Check out Australia’s 2015 LEGENDAIRY Capital communities in this special online documentary.
104 LEGENDAIRY towns nominated their communities for the title of Australia’s LEGENDAIRY Capital in 2015. Nominations open again in February 2017…save the date!
Celebrating our LEGENDAIRY regional communities
The entire community of Stanhope in Victoria’s Goulburn Valley got behind the 2015 LEGENDAIRY Capital nomination…it’s amazing what dairy communities can achieve together!
Find out all the details you need to know about Australia's Legendairy Capital and read through our FAQs to help you with your nomination.
Stanhope is not just a group of people connected by geography, but a LEGENDAIRY spirit that can be seen through various community groups and teams.
It may only be home to 600 people but Comboyne has a long and colourful LEGENDAIRY history.
Situated on the South Gippsland Highway, Meeniyan is a small but proud dairy community that says it relies on its farming community to prosper.
Located 340 km north-west of Brisbane, Monto has been a dairy farming town since the early 1920s.
Northcliffe was founded in 1924 with the principal purpose of becoming a 'dairy town' through the WA state government's Group Settlement Scheme.
Home to less than 1,000 residents, the dairy industry is an important part of the Peterborough community on a number of levels, locals say.
With a long history of dairy farming, Port Elliot is home to more living legends than anywhere else, they say.
The locals of Smithton, Tasmania, say there’s no town better suited to be Australia’s LEGENDAIRY Capital than theirs.
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