Brunswick Junction

In the heart of dairying country known as the “Cream of the South West”, Brunswick Junction was named after an English duke of the late 1800s.

Brunswick Junction is set amid rolling hills and lush green dairy pastures. An extensive network of irrigation channels keeps the pastures green all year round. A replica of a Friesian cow stands proudly in the centre of town, as a tribute to the major industry of the area. Nicknamed Daisy, the Cow On The Corner – Daisy has become the town’s mascot.

First established as a railway junction with a line from Collie coalfield, Brunswick Junction is steeped in history. Now with the Harvey Shire population of 25,000, this tranquil town has a population of 895 and it comes to life in springtime, with the largest one-day agricultural show in country Western Australia. This show is held in late October annually.

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