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Interested in becoming a sponsor?
Our show attracts approximately 15,000 local, country and overseas visitors and exhibitors to Rushton Park in Kelmscott for a celebration that has been an annual family treat for generations of Kelmscott and surrounding district residents. This success generates considerable positive media attention, representing a unique opportunity for exposure by the business sector to its local community. We are a non-profit organisation run by volunteers.
Sponsorship enquiries can be made to the Sponsorship Coordinator and package information is available here.
Brownes Dairy is proud to partner with Kelmscott Agricultural Society at the Make Smoking History Kelmscott Show. Since 1886 generations of West Australians have grown up enjoying our fresh locally sourced dairy products.
Many of our loyal customers are from the Kelmscott and surrounding area’s so it makes it makes perfect sense to come and be part of the Make Smoking History Kelmscott Show.
Brownes has always focussed on providing the highest quality, best tasting dairy products.
As part of this we recently reformulated our entire yoghurt range to deliver..
All natural ingredients
Free of artificial colours, flavours and preservatives
Live cultures with real fruit pieces
Thick & Creamy stirred yoghurt
Gluten & Gelatin Free
And of course made only in WA from freshest WA milk
So come along to our Brownes Yoghurt caravan and try some if you haven’t already.
Meet our friendly staff who actually help make our yoghurts – we want to talk with you!
At the Brownes Milking Station come along to the various sessions throughout the day to see live milking and an informative talk on what it takes for dairy products to go from farm to your fridge.
Farmer Damian will also offer you the chance to do some milking - so don’t be shy give it a go!
Look forward to seeing you at the Make Smoking History Kelmscott Show