Brunswick Junction is a town in the South-West of Western Australia, straddling South-West Highway in between Perth and Bunbury. The town is well known for its annual show, the Brunswick Agricultural Show. It is one of the largest in Australia, with over 15,000 visitors.
The periphery of the town along with the main strip running through it is decorated by scrap metal cows. A large statue named Daisy stands testament to the dairy industry in the region.
The Peters Creamery building takes up a significant portion of the view when entering or leaving the town at the south. Activity with milking trucks show its modern day use.
Many heritage buildings litter the town. It is most certainly one of the nicer main streets to take a walk through.
The Brunswick River runs through the northern end of the town. It used to be a common to see kids swimming in the dam, but modern times have discouraged it.
As with most towns along the South-Western Highway, trains regularly pass through carrying heavy freight.