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.
Junee Community Power's Objectives are to make the Shire of Junee a more energy efficient shire by;
- Informing the community on energy efficient action plans,
- Promote installing of solar PV panels and accessories using reputable dealers,
- Help install solar PV on community assets ie Senior Citizens Hall & Junee Community Centre Hall,
- Help install solar PV on homes of vulnerable residents,
- Introduce Circular Fund so interest free loans for solar PV can be approved and repayments made from savings on future electricity bills.
The historic Junee Reefs Ivor Hall was opened on March 24, 1926, on Crown Land with funds (£606) raised by the local community. The Hall sits in the middle of the Junee Reefs Community, which is prime farming land today, but in 1860’s it was a part of a gold mining area hosting over 3,000 people.
The hall has the old country charm of the original corrugated iron hall with timber floors. More recently, the refurbishment of the supper room, kitchen and amenities provide fully enclosed air conditioned spaces.
The Hall is located 23kms north of Junee, 38kms south of Temora, 49kms west of Cootamundra, and 57kms North of Wagga Wagga.
The hall is used to host community events including Anzac Ceremony, Christmas Dinner, Men’s BBQ Nights, and Exercise classes. Additionally, the hall is hired out for private functions including birthday parties, weddings, family reunions and farming forums.
Today the hall is still maintained by the volunteer community members.