Formed in 1965, and originally known as Harvey Brunswick, the Harvey Brunswick Leschenault (HBL) Lions compete in the South West Football League.
Brunswick Oval, George Avenue, Brunswick Junction
Brunswick Junction is a town in the South West of WA along the South Western Highway, located between Harvey and Bunbury. The Brunswick River which runs just north of the town was most probably named after the Duke of Brunswick (1771 – 1815), a German prince. Brunswick Junction is mainly known today for dairying, to which a large Friesian cow (nicknamed Daisy) stands testament in a park in the centre of town. Peters Creameries produces milk products, butter and cheese from nearby dairy farmers.
1960, 1974-75, 1990-91-92-93, 2007, 2010