Police have seized a large amount of drugs, including ice, ecstasy and marijuana, during a drug raid at a Howlong home.
The Clarke Street property was targeted by about a dozen officers on Thursday morning.
Police had been keeping watch on the house and its occupants since June.
The raids were not linked, but Detective Chief Inspector Winston Woodward said dealers should be "very nervous at the moment".
Three residents were taken into custody at the Howlong home.
A large amount of ice, pills and cannabis was found, along with two tasers and other items.
The trio - men aged 35 and 49 and a 37-year-old woman - hadn't been charged, but Detective Chief Inspector Woodward said it would be alleged drugs were dealt from the house.
Police had used information from members of the public.
"We've been watching the property ... overt and covert techniques have been used to bring the result today," he said.
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"It's a great result for the community members of Howlong.
"The drug ice is a terrible one and we're trying to do our best to stem that flow."
Police were assessing the information and seized items on Thursday afternoon.
Detective Inspector Woodward said sadly, the raids were unlikely to have a significant impact on the availability of methamphetamine.
But he said police were doing their best to limit supply.
"The effect the drug ice can have on a small rural town, we've all seen it before," he said.
"I've worked in other places where these rural towns do get highly affected.
"The impact it has on the community is great."
Detective Inspector Woodward encouraged people with information about drug trafficking to contact police.
"I hate the drug," he said of meth.
"I've seen the devastation of what it can do to a number of people.
"And it's not just young people, there are middle aged people taking the drug and they are also being affected."
Neighbours watched on as the raid was conducted.
The home was covered by security cameras.