Gryphon Lodge

Set on 10 hectares of land only three kilometres from town, Gryphon Lodge provides stunning views, great breakfasts, and a relaxed atmosphere. Talk to the friendly alpacas, stroll around the paddocks, or sit and enjoy a glass of something suitable on the veranda or in the garden. Dine with your hosts in the evening if [...]

Junee Heritage Tours

Pastoralists first took up holdings around the Junee area in 1845, but it was not until the railway arrived later in the century that the town developed. The original village, Jewnee gazetted in 1863, was on the site of a stock run. In 1878 the southern railway was extended to a centre about four miles [...]

Modern Warfare History Collection

The Modern Warfare History Collection is a collection of scaled military material – a combination of die cast and plastic kits of wartime armaments showing the evolution of modern warfare armaments from World War One through to the current war on terror. The display depicts weaponry from both world wars and a special science fiction [...]

Junee Rail Carriage B and B

The Junee Rail Carriage is an old ‘red rattler’, tastefully redecorated, to ensure your stay is a comfortable one. Extensive work has been completed and they are proud to announce that the carriage is open for ‘passengers’ to enjoy the seclusion, peace and quiet, whilst overlooking the great views of town to make this one of [...]

Monte Cristo Historic Homestead

The finest colonial mansion in the Riverina and South West New South Wales, Monte Cristo was built in 1884, and is faithfully restored and furnished in the high Victorian era circa 1840 to 1900. The homestead features a wonderful collection of antiques, an extensive carriage collection, as well as a wheelwright’s shop which manufactures all [...]

Junee Railway Roundhouse

When officially opened in September 1947, the New South Wales Government Railways claimed it was the “largest roundhouse in the southern hemisphere”. The Junee Roundhouse, or loco, as it was called, was the last steam depot built in NSW and as such was the pinnacle of steam depot development in the state. Steam soon gave [...]

Historic Shirley B and B

CURRENTLY CLOSED FOR RENOVATION The Historic Shirley Hotel was first established in 1886 when Bethungra was a busy railway town. It is situated in the village of Bethungra on the Olympic Highway, 69 kilometres north of Wagga Wagga and 23 kilometres south of Cootamundra. The Historic Shirley B & B boasts approximately 40 rooms. All [...]

Broadway Museum

The Broadway Museum is home of the Junee and District Historical Society. Housed in what was the old Broadway Hotel, the museum has a variety of thematic displays using artefacts from the Junee area presented so as to provoke thought and interest in the history of the Shire and sometimes a little of the humour [...]

Bethungra Old School T-House

The T-House is located in the old Bethungra school house, which Gaylene and Garry have transformed into a unique tourist attraction. As well as serving delicious coffees, teas and tasty treats, visitors will be able to purchase a range of locally produced items such as jams, chutneys and hand-crafted gifts. A highlight of the T-House [...]

Kaybunda Lavender Farm

Kaybunda Lavender Farm is currently closed for extensive renovations and will re-open in late 2014. Situated nine kilometres from Junee, the Kaybunda Lavender Farm offers tours to visitors and has an amazing range of lavender products for sale, made on the farm from the lavender it produces. Walk through the Lavender Farm and learn about [...]

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