25 September 2013

It's Showtime!

Made fresh by Brownes Dairy, and filed under General

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It may only be September, but with just 3 sleeps until the Perth Royal Show, we reckon it already feels more like Christmas.

It goes without saying, the Royal Show is one of our favourite events of the year. Not only are we able to showcase our range of award-winning products, but more importantly, we get to meet you – our customers, friends and fellow West Australians. 

For most visitors to the Claremont Showgrounds these school holidays, a trip to Brownes Dairy Pavilion is top of their to-do list. Here people can sample our iconic Chill and Shake N Shake flavours, as well as taste Brownes delicious yoghurt range. Just make sure you leave room for all the other tasty food at the show!

But in true Royal Show spirit, the fun doesn’t end there! Inside the IGA Pavilion, Perth celebrity chef Herb Faust will be cooking up a storm with Brownes products made by local farmers right here in Western Australia. Visitors will also have the opportunity to sample the newest flavours in Brownes’ West N Fresh gourmet yoghurt range and try our revamped juice varieties. So why not pop in and say hello to Herb and the rest of the Brownes team.

Not only is the Royal Show a great family day out, but it’s also a chance for the kids to learn something – and that’s exactly what they’ll do inside the Farm 2 Food Pavilion. Here, youngsters will be able to try their hand at milking on one of our specially-built replica cows.

It’s the perfect way to learn about how milk reaches the supermarket shelf and will also provide a lasting memory of the time they became a real-life dairy farmer!

For those who don’t want to get their hands dirty, daily milking demonstrations will be held at the Brownes Milking Station, just like we’ve been doing for decades.  

So if you’re heading down to the Claremont Showgrounds anytime from September 28 – October 5, stop in to Brownes Town and say g’day to the whole Brownes team. We can’t wait to see you!  

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