Aussie rock icon Daryl Braithwaite pays Bunbury Farmer’s Market a visit

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Daryl Braithwaite enjoyed getting lost in Bunbury’s ‘IKEA’
Camera IconDaryl Braithwaite enjoyed getting lost in Bunbury’s ‘IKEA’

Tourists and locals visiting the Bunbury Farmers Market on May 23 would have found themselves struggling to stop humming “that’s the way it’s gonna be, little darlin’” after rock legend Daryl Braithwaite came riding through.

Best known for his hit Horses, which has made a resurgence as a music festival anthem, the Australian music legend paid the tourist hotspot a visit during his recent travels south and took to social media to share his love for the business.

“You West Australians probably already know this,” he wrote on Facebook.

“On our drive to Leeuwin Estate on Sunday (May 23) we stopped off at the Bunbury Farmers Market. What a great place, it is based on the design of IKEA.”

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