Sporting – Youth
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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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.
The Junee Clay Target Club is a small clay target shooting club in the regional town of Junee. We are a friendly and supportive organisation and welcome new and visiting shooters.
Clay Target Shooting is a sport that can be enjoyed by the whole family as a recreation at a local gun club, or at a competition level from registered club events to regional, state, national and international competitions. These include World Championships, Commonwealth and Olympic Games.
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 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 Harness Racing conducts approximately 5 meetings a season at the Junee Showgrounds.
The race meetings are supported by the community with many locals participating. It is a great family night and sometimes day out.
All events are supported by Harness racing NSW and run by Volunteers.
Junee High School is a small rural co-educational high school which provides wonderful opportunities for individual learning for our students.
We have energetic and dedicated teachers who cater to the needs and talents of our students – ensuring each student experiences success in learning.
Our focus is on providing a positive teaching and learning environment. We have exceptional facilities, beautiful well-kept grounds, access to the latest technology in every classroom, state-of-the-art science labs and a working eight hectare farm.
We have a proud history of HSC success; our students attain above the national average places at university. We have a very effective careers and work experience program supporting our students to move from education to the workplace.
The strong partnerships we have built with local businesses, service clubs and the wider community including our partner schools, are critical to our success.
We are a proud member of the Ngumba-Dal Learning Community
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.
Riverina Schoolboys Rugby League Football Carnival have run a Rugby League Football Carnival on the first Saturday in August every year since 1943 with the exception of 2016 when the carnival was cancelled due to wet weather making the grounds and parking areas unusable.
Entries are from the local Group 9 clubs as well as from Group 20, ACT and surrounding areas as well as teams from Victoria. Players from Under 6 age division (introduced in 2019) through to Under 15 age division with girls eligible to play up to Under 12 age group.