Junee Community Directory

1st Junee Scout Group
Description:

1st Junee Scout group has Cubs (8-11years) and Scouts (11-15 years) and meet weekly in Junee.

Today’s Cubs and Scouts can take part in an extraordinary variety of outdoor activities, from ‘traditional Scouting skills’ such as camping and bush craft, through to more extreme challenges such as abseiling, overnight hiking, rafting, canoeing, canyoning, snow activities and rock climbing!

Scouts also have the opportunity to become involved in:

  • leadership development
  • community service
  • environmental projects
  • and large-scale Australian events such as Cuborees and Jamborees.

Our youth led, adult supported approach ensures our youth members are always at the forefront of our program and gives them the platform to take a constructive place in society as responsible citizens and as members of their local community.

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A-Frame LED Display Boards
Description:

Rhythm n Rail have 10 LED Double-Sided A-Frame Display Frames that may be borrowed, free of charge, by Not-for-Profit Community and Sporting Groups based in Junee Shire.

Each kit consists of;

  • 1 x 100cm x 53cm Double-side A-Frame Display Frame, with LED Lights
  • 1 x 240V Power Adaptor
  • 1 x 12V Battery Pack
  • 2 x USB Controller (1 kit only has a single controller)
  • 1 x Remote Control
  • 1 x Power Power cable
  • 1 x Power Splitter cable
  • 8 x Thick Fluro Liquid Chalk Pens
  • 8 x Thin Fluro Liquid Chalk Pens

The LED lights are around the inner edges of the frames and can be set to a variety of colours and flashing patterns.

The boards can be powered using the included battery pack or direct from mains power using the supplied power adaptor. The boards can be used inside or outside -- as long as they don't get wet.

If you are looking for A4 sized double-sided Blackboards (or clear display stands) please check out the Display Accessories listing

Broadway Museum
Description:

Broadway Museum is home to the Junee Historical Society and the Junee Visitor Information Centre. The Museum houses exhibits about Junee and surrounding district and holds information about the town and region, as well as hosting regular craft and musical activities.

The Museum itself covers two floors in over 20 rooms as well as large sheds housing historic farm and rail machinery, plus a shady garden and courtyard. Themed rooms include exhibits of railway artifacts, war and military memorabilia, Victorian clothing, vintage toys, furniture, photographs and a complete 1930's style kitchen.

Coursing Park Tennis and Community Centre
Description:

Local tennis club and community centre where community can play tennis, hold information events and socialise. Encourage connection of local community and physical activity.

We hold tennis coaching for juniors twice a year, followed by social tennis for adults as well as working bees and a Christmas Party.

Dirnaseer Memorial Hall
Description:

The Dirnaseer Memorial Hall Committee oversees the use and maintenance of the historic Dirnaseer Memorial Hall which was built in 1925 by the soldier settlers of Dirnaseer and lies at the heart of the Dirnaseer farming community.

The Dirnaseer Hall is a NSW Crown Lands owned reserve which is used for community get-togethers including casserole nights and Christmas parties, private events including weddings and birthdays and as a meeting place for farming forums and local non-profit organisations including the Dirnaseer Rural Fire Brigade and local Girl Guides groups.

The Hall is located 37km north of Junee, 28km south-east of Temora and 36km west of Cootamundra.

The Dirnaseer Hall is renown for its old country charm and includes the original large corrugated iron hall with timber floors, the adjoining air-conditioned supper room extension, a large commercial air-conditioned kitchen and an undercover outdoor area and storeroom. The Hall is fully accessible with disability access ramps, disabled toilet and shower, and mens and womens toilets all located inside the Hall.

Surrounding the Hall is a large enclosed grassed area suitable for marquees and outdoor activities and there is ample parking available in the adjoining gravel carpark.

Directly across the road from the Dirnaseer Hall is the non-denominational Dirnaseer Community Church. The small timber church was built in the 1930's and is popular for weddings and christenings and is available for hire through the Dirnaseer Hall Committee.

The Dirnaseer Memorial Hall Committee volunteers organise cleaning and maintenance of the Dirnaseer Hall and Church as required and also plan and host local events for the community.

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Display Accessories, available through Rhythm n Rail
Description:

Rhythm n Rail have number of "Display Accessories" that may be borrowed, free of charge, by Not-for-Profit Community and Sporting Groups based in Junee Shire.

First, there are 12 x A4 Double-sided Blackboards, that are stored in Three seperate kits.
Each kit contains:

  • 4 x A4 Double-sided Blackboards
  • 16 x 5mm tipped Fluoro Markers
  • 1 x Microfibre Cleaning Cloth
  • Pencil case (storing the markers and cleaning cloth)
  • Plastic Storage Tub (storing the pencil case and blackboards)

Next, there are A4 clear perspex display stands

  • 10 x A4 Slanted Clear Display Stands -- Portrait
  • 10 x A4 Slanted Clear Display Stands -- Landscape
  • Plastic Storage Tub

Finally, there are A5 clear perspex display stands and A6 double-sided name plates

  • 10 x A5 Slanted Clear Display Stands -- Portrait
  • 10 x A5 Slanted Clear Display Stands -- Landscape
  • 20 x A6 Double-sided Clear Name Plates
  • Plastic Storage Tub

If you are looking for larger A-Frames (with LED Lighting), please check out the A-Frame LED Display Board entry

Eurongilly District Hall
Description:

The Eurongilly District hall has been a gathering point for the Eurongilly community for over 100 years. We are proudly continuing this tradition by working to maintain and restore our much loved hall.

We have active farmers classes, CWA, and regular community events held at the hall.

The space is also available for hire for private functions.

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Fitted Tablecloths
Description:

Rhythm n Rail have 40 Fitted Tablecloths that may be borrowed, free of charge, by Not-for-Profit Community and Sporting Groups based in Junee Shire.

Currently the following are available;

  • 10 x 6ft Black, 4-sided tablecloths
  • 10 x 6ft White, 4-sided tablecloths
  • 10 x 6ft Black, 3-sided tablecloths
  • 10 x 6ft White, 3-sided tablecloths

 

The 4-sided tablecloths are ideal for buffet tables and displays that are set in the middle of a room, or when you need hide stock or supplies under the trestle.

The 3-sided tablecloths are ideal for when you have people sitting behind the trestles for registration or ticketing tables; or for market stalls and trade shows when you need ready access to stock and supplies at the back, but a professional covering at the front and sides.

All the tablecloths are designed to fit standard 6ft trestles, like the 6ft Standard Blow Mould Trestle Table that is readily available from Bunnings. Their dimensions are 183cm (L) x 75cm (W) x 73cm (H-Front)

Other organisations, businesses and private functions may hire the tablecloths. Please contact Rhythm n Rail for pricing.

Gasworks Motorsport Inc
Description:

GasWorks MotorSport Inc is the Incorporated Entity to administer:

  • GasWorks Car Club Junee
  • GasWorks Youth Automotive Mentioning Junee
  • GasWorks Speedway Kart Club
  • GasWorks Driver Training
  • GasWorks Motorcycle Club
  • GasWorks/WSC Speedway Sedans Club
  • GasWorks Vintage Speedway at Illabo Motorsport Park

Licensed by the NSW Dept of Sport No 19-135. Sanctioned by Speedway Australia (SA) and The Australian Auto Sport Alliance (AASA).

Illabo Motorsport Park, which is located at the Illabo Showgrounds, is a speedway licensed venue through the NSW Department of Sport and Recreation and conducts events on a permit basis issued by the Governing Body Speedway Australia. It is a 390m oval dirt track known as the "SHEATHER CIRCUIT" on which Vintage Speedway Vehicle Demonstration events are held.

With Vintage Speedway events being operated on an event by event basis with a permit, issued by Speedway Australia, being the National Governing body for Australian Speedway.

Illabo Showground Land Manager
Description:

Manage the facilities at the Illabo Showground

The Illabo Showgrounds are available for bookings for Weddings etc. The hall can cater for up to 250 people with kitchen available

We also have an extensive out door area suitable for large scale horse events or camping with showers and powered sites available

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1080p HD, 6500 Lumen, Projector
Description:

Junee Community Network has a 6500 Lumen projector, along with a tripod stand and connection cables, available for not-for-profit community groups and sporting clubs, based, or operating, within Junee Shire to hire for community events and functions.

With 6500 lumens of brightness and a multiple coated lens, this projector effortlessly recreates images in super-vivid contrast, showing every subtle nuance and colour hue up to 150” while helping to alleviate eye strain thanks to the projector’s diffused light.

The projector supports 1080p (1920x1080) resolution natively, with two HDMI ports built-in (plus VGA, USB and Composite) allowing you connect most modern devices up, quickly and efficiently.

What's Included in the Projector Kit

  • 1 x Kogan 6500 HD Projector, with protective bag
  • 1 x 10m HDMI Cable
  • 1 x 2m HDMI Cable
  • 1 x 2m VGA Cable
  • 1 x 3.5mm AV to Composite Breakout Cable
  • 1 x 2m Power cable for Projector
  • 1 x Remote Control for Projector, with 2 AAA Batteries
  • 1 x Projector Stand and Tripod (with bag for tripod legs)
  • 1 x 15m Heavy Duty Triple Socket Extension Lead
  • 1 x Tactix Modular Rolling Toolbox

Hire Charges

Junee Community Network charges a nominal fee to hire our Projector Kit.

There is a substantial discount for any Community Group, or Sporting Club, with an active listing on the Junee Community Directory. To have your organisation listed on the Directory, please register now.

Junee Community Network can also supply AV Technicians to help setup your Audio Visual equipment prior to your event, operate the AV equipment during the event, and then pack up afterwards. We can provide a quote once we understand your event requirements.

Junee Community Network can also organise access to other AV equipment, including microphones (wireless and/or corded), speakers, basic stage lighting, and more. Please feel to contact us to discuss all your AV needs for your event.

More Information and to Book the Projector Kit

For more information, including pricing, or to book the Projector Kit, please visit the web page listed above.

Junee Junior Netball Association
Description:

A family friendly club open to girls aged 5yo and above.

We have six teams u9, u10, u11, u12, u14 and Opens.

Training occurs at St Joseph's MPC Hall, Vaughan Street, Junee.
All teams play at Equex Park in Wagga Wagga (30min south of Junee)... same time, same place, every Saturday.

Pre-season training starts mid-March, the season starts in May and runs through until mid-September.

We welcome beginners to the game and netballers of all skill levels to our netball family.

Old Junee Hall
Description:

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.

Junee Christian Education Association Incorporated
Description:

The Junee Christian Education Association is responsible for the placement and the support of the Special Religious Education Teacher at Junee High School. The Association also supports the Chaplaincy program at Junee High.

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Dirnaseer Memorial Hall
Description:

The Dirnaseer Memorial Hall Committee oversees the use and maintenance of the historic Dirnaseer Memorial Hall which was built in 1925 by the soldier settlers of Dirnaseer and lies at the heart of the Dirnaseer farming community.

The Dirnaseer Hall is a NSW Crown Lands owned reserve which is used for community get-togethers including casserole nights and Christmas parties, private events including weddings and birthdays and as a meeting place for farming forums and local non-profit organisations including the Dirnaseer Rural Fire Brigade and local Girl Guides groups.

The Hall is located 37km north of Junee, 28km south-east of Temora and 36km west of Cootamundra.

The Dirnaseer Hall is renown for its old country charm and includes the original large corrugated iron hall with timber floors, the adjoining air-conditioned supper room extension, a large commercial air-conditioned kitchen and an undercover outdoor area and storeroom. The Hall is fully accessible with disability access ramps, disabled toilet and shower, and mens and womens toilets all located inside the Hall.

Surrounding the Hall is a large enclosed grassed area suitable for marquees and outdoor activities and there is ample parking available in the adjoining gravel carpark.

Directly across the road from the Dirnaseer Hall is the non-denominational Dirnaseer Community Church. The small timber church was built in the 1930's and is popular for weddings and christenings and is available for hire through the Dirnaseer Hall Committee.

The Dirnaseer Memorial Hall Committee volunteers organise cleaning and maintenance of the Dirnaseer Hall and Church as required and also plan and host local events for the community.

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