Broken Hill Hotel & Accommodation

Known as the 'Silver City', this historic mining city in the Far West of New South Wales rests right on the doorstep of some of Australia's most unbound outback settings.

Broken Hill is serviced by flights from Adelaide, Sydney and Melbourne via Mildura.

1150 km from Sydney and just over 500 km from Adelaide along long straight sealed roads, Broken Hill will take a good old fashioned road trip from either capital but it's well worth the travel time.

Accommodation in Broken Hill ranges from cosy guesthouses to stylish outback villas and there is a huge range of choice depending on your budget and preferences. Whether you're here for the weekend or stopping by on a longer trip, you'll undoubtedly find somewhere to stay in this charming outback city.

In town there are two-hour guided walks of Broken Hill which commence from the city's tourist centre where you'll learn about the nationally significant heritage and iconic architecture which still stand today.

A representation of the timeless war between the rich and working class, in Broken Hill you can still hear the gears of the past churning beneath the old buildings and art deco style shopfronts which have been refitted as boutique souvenir stores today.

Broken Hill is well known for its Australian artists, and the many over time who have called the city home. With galleries displaying spectacular collections of paintings and sculptures, art in Broken Hill represents a diverse history of artistic styles and more than a century of work.

Pro Hart Gallery and Sculpture Park is perhaps the most prominent art gallery in Broken Hill containing a large collection of famous Australian artist Kevin Hart's work ranging from paintings to sculptures. Considered the father of the Australian Outback painting movement, this fascinating exhibit does an excellent job of capturing his spirit and connection to the Australian outback.

Broken Hill also has many museums including the Albert Kersten Mining & Minerals Museum and Sulphide Street Railway & Historical Museum, with world-class exhibits that trace back the rich origins of the historic mining city.

Friendly locals, historic architecture and a thriving art scene don't even begin to scratch the surface. Book yourself Broken Hill accommodation and be charmed by Australia's favourite regional city.