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Brunswick Junction is a small suburb in Western Australia, located along the South Western Highway between Bunbury and Harvey. It is the center of dairying in the South West region.
Brunswick Junction was originally named as the Mue-De- La.
In 1830, John Septimus Roe surveyed the Brunswick River and was re-named after the Duke of Brunswick by Governor Stirling.
In 1842, Marshall Clifton decided to open the first farm in the suburb named Alverstoke. The farm produces barley, wheat, and potatoes. On the same year, a bridge connecting Brunswick and Harvey District was constructed to give settlers the access to the main community.
The Perth- Bunbury railway was finally established in 1893. There is no community in the suburb except for the Brunswick Farmer’s Association.
In 1989, 68 people lived in the Brunswick, 38 are males and 30 are females.
As part of the Royalties for Regions program, the town’s center underwent significant improvement in 2011.
Getting around Brunswick is a fun thing to do during your vacation. If you are just in the place and have time to visit beautiful attractions, make sure to drop on the Cow on the Corner- Daisy, a life-size replica of a Friesian cow; the White Rocks Dairy, the center of Brunswick Dairy Industry, the Brunswick Pool, ideal picnic spot for families and friends; and the Beela Valley, where you will see the lush farming country and beautiful flora.