Junee Baptist Church is a stable country church, having just completed a 12-month intentional interim with a renewed sense of identity and purpose ready for revitalisation and renewal for ministry to and within the community of Junee.
Our vision is to serve the Junee community, especially by reaching children and families.
We are a member of the Riverina Baptists for Christ (15 Churches) and a NSW Baptist Union member Church.
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 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
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.