the street a few times.
"I instantly go red, just like my Bunnings uniform, and don't know how to react."
Originally from the Ukraine, the 35-year-old creates a wide range of content for her page including food videos and comedic videos where she talks about the misunderstandings she has with her colleagues due to her "thick" accent.
In one video, she explains that she likes her Weet-Bix the way she likes congee and gives a demonstration.
She puts a bit of hot water, soy sauce and a bit of cheese in a bowl and mixes it together.
She also loves making dance videos, not only with herself, but with anyone who recognises her on the street.
You can search Mila Lukashenko on TikTok using the handle @mi.la.lu.
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