Scheduled for Friday March 7 – Sunday March 9, the three-day festival is expected to attract approximately 4500 visitors to Junee.
The program includes heritage train journeys, live music and entertainment, a two-day boutique and farmers market, a vintage car and motorbike show and plenty of activities for young children.
The festival is organised by the Junee community, with many businesses, community groups and individuals volunteering their time to ensure the festival is a success.
The following road closures will be in place during the festival weekend:
- Peel Street
- Railway Square
- Broadway between Crawley Street and the Roundabout on the Athenium side from 7am – 6pm Saturday 8th March and 7am – 5pm Sunday 9th March.
We Need Your Help for a World Record Attempt!
The Junee Licorice and Chocolate Factory will attempt to win back their world record for the longest piece for licorice at the 2014 Qube Rhythm 'n' Rail Festival.
On Saturday the 8th of March from 11am-12:30 the Junee Licorice and Chocolate Factory requires at least 520 helpers to assist them in winning back their record for the longest piece of licorice, which has recently been claimed by sweedish company Latritsfabriken The Junee Licorice Factory already set the original record in 2006 with a single piece of licorice 244m long.
They have held this record for 6 years until recently when it was taken over by Sweedish company Latritsfabriken who hold the record at 519m. (Photo courtesy Junee Southern Cross)
For more information visit www.visitjunee.com.au/play