Day Dream Mine | Silverton

March 11, 2019 Attraction

Day Dream Mine located 28Km north west of Broken Hill Get a real taste of the life of a Broken Hill miner with a visit to the Day Dream Mine located between Broken Hill and Silverton. Dating back to the 1880s, the Day Dream mine is an authentic experience of the shock horror condition the first miners […]

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Broken Hill iconic places

January 16, 2018 Attraction

Looking for Broken Hill iconic places, that unique place that will give you the instagram moment of your holiday. I invite you to come with me and I’ll take you through to my favourite Broken Hill iconic places: Line of Lode, Silverton, Sculptures, Mundi Mundi & Joe Keenan lookout. For the best view of Broken Hill […]

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Silly Goat

December 20, 2017 Attraction, Blog, December

Culinary innovation at Silly Goat Broken Hill’s Silly Goat café for delicious food, coffee and networking. Emilie Keenan and the team at the café are a perfect example of Broken Hill’s developing tourism services and business confidence. Some years back, this team took the bold step of moving away from traditional fried food to serve customers […]

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Pro Hart Gallery

December 7, 2017 Attraction

Pro Hart, the renowned Australian artist and Outback Legend of Broken Hill “What makes Pro Hart special is his unbreakable connection with the Barrier country of Far west NSW. His bush scenes are not just illustrations of outback life: they glow with the unforgettable light of the inland, Germaine Greer”. How did Pro Hart’s personal […]

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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 Far West. The grass roots organisation offers a whole-of-community approach to art and community cultural development. BHAE runs the Desert Equinox, a series of events encompassing the themes of sun/ solar, earth, water […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 souvenir Location: 48 Airport Rd, Broken Hill NSW 2880 (See […]

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