108 Wyman St, Broken Hill NSW 2880, Australia
Pro Hart Gallery
From drawing and sketching to the famed landscapes and narrative paintings of his heyday, Pro was energised by all forms of creativity. He was a performance artist who experimented endlessly with new forms of expression, a sculptor who loved metal and stone and an inventor extraordinaire who loved tinkering in his back shed.
377 Chloride St, Broken Hill NSW 2880, Australia
The Homestead Gallery
My first love is and always will be acrylic. I find acrylic to be an amazing medium. I enjoy painting flora and fauna and have recently branched out in painting the surrounding region of Broken Hill. I like painting detailed pieces but at the same time Impressionism is also close to my heart.
65 Williams St, Broken Hill NSW 2880, Australia
Julie Hart Gallery
Julie Hart from the time of her first exhibition at 14 years of age, has quietly yet progressively become recognized as a vibrant Australian landscape and contemporary Artist. With recent exhibitions in France. Daughter of the Internationally acclaimed artist ,sculpture and inventor “Pro Hart” Julie has unlimited potential in her field, Julie is not only able to create and capture a surreal depth of image, but also a perception of movement in her paintings, that many dream of, and few ever attain.
145/157 Duff St, Broken Hill NSW 2880, Australia
Broken Hill Art Exchange
Broken Hill Art Exchange is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to building the creative industries of the city of Broken Hill and the Western region of New South Wales, Australia. Our grass roots organisation offers a whole-of-community approach to art and community cultural development.
404–408 Argent St, Broken Hill NSW 2880, Australia
Broken Hill Regional Art Gallery
The Broken Hill Regional Art Gallery provides an annual program of locally curated exhibitions along with touring exhibitions from major cultural institutions. A selection of works from the collection is on permanent display in the upstairs gallery. The annual program endeavours to include work by established and emerging Aboriginal artists from around the Far West region of New South Wales.
Bromide St & Crystal Ln, Broken Hill NSW 2880, Australia
Albert Kersten Mining and Minerals Museum (Geocentre)
The Broken Hill Geo Centre is a fabulous representation of the spectacular array of minerals found in Broken Hill – Australia’s premier mineral locality. As well as housing a renowned collection of local minerals and gems, the museum showcases many hands-on exhibits and information on how the world’s largest deposit of silver, lead and zinc was formed in Broken Hill.
160/166 Beryl St, Broken Hill NSW 2880, Australia
Sulphide St Railway Mineral & Historical Museum
The old sandstone railway station was built by the Silverton Tramway Company to replace the original iron and timber station (1888). The building was closed in 1970 but it is now "four museums for the price of one: the Broken Hill Migrant Museum, the Hospital Museum, the Ron Carter Transport Pavilion and the Triple Chance Mineral Collection." It is also home to a range of railway attractions, including the Silver City Comet and a selection of restored gems from the Silverton Tramway Company.
Mica Ln, Broken Hill NSW 2880, Australia
Joe Keenan Lookout
Joe Keenan's Lookout is located in Marks Street and offers an excellent view of the city, the line of lode and all the mine shafts. It was named in honour of Peter Joseph Keenan, President of the Barrier Industrial Council from 1969 to 1985, and city Alderman from 1953 to 1962.
12 km outside city limits, Broken Hill, New South Wales 2880, Australia
The Living Sculptures & Desert Sanctuary
The Sculpture Symposium is 12 km out of town. Located on a hill above the city it is the product of a decision, back in 1993, to invite sculptors from around the world to create sculptures from the local rock. Twelve international sculptors each worked on their own Wilcannia sandstone boulder without power tools for 14 hours a day, every day for 8 weeks. The result is twelve large sandstone sculptures that seem at once to have been hewn from the landscape while always remaining in harmony with their harsh, desert environment. To see them at sunset, when the last rays of the setting sun burnish them and turn them golden, is unforgettable.
422 Argent St, Broken Hill, NSW, 2880, Australia
Tri State Safaris Outback Tours
Our tours are designed to show you around our great Australian outback, allowing you to experience the remote, and sometimes unforgiving countryside in comfort and safety. They are not just tours, but as the name suggests, they are safaris, with that bit of adventure we all long for. Ranging from half day local tours to eighteen day adventures to the Kimberley, we visit destinations such as Broken Hill, Mutawintji, Flinders Ranges and the Simpson Desert. Travel is in comfortable, well equipped and air conditioned 4WD vehicles.
Airport Road, Broken Hill Airport
Royal Flying Doctor Service - the Bruce Langford Visitor Centre
Visitors who want to learn about the history and the workings of the Royal Flying Doctor Service can visit the Bruce Langford Visitor Centre which includes the Mantle of Safety museum, a theatre where a film is shown to visitors and a shop with displays and souvenirs.
Federation Way, Broken Hill
Line of Lode Miners’ Memorial and Visitors’ Centre
The Miners’ Memorial and Visitors’ Centre were completed in December 2000. The structure was designed by architects Chris Landorf and David Manfredi and is a symbolic and spiritual representation of the tragedy of more than 800 deaths from mining accidents at Broken Hill. The site on the edge of the tailings provides a dramatic vantagepoint for visitors offering an excellent view over the city.
227 Argent St, Broken Hill
Broken Heel Festival @ Palace Hotel
Pack your bags darlings it is festival time - a yearly festival paying homage to the film 'Priscilla Queen of the desert'.