Products & Experiences
Miffy's and Betty's Holiday Cottages comprise of two fully self-contained holiday cottages which are centrally located for your convenience. Their aim is to provide you with clean, comfortable and affordable accommodation. Both cottages are fully self-contained with all the modern conveniences you would come to expect. There is off-street parking available and a private enclosed outdoor area with barbeque and outdoor setting, perfect for the summer months.
Miners Arms Fine Accomodation
The Miners Arms is an award winning boutique bed and breakfast. Offering fine accommodation in four air-conditioned, double rooms, all with en suites in a beautiful National Trust Heritage-listed building. The Miners Arms is one of the original hotels near the line of lode and the towns centre on Crystal Street, Broken Hill. The former hotel is a short walk from the train station. Established as a hotel in 1888, the building has also been used as a hospital, art gallery, private residence, and now after two years of restoration, it has re-opened as a boutique bed and breakfast.
Molto Bella Holiday Units
|137 Piper Street, Broken Hill, 2880||Website||Phone: 08-8087 1087||FreeCall:|
Molto Bella Holiday Units are self-contained fully equipped holiday units with one bedroom and within close location to south shopping centre and basketball stadium, hotels and airport. Undercover car parking available, off the street. Fully equipped kitchen and bathroom, quality linen, furnishings and fittings, television, heating and air-conditioning. Linen is supplied. Free pick-up and return to the Broken Hill Airport, bus terminal or train station.
Mount Gipps Station
Mount Gipps is an 85,000 acre sheep station just 40 kilometres north of Broken Hill. Just off the Silver City Highway, it offers a range of accommodation options including bush camping, powered sites, shearers quarters, Jillaroos house and Overseers House. Take time to sit back and relax and just listen to the sounds of silence with occasional bird calls. Explore the creek that runs up into the gorge and discover the many types of rocks that are to be found on the station. You will see kangaroos and emus in their natural habitate. Tag-a-long tours of the property are offered. Not to be missed is the infamous sunset tour which takes in a 360 degree view of the whole property and a chance to chat to the owners.
Mutawintji National Park
Mutawintji National Park is a special place; you can feel it when you're there. You may not be able to quite put your finger on what it is, but the beauty and tranquillity of this place will remain with you long after you leave. Mutawintji has been a significant place in the lives of local Aboriginal people for a long time. In years gone by it served as a place for large gatherings where business, social and cultural interests were furthered. In 1998, after a long struggle by the traditional owners, their land was returned to them. It is now held by the Mutawintji Local Aboriginal Land Council and a Board of Management oversees the operation of the park. Mutawintji National Park Historic Site tours are accessed through local tour operators. Contact the Broken Hill Visitors Information Centre for more information or NPWS Broken Hill Office for further information.
My Nannas Place
Experience the feeling of how things were in Broken Hill at My Nanna's Place. Read the stories, looking across at the mines and the Silverton Transport Company that would go alongside their fence, to and from the mines several times a day. Living in a home of 'corrugated iron', with a corner shop and a few minutes walk to "town", white sheets and everything basic... and that was home! My Nanna's Place offers comfortable and affordable accommodation in walking distance to Broken Hill's central business district, shops, supermarkets, pubs and clubs. The beautifully presented cottage will make you feel right at home whether you are visiting to take in the history and culture of The Silver City or just passing through. My Nannas Place has an original Retro kitchen, with 1940-50's furniture throughout.
Old Vic Bed and Breakfast
Make this your 'Home in the Hill'. Established in 1890, this heritage listed building offers old world charm with modern day comforts. Your hosts Paul and Ann Maroney assure their guests of a friendly, relaxed atmosphere with value for money. - Fully hosted with pick up from your transport - Large range of continental breakfast included in price - Secure off street parking - Large grounds with free barbecue facilities - Fully air-conditioned - Comfortable beds with quality linen - Great value for money holiday accommodation - Ask about weekly rates or, for regular visitors, discounted rates may apply
Old Willyama Motor Inn
Stay in comfort at the Old Willyama Motor Inn where luxurious international standard motel facilities blend with the atmosphere of one of Broken Hill's oldest and most distinctive hotels. Have a drink in the lounge bar or beer garden and enjoy fine dining in the superb fully licensed restaurant. 29 quality motel suites ranging from deluxe, superior, family and executive suites.
Outback Villas offers six fully self-contained units situated two kilometres from the Broken Hill Post Office in the city's central-west area. The main shopping precinct, Westside Plaza, is walking distance away. Outback Villas contains four self-contained luxury units including one disabled and one executive unit. The units contain a double bed and two single beds (apart from the executive villa). All units are heated and air-conditioned. The villas contain a large fridge, microwave as well as cooking utensils and linen. Just bring yourself! Sit back and relax whilst watching Austar or fire up the barbecue on one of those balmy nights that Broken Hill offers.
- Category: Packsaddle-Accommodation
Packsaddle is a roadhouse located half way between Broken Hill and Tibooburra on the Silver City Highway. They provide a clean, comfortable atmosphere with some old shearing memorabilia in the licensed woodshed with a big open fire place. If you are tied and need a break, stay in the air-conditioned rooms or stay at the powered camp area.
Pro Hart Gallery
At Pro Hart Gallery you can enjoy browsing Pro?s work, select gifts or purchases and learn a little more about one of Australia?s iconic and enduring artists. Pro Hart was an artist across many forms. 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. Artisan, painter, collector, father, friend and husband, Pro Hart?s life was a massive contribution to all those around him. Browse a while and enjoy the passions he loved. Enjoy the spirit of the outback ? wherever you live! Pro Hart?s art captures the lush colours, the sense of space and the spiritual quality of the outback in ways very few artists are able to emulate.
Railway Mineral and Train Museum
|Blende Street, Broken Hill, 2880||Website||Phone: 08-8088 4660||FreeCall:|
The Railway Museum building was erected in 1905, from sandstone quarried from the Block 114 Mine Lease, replacing the original timber and iron station built in 1888. The Silverton Tramway Company operated a private narrow gauge railway system between Broken Hill and Cockburn (on the South Australian border) from 1888 to 1970. In 1970, following the introduction by the Commonwealth Government of the standard gauge system, the Silverton Tramway Company's Railway services were discontinued. See the Comet Train Engine, which is now housed in the museum and imagine what it was like in its hey-day! The museum also houses the hospital museum, the migration museum and has an extensive mineral collection. The Broken Hill Migrant Museum was set up by the Broken Hill Migrant Heritage Committee Inc. Broken Hill is more than a landscape and old buildings - it is the people that make it special and the Broken Hill exhibition gives the local people a voice and tells their stories.
Red Earth Motel
The Red Earth Motel consists of 12 apartments which all have cooking facilities and separate lounge areas. The modern, contemporary apartments are serviced daily. The apartments are set back off street frontage for privacy. The property provides secure off street parking, a barbecue area and an outdoor shaded swimming pool. Continental breakfast is complimentary with your stay. Dine at the local restaurant and have the bill added to your room.
Returned and Services League Hall of Fame Museum
|399 Argent Street, Broken Hill, 2880||Website||Phone: 08-8088 1024||FreeCall:|
Whilst in Broken Hill visit the RSL Hall of Fame Museum and view memorabilia of war history, photos, badges, swords and items of interest. The museum is located in the main street (Argent Street) where you can also visit art galleries, cafes, clubs, restaurants and marvel at the heritage buildings like the Town Hall, TAFE building or the Post Office with its clock tower.
The Riddiford Arboretum features trees and shrubs of the region and is located opposite the Centro Shopping Centre. It was set up in 1988 on land that was a repair and oil transfer depot for the Silverton Tramway. It is named after Walter Riddiford, Mayor of Broken Hill from 1949 to 1962. But it is also a tribute to Albert Morris, a self-taught botanist who was responsible for establishing the Regeneration Reserves around the city. The plants in those reserves hold down the local dust and greatly reduced the previously horrible effects of the dust storms that turned day into night.
Rosewood Cottage is fully self-contained and is set in a quiet area of Broken Hill, only a five minute drive from the centre of town. The cottage comprises of three bedrooms sleeping up to six people with all linen including mattress protectors, sheets, blankets, continental quilts and pillows supplied. The cottage has a fully equipped kitchen with a separate lounge area and a modern bathroom featuring a spa bath. Outside there is a secure yard with an outdoor setting and barbecue. There is undercover off street parking available as well as a lockable garage if required. Pet friendly - pets are allowed with prior arrangement for a fee.
Royal Apartment is a two bedroom self-contained property centrally located in the heart of the city. Located in the centre of Argent Street (main street), Royal Apartment is in close proximity to restuarants, clubs, hotels and the main retail precint. There is off-street parking available along with remote roller door.
Royal Exchange Hotel
The Royal Exchange Hotel has 24 rooms on the first floor, many with their own balconies; all are of the highest standard in Broken Hill and cater to various budgets. Rooms are fitted with heavy drapes and carpets and are extravagantly equipped with modern amenities. Business people and travellers are well catered for with data ports for fast internet access and international direct dial telephone connections in all rooms. For guests not carrying a laptop computer, a small business centre is available featuring a computer with internet connection, popular software and a laser printer.
Royal Flying Doctor Service Bruce Langford Visitors Centre - Broken Hill
|Broken Hill Airport, Bonanza Street, Broken Hill, 2880||Website||Phone:||FreeCall:|
The Bruce Langford Visitor Centre combines a museum, theatre and shop, with interactive displays showing the history of the Service, as well as tributes to the doctors, pilots and flight nurses who work for the Royal Flying Doctor Service (RFDS) and the many community groups and benefactors who support them. So visit now and tour a working RFDS Base. Enjoy a talk by our tour guide. View the aircraft in the hangar. Watch a unique film in the 44 seat theatre. Shop for special souvenirs and explore the Mantle of Safety Museum.
Rubys Cottage - Argent
Rubys Cottage is a self-contained three bedroom tastefully decorated miners cottage in the main street of Broken Hill. The cottage is located 500 metres from the interstate train station and restaurants, clubs and bars are all within a short walking distance. The property has a secure yard for children, off street parking and a barbecue area.