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Harefield: Where To Go / Sightseeing

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 way to diesel power and Junee loco was accordingly modified and steam facilities removed.

The main feature, the roundhouse, remains. Centred around the unique 100 foot (33 metre) turntable are two sheds and 42 tracks including the high-roads and machine shop. Today the roundhouse is home to Junee Railway Workshop, a local company that maintains and repairs rolling stock and locomotives for hire and for other operators. Other parts of the roundhouse are occupied by Regional Heritage Transport Association Junee - Inc. who operate a museum dedicated to local railway history on the site.




Harold Street
Junee, NSW, 2663

Located 9.7K from Harefield

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 kinds of carriage wheels.

Classified as the "Most Haunted House in Australia", visitors are dared to book for an evening ghost tour - they are extremely popular so you must book in advance.

They cater for bus tours, dinners and luncheons. Special functions can also be arranged in advance.

Enjoy a Devonshire tea and a living picture of middle class life in Victorian times. If you dare you can join one of the night ghost tours, but be quick as spaces fill fast.




1 Homestead Lane
Junee, NSW, 2663

Located 11.3K from Harefield

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 of the residents.

Also to be found are photographs and documentation dealing with the rich heritage of a rural and railway past and present, the families and their pursuits of business and sporting activities.

The museum is operated entirely by volunteers. Entry to the Museum is by way of Bettys on Broadway Coffee shop.

The Museum is also the new home to the Junee Visitor Information Centre.





Broadway
Junee, NSW, 2663

Located 11.6K from Harefield

Wagga Wagga Livestock Marketing Centre


The Wagga Wagga Livestock Marketing Centre is the premier livestock market in Australia and home to the largest sheep sale in the world.

Arrange a group tour; you might even get to see just some of the 1.8 million sheep and 200,000 cattle that get sold every year. Established in 1979, it has since led the way in the selling of livestock for over 30 years.




Webb Street
Wagga Wagga, NSW, 2650

Located 17.9K from Harefield

RAAF Wagga Heritage Centre


The RAAF Wagga Heritage Centre showcases Air Force history, along with representing the significant involvement of the RAAF in the Riverina Region of New South Wales. The static aircraft display next to the Heritage Centre, represents over 50 years of RAAF flying history and are completely accessible for the public to view and photograph.

The display comprises Air Force heritage artefacts displayed in various themed rooms, including a 'Community Room', which is devoted to temporary displays of community-loaned items. The memorabilia, photographs, and documents on display represent Air Force activities in the wider region during World War II, and the subsequent activities at RAAF Base Wagga since then.






Sturt Highway
Forest Hill, NSW, 2651

Located 21.8K from Harefield

Flip Out Wagga Wagga


Flip Out is a worldwide phenomenon and the most fun you can have in one venue.

All ages are welcome, and there is a caf? with outdoor seated area. With Olympic trampolines, dodgeball, wall runners, a junior area, swing bags and party rooms, there is something for everyone.

School groups are welcome. The venue is wheelchair friendly.

No bookings necessary.




1/297 Copland Street
Wagga Wagga, NSW, 2650

Located 22.5K from Harefield

Project Paintball


For the ultimate day with your mates look no further. Six fields, endless scenarios and action packed. Suit up and enjoy a round of action packed, fast paced paintballing. Why not book your next birthday party, bucks/hens parties, Christmas Party or corporate team building?

Since October 2011, Project Paintball Wagga has been Wagga's choice for Paintball. They have nine themed, exciting fields set across 40 acres and the best part? They're less than five minutes east of Wagga's Central Business District!

A large car park (including bus parking), covered safety briefing area and equipment for over 50 players at any given time, their Wagga Paintball facility offers the best Paintball experience in their region!

They are open every day with morning, afternoon and twilight sessions available during daylight savings, by appointment. All participants must be over 16. A great day out!




7 Gillard Road
Wagga Wagga, NSW, 2650

Located 22.6K from Harefield

Wagga Beach


Wagga Beach is located on the banks of the beautiful Murrumbidgee River, in the centre of the Wagga Wagga. It is very popular during the summer months, when the temperature is climbing. You can relax on the shaded lawn, picnic on the banks of the river or go for a swim.

There are also barbecue facilities and a fantastic kids playground available.

To learn more about the Murrumbidgee River, visit the information display. You might even catch a glimpse of the famous five o'clock wave!




Cabarita Park,
Johnson Street
Wagga Wagga, NSW, 2650

Located 23.1K from Harefield

Harefield: Events

Junee Rhythm n Rail Festival


The annual Junee Rhythm 'n' Rail Festival is a great way to discover everything Junee has to offer. Getting sidetracked for a few days has never been so much fun with Heritage Train Shuttles, excellent food, wine, music and more at the Junee festival.

The Junee Rhythm 'n' Rail Festival is one of the town's biggest tourist attractions. Junee has a long and important rail heritage (including the early NSWGR days), celebrated during this three day event.

Enjoy the local produce, talent, and a host of activities.

Jump on the beautifully restored heritage Train for a trip down memory lane. Take in the vintage car and motor bike displays. Enjoy the fabulous live music scene. Have a taste of the Bush Poets' Breakfast. View the fantastic street parade from numerous vantage points across the town.


Event Dates
2017
      10th Mar
      11th Mar
      12th Mar


Peel Street
Junee, NSW, 2663

Located 11.5K from Harefield

Harefield: Travel Tips

Junee Visitor Information Centre and Broadway Museum


Located at the Broadway Museum on Broadway Street, the accredited Junee Visitor Information Centre should be your first port of call when arriving in Junee. Offering quality visitor information services by friendly locals, a stop at the Junee Visitor Information Centre will ensure you make the most of your time in Junee and surrounds.




84-86 Broadway St
Junee, NSW, 2663

Located 11.0K from Harefield

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