Broken Hill | 18-20 August 2022

Jimmy Barnes
Missy Higgins

Kasey ChambersJon StevensDARYL BRAITHWAITE
THE BLACK SORROWSRICHARD CLAPTONRUSSELL MORRIS
THE WOLFE BROTHERSSARAH MCLEODBUSBY MAROU
THE ROLLING STONES REVIEW STARRING: ADALITA, TEX PERKINS AND TIM ROGERS
BJORN AGAINMICK THOMASASH GRUNWALD
PIERCE BROTHERSEUROGLIDERSMEL DYER
THE BUCKLEYSKYLE LIONHARTBACHELOR GIRL

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The Broken Hill Mundi Mundi Bash, Australia’s newest outback music festival is brought to you by the producers of the iconic Birdsville Big Red Bash.

Set on the stunning red dirt of the Mundi Mundi Plains with the beautiful Barrier Ranges as a backdrop, the Broken Hill Mundi Mundi Bash is set to bring the New South Wales outback alive!

Located just 35km outside Broken Hill on sealed roads, it’s easily accessible by any 2 wheel drive vehicle, caravan, motorhome or whatever your mode of travel is.

So, get your friends and family together, bring the kids and the dog if you like, and start planning for an outback adventure of a lifetime!

Will you be joining us?

The Broken Hill Mundi Mundi Bash is an all ages family friendly festival. Whether you’re a lover of camping, caravanning, outback adventure or great Aussie music, the Bash has something for you, your family and friends.

It all starts with the journey, and no matter where you’re coming from across Australia there’s so much to see, do and explore across our great country, as you’re bound for Broken Hill.

So, what are you waiting for?

Be amongst the first people in Australia to experience this amazing new festival. You’ve never had a better reason to get your family or friends together and head into the outback. Grab your camping gear and hook up the trailer or caravan. But don’t miss out on your chance to get down in the red dust at this fantastic all-ages Australian outback music festival. Everyone’s invited. You can even bring your dog!

The Broken Hill Mundi Mundi Bash is proudly supported by the
NSW Government via its tourism and major events agency, Destination NSW