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Moora is on our map!

August , 2016, By Admin

We got our first ever love note from a secret admirer at the Dowerin Field Days! The annual two-day event is a mainstay in the calendar for many in the Wheatbelt and across WA alike. Record crowds flocked to the otherwise small country town to learn about the latest innovations in agriculture and catch up with industry colleagues and mates.

Moora Citrus partnered with the Shire of Moora to exhibit some of our shire’s greatest assets – our oranges and mandarins of course! We took a car load across from the orchard each day and event attendees were gifted their own juicy taste of Moora to keep the energy levels brimming as they wandered around.


After giving away hundreds of mandarins on the first day, we packed down the display for the night, leaving a handful of mandarins for the following day.

When we returned in the morning, we had been left the most delightful hand-written note, which read “Hi there, We came back for your delicious oranges. Many thanks. Moora is now on our map! :)”

Needless to say, we were tickled pink – or rather, orange!

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