Infrastructure and health look to be the biggest winners in the 2019/2020 NSW Budget.
Handed down on Tuesday, the state's finances include only one Junee specific project, that of the Junee to Griffith rail project.
A commitment of $60.4 million in planning and pre-construction allocations was originally announced in last year's budget under the Fixing Country Rail fund.
This year's budget has cemented a commitment to that project.
Implicitly, Junee stands for inclusion in a four-year delivery of $120 million for out-of-school-hours centres, as well as the $90 million for faster internet and mobile coverage in regional areas.
Aside from the railway project, however Junee ceases to be mentioned specifically in the budget papers.
However, neighbouring Coolamon will benefit from significant infrastructure and health funding.
During a short visit to the town a week before the budget announcement, premier Gladys Berejiklian joined state treasurer Dominic Perrottet in committing $1.97 million to build the Coolamon Industrial Estate.
Under estimates for the Rural Ambulance Infrastructure Reconfiguration program, 14 stations across the state - including Coolamon, Wagga, Harden, Griffith and Ardlethan - will receive a cut of $122.1 million.
An additional $70.2 million has been estimated for the upgrade of Cowra's public hospital.
During the premier's visit last week, up to $355 million was earmarked to support drought-effected communities statewide.
Further afield, the construction of the Wyangala Dam Wall has been given the green light with $10 million committed towards its planning.
The Newell Highway through the Riverina will be given a significant face-lift as part of a plan to improve freight routes through the state.
New overtaking lanes have been touted, along with a $5 million flood-proofing strategy.
Describing the year's announcement as "the budget for the bush", Cootamundra MP Steph Cooke recognises the expenditure as a significant win.
She estimates a total of $300 million will be spent around the electorate over the next 12 months.
"This is a budget that recognises the diversity in regional economies, supporting our local business people, nurses, police, teachers, youth and our farmers," she said in a statement on Tuesday.