Not a lot - it seems to be rather obscure.
It was on the Bairnsdale-Orbost line between Tostaree and Waygara, and only a very short distance from Tostaree. If you go into Victorian Railway Maps 1860 - 2000
on the http://www.vrhistory.com
website, you will find it shown on the 1930 map.
According to the http://www.trainsandtrams.com
, it opened on the 4th September 1926 (the same day as Newmerella), became R.M.S.P. No. 22 on the 22nd October 1928 and closed on the 23rd November 1931 (the same day that Claybank opened). The Orbost passenger service ceased on the 29th April 1935. (A word of warning here - the aforementioned website gives dates of commencement and cessation of passenger services
rather than opening and closure of the stations outright, so I'm making an assumption that the station actually opened and closed in 1926 and 1931.)
The V.R. Annual Report for the year ended 30th June 1927 recorded 20 passenger journeys and no goods, so I'm assuming passenger congestion would not have been an issue.