Broken Hill is an outback oasis full of attractions, mining heritage, diverse culture, welcoming hospitality and away-from-it-all experiences. From its rich mining history, to its unique outback location and the colourful, brilliant characters it has produced, the unofficial capital of Outback NSW remains a bucket-list destination for any keen traveller.
So while you’re in the area, be sure to experience a little more of this unique location!
White Cliffs Underground Art Festival
Location: White Cliffs
Date: 13th to 15th August
Mundi Mundi Bash Fringe
Location: Argent St, Broken Hill
Date: 17th, 18th, 22nd August
Broken Hill Eisteddfodd
Location: Civic Centre, Broken Hill
Date: 28th – 31st August
Date: 3rd – 4th September
Broken Heel Festival
Location: Broken Hill & Silverton
Date: 9th – 13th September
Broken Hill and Silverton offer around 60 visitor experiences – there is sure to be something that appeals to each and every visitor!
Museums, galleries, astronomy, historical mines, indigenous heritage, tours, nature experiences and more are waiting for you!
For more information on Broken Hill and the surrounding areas visitors can:
- Visit Broken Hill’s main tourism site
- Order an info pack
- Get in contact with the Broken Hill Visitor Information Centre by calling 08 8080 3560 or sending an email to email@example.com