The WA Dairy Pavilion at this year’s IGA Perth Royal Show is guaranteed to be a highlight with great hands-on activities and cooking demonstrations by celebrity chefs, including Anna Gare and Sophie Budd, at the Parmalat Dairy Kitchen. Try your hand at latte art with expert baristas; participate in cow milking demonstrations; see how milk is turned into butter or roll up your sleeves and try your hand at bottle feeding our little dairy calves. This is your chance to experience a day in the life of a WA Dairy Farmer.
Step inside and sample the finest cheeses from local artisanal cheese makers; grab a toastie or take a load off your feet at the WAFarmersFirst Iona Dairy Café. For those with a sweet tooth, there’s award winning chocolate, fudge, artisanal ice-cream and decadent milkshakes on offer. It’s all about LEGENDAIRY experiences – sampling, shopping and great prizes to be won.
Join our celebrities in the WA DAIRY KITCHEN who share their hints and tips and how to create these mouth-watering recipes at home. Proudly sponsored by PARMALAT
09.30 Best ever breakfast and lazy morning brunch recipes to start your day.
10.30 Learn how to do latte art with champion Karvan baristas. It’s all in the milk.
12.00 Delicious, delectable dairy – awesome and easy recipes for you to make at home.
14.00 Prepare for Tea Time with divine, decadent , dairy creations. Indulge your sweet tooth!
15.30 Speciality cafe coffee you can make at home. The Karvan baristas show you how.
16.30 For cheese lovers – Cheesy recipes and how to prepare your own cheese board.
The Western Australian Farmers Federation (Inc) (WAFarmers) is the largest and most influential agricultural advocacy group in Western Australia. WAFarmers represents the voice of farmers throughout Western Australia and is continually working towards a more viable, profitable and sustainable future for the agricultural industry.
WAFarmersFirst is a brand created by the Western Australian Farmers Federation (WAFarmers) to help secure the future of the state’s farmers and their industries. A percentage from the sale of every WAFarmersFirst product goes back into industry, giving Western Australian consumers a tangible way to support local farmers.
There are currently two WAFarmersFirst products – milk, available in full cream and HiLo, and eggs, available in cartons of six and a dozen.