New dairy set to make an impact

By Mal Gill
Updated June 20 2019 - 2:18pm, first published June 27 2015 - 12:00pm
An artist's concept of the new Bannister Downs’ integrated dairy, creamery and tourist facility proposal showing the public car park in front, public entrance on the far left and the double-storey administration and public area, including viewing gallery, cafe and sampling area, curving around the adjacant milking area at the rear, processing plant and loading bays.Picture: Bosske Architecture
An artist's concept of the new Bannister Downs’ integrated dairy, creamery and tourist facility proposal showing the public car park in front, public entrance on the far left and the double-storey administration and public area, including viewing gallery, cafe and sampling area, curving around the adjacant milking area at the rear, processing plant and loading bays.Picture: Bosske Architecture

A UNIQUE greenfields “grass-to-gate” combined dairy, creamery and tourist facility proposed for Northcliffe, Western Australia, is destined to change the state's dairy industry by putting its operations on public view.

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