What to do whilst visiting Junee
 
Whether you live in Junee or just passing through, why not take a look at these attractions and support the local tourism industry.
 
 

 

The Monte Cristo Historic Homestead The Monte Cristo Homestead | www.montecristo.com.au
The Monte Cristo Homestead was first built in the late 18th century and the current owners, Reg & Olive Ryan, are the second owners of the property. This homestead has listed as "Australia's Most Haunted House" and has featured in several TV shows including 'A Big Country' in 1977 & 1984,  'Scream Test' in 2000 and also 'The Mole'.

Click here for a map of their location in Junee.

   
 

 

The Junee Licorice & Chocolate Factory The Junee Licorice & Chocolate Factory | www.greengroveorganics.com
Built in 1934/35, the Junee Flour Mill was part of the revival following the Great Depression and is still a working mill today. The 'Green Grove Organics' name is widely known throughout Australia and overseas. The grain used at the mill is grown locally and used in the production of their own licorice, flour and bread mixes. The factory recently featured on 'Sydney Weekender' when chocolate production commenced at the factory.

Click here for a map of their location in Junee.

   

 

Junee Caravan Park Junee Historical Museum | www.junee.nsw.gov.au
The Junee Historical Museum is located at the old Broadway Hotel in Broadway Street, and has both permanent displays and roving exhibits. Phone 02 6924 4120

Click here for a map of their location in Junee.

   

 

There were many more tourism features of Junee, however following the new years day bushfires of 2006 that devastated the region from the junction of the Olympic Way just west of the township of Junee through to Bethungra in the north, many of the Lavender farms were destroyed. As these businesses are re-built, they will feature on this site.