Junee is in a valley that gives the place a delightful picturesque landscape. Junee also is a really nice surprise. Junee is one of those towns that clearly have a high level of community involvement. This reality is self evident at the two museums and the clearly the determination to preserve the earlier heritage.
A town built when people traveled by rail, walked to the shops and strolled on Sundays, Junee captures the beauty and history of rural Australia and combines this with modern facilities, fine period and modern homes, rural blocks and great attractions.
Junee has long been a favourite with visitors, boasting one of the southern hemispheres largest operating railway roundhouses, and its adjunct museum the Junee Railway Roundhouse Museum - with engines and rolling stock from every era of Australian rail.
Junee deserves a full day to delight on what is on offer; not the least an admiration of the’ old’ buildings.