10 THINGS TO DO IN JUNEE

More than just a town in the Riverina region of New South Wales, Australia, Junee is home to a lot of Heritage, Historical and Fun places to visit. Various museums across town, places for children and adults and the best of all – Great Places to eat just like The Commercial Hotel.

Monte Cristo

Come and visit Australia’s most famous haunted house ghost tours are offered Saturdays starting at 6.00pm children under 15 are not allowed to participate, bookings are essential

Commercial Hotel

One of the oldest pubs in town, lunch and dinner available 7 days a week, accommodation is also available call to book on 69244224

Junee Licorice and Chocolate Factory 

Junee Licorice and Chocolate Factory is located at the restored Junee Flour Mill, a historically rich landmark for the town. Open 7 days a week from 10am-4pm.

 

Junee Junction Recreation and Aquatic Centre

The Junee Junction Recreation & Aquatic Centre welcomes you to our community. Our centre has been in operation for 12 years and provides a great variety of different activities, swimming lessons, events, and things to do when visiting the Junee Shire. We’re proud to provide affordable prices and convenient opening hours for everyone to enjoy the Junee swimming pool and recreation centre.  Our Centre now offers 24 hour access to your favourite machines and weights in our Gym so when it’s a good time for you, it’s a good time for us!  We also made it safer and more convenient with our CCTV and secure entry! Open 7 days a week see website for times.

 

Memorial Garden

Bring the kids down for a picnic lunch or sausage sandwich at the memorial gardens equip with gas BBQs and covered eating area. Sit back and relax while they play on the fenced playground.

Broadway Museum

Come visit the Broadway museum and see the history of our beautiful town open 6 days 10am – 4pm and is closed on Tuesdays.

Roundhouse Museum

Junee is home to one of few working Railway Roundhouses in the Southern Hemisphere. When built in 1942, it boasted the largest turntable at 100 foot. Since 1994, the Roundhouse has seen a new lease of life. Half is now used for the museum, whilst the other portion is used for its original purpose of re-conditioning and rebuilding locomotives and rolling stock. Open Wednesday to Sunday 10am-3pm.

Belmore Manor

Come and see the towns only B&B a historic manor located in the center of Junee, full of character and charm. Choose from four themed rooms, our cottage or rail carriage rooms. Relax in one of the numerous beautiful and charming rooms or garden areas. Enjoy a quiet cup of tea or a glass of wine.

Ray Warren Statue

A sculpture commemorates sports commentator Ray Warren. Ray “Rabbits” Warren was born in Junee, New South Wales. He is an Australian sports commentator, most famous for his coverage of televised professional rugby league matches on the Nine Network. On occasion he is referred to as “The Voice of Rugby League”.Ray also calls the action for Australian swimming team events. On Saturday mornings, he is a member of the panel on Triple M Sydney’s radio sports program Dead Set Legends. Warren also writes columns for sports website.

Broadway War Memorial

Come pay you respects to local soldiers that lost their lives in World War 2. A cement rendered cruciform-shaped clock tower raised on two lots of four pillars. Underneath the raised section has inscriptions on all side of the block. Three commemorative plaques are attached to the upper structure.