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.
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.
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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Junee Awesome Ladies is about increasing support and social connection for women so they can to feel safe, nurtured and relaxed to create friendships, share their own stories, skills and knowledge with other women in the community.
An all inclusive place for women to have a yarn and a cuppa.
All ages from children to grandparents are welcome and encouraged to attend. We include all generations to be a part of the group.
Some of the activities include;
- Preparing and sharing a meal
- Art, Painting, Craft & Plastering
- kindness rocks,
Junee Community Centre provide an avenue to connect members of the community with resources and programs to improve their welfare and enhance their quality of life.
Aged care, Disability, Youth, Emergency Relief and a Community Food Store are among the services provided.
Our Office is located at 101 Broadway, Junee and the Junee Community Centre Hall is located at 106 Lorne Street, Junee (formally the CWA Hall).
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.
Junee Golf Club is a public 18 hole Golf Course and an incorporated not for profit entity. Our vision is to be an example to the community for developing healthy mental and physical outcomes by encouraging all age groups to participate in non-contact sport.
Some describe the Club as an institution of Junee and its proximity to the centre of town makes for a relaxing reference point for visitors to the town.
Junee Poultry Club is dedicated to promote pure bred exhibition poultry in regional NSW.
The club holds two poultry sales per year which cater for all types of poultry, these are open to everyone.
We hold an annual pure bred poultry show in June each year – all types of pure bred poultry can be exhibited and everyone is invited.
Poultry showing is a hobby for all ages — from 5 to 105, so come along to our events and discover a new hobby.
Lachlan Valley Railway (LVR) is not-for-profit organisation established in 1974 for the purpose of collecting, preserving and presenting the railway heritage of NSW.
Today the LVR operates a wide range of rail journeys featuring NSW’s most beloved heritage trains ranging from steam, diesel and vintage rail motors right across regional NSW.
The LVR is a not for profit society with 500 members across Australia and internationally.
During the 2018/19 financial year (LVR’s 45th year) our operations carried 10,453 customers and 18,000kms were travelled in revenue service covering about 60% of the NSW’s regional railway lines.
The LVR is always welcoming any person with rail, trade or customer service skills (if you don’t have any we are still happy to get you on board!)
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.