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Beautiful old hall in the heart of Old Junee. 'Abundance, co-operation and thriving together'.
Operating on solar, the hall also boasts a playground, kitchen facilities, toilet amenities, air conditioned supper room, main hall with stage (and fans), ample parking.
Seats 120 people max. Available to hire year round.
The Festival is a community-organised major event which has contributed to the local economy; driving growth, expenditure and showcasing local businesses.
From its inauguration in 2008, the Festival program has grown and so has its attendance from 2,000 to 4,000 in five years and was also the winner of the NSW Inland Tourism Festival Award for 2014.
Each year the Festival delivers its beloved rail and rhythm themed activities but continues to grow by creating new and innovative activities that broadens the market.
The Junee Ex-Services Womens Bowling Club has been in operation for more than 50 years. Bowls are held twice weekly on Tuesday's and Thursday's with twilight bowls also held on Thursday nights for both women, men and children above 12 years of age.
Members and visitors of the Junee Ex-Services Club are welcome and encouraged to play social bowls at anytime and bowls can be provided by the club.
Junee Brass Band Inc manages the Junee Town Band and the Junee Community Choir.
Junee Town Band is a community band made up of instrumentalists who live in and around Junee and get together to enjoy playing music. The band provides music for various town events each year including Australia Day, Anzac Day, Rotary Markets, the Junee Show and Christmas Carols. It also competes in the Leeton and Wagga Eisteddfods, always coming away with several prizes.
Junee Community Choir is a mixed choir (SATB), which sings a wide range of music from 14th century to the present day, in a number of languages. The choir performs with Junee Town Band for local events such as Australia Day and Christmas celebrations. It sings regularly at the Rotary Markets, and visits aged care residences in both Junee and Wagga.
Visitors are most welcome to sit in for rehearsals and performances for both band and choir.
The Junee Broadway Museum houses a collection of memorabilia and information about Junee's history.
We are located in the heritage building that once was the Broadway Hotel built in 1914 of which almost every room is now housing artefacts from Junee and surrounding villages. There is also an extensive range of machinery and equipment which is located in two large sheds and in the grounds of the museum.
Our members are dedicated to preserving the history of Junee and surrounds for visitors and locals to view for many years to come.
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