We care about where we live.
…look at a map and you won’t find a river at Junee, but we do have a wetland and a town-based Landcare group that cares for it.
…a computer system monitors the soil on our sporting fields, they’re watered when they need it, not because it’s Thursday and Thursday is watering day!
In bushfires, radiant heat, dehydration and asphyxiation are the main killers. Well-prepared houses resist brief exposure to fire, protecting occupants who can then save their homes.
Environmental Monitoring Reports in accordance with the Environment Operations Act 1997 (POEO Act)
2017-02 Pollution Incident Response Management Plan - Junee Wastewat...
Bees become very active in Spring and generally swarm between September and December. This is a natural behaviour and is part of the reproductive life cycle of honey bees.Bee swarms on private prope...
The Junee Area Landcare Network (JALN) is an incorporated network of Landcare Groups in the Junee region. The network area covers the Junee Shire and a small part of the Coolamon Shire.
The Network includes :
Landcare is a community-based approach to managing and restoring our environment, and improving the sustainability of our agricultural activities.
Need somewhere for you dog to run?
The grass area just before the Caravan Park in Park Lane and the grass area along the Olympic Highway between De Salis Drive and Monte Cristo Road are two areas designated as off-leash areas.
With the advent of the drought it became apparent that there is not a lot of knowledge out there within councils - and even to some degree within the Local Land Services – of the various rights of stock owners to graze stock on the roadside. Th...
by Col Macaulay
Director Engineering Services
Junee - Location and DescriptionJunee is a town with a population of 4,000 people, located in south-west New South Wales, 450kms from Sydney and 550kms from Melbourne.
Salinity in urban areas is increasingly recognised as an issue that can potentially cause significant economic, environmental and social costs in many areas of NSW. Urban salinity indicators are evident in many local government areas includin...