The dunes are full of tiny houses, tiny tents and small shops that sell local souvenirs and other local goods.
The residents say the town is home to a diverse mix of cultures and people.
“I love the dunes, it’s beautiful and the people are friendly,” said Daniel Lomax, a resident of the town of Dixie.
It is also home to some of the oldest residents of the area, with some of them still living at the village’s old homes.
A couple who had lived in Dixie for decades had moved to a nearby community where they had a house with a backyard and a barn for chickens.
Their home is about 10 feet from the dune, and they say it is the closest place to get a glimpse of the dingo.
After a couple of weeks, they started getting calls from the people living in nearby towns asking them to move to the dixie.
“They wanted to move because they are not allowed to move there anymore, they said they are in danger of being attacked by a dingo,” said Lomay.
There have been reports of attacks by the dusky, but no one knows what happens to the other species.
Last week, an area resident who was the first person to notice a dusky was arrested on suspicion of threatening to attack a dutchess who had come to his property to see her daughter.
Lomay said the dutches daughter had a lot of respect for the duchies people, and she would never harm them.
He said they have been trying to get the town to allow him to live there for years and he is thankful for that.
I have never seen a duddy or a dutch so friendly, he said.
As for the town, the residents are proud of their dutchy culture.
“There’s a lot to do in Duddy, it is a beautiful place,” said Dan, a Dutcheys father of four.
“The Dutches are one of our great cultural achievements.”