Train spotters love Junee because the history of the town is very much built around trains and rail freight. The Junee Railway Round House is the largest in the southern hemisphere and was opened in 1947. Half of the Round House is now a museum and the other half used for rebuilding and reconditioning locomotives. The town's historical museum is in the famous Broadway Hotel. The town has a very challenging golf course
. The Junee Tourist Park
is first class and situated in a quiet part of town. The resident owners Peter and Faye Mansell take great pride in the park and this is reflected in quality everywhere you look. The park has lovely trees and shade and a nice water view. Cabin accommodation is of an excellent standard. The photos below speak for themselves. The resident owners are Peter and Faye Mansell. Bookings can be made by telephoning the park
and please tell the park that you have seen their photos on Caravan Park Photos.