|CBD||2 min walk|
|Village Shopping Centre/Coles||4 min drive|
|Westside Plaza/Woolworths||5 min drive|
|Anytime Fitness||5 min walk|
|Hospital||5 min drive|
|Regional Aquatic Centre||5 min drive|
|Foodland||7 min walk|
|Musicians Club||9 min walk|
|Sturt Park, picnic and playground||10 min walk|
|Barrier Social Democratic Club||10 min walk|
|Silverton||25 min drive|
30 Iodide Street
Broken Hill NSW [map]
(08) 8088 3355
To Stay With Us
|Cheerful friendly staff|
|All rooms are non-smoking|
|All rooms are air-conditioned|
|Seasonal Swimming Pool|
|Free Off Street Parking|
|Room Service Dinner 6 days|
|Flat Screen Smart TV’s|
|Licensed Restaurant and Bar|
|2 minute walk to city centre|
|Close to supermarkets|
Located 25 km north-west of Broken Hill, Silverton has a variety of 19th-century buildings, some of which have been restored as museums and art galleries.
For decades, Silverton has attracted filmmakers. The famous Silverton Hotel, circa 1880, and its surrounds have featured in Australian productions including Mad Max 2, A Town Like Alice and Dirty Deeds. Drink in the atmosphere at the hotel with its exhibition of film and television memorabilia.
Things to do:
- Mundi Mundi Plains Lookout
- Silverton Gaol Museum
- Silverton Heritage Walking Trail
- John Dynon Gallery
- The Horizon Gallery
- Camel Farm for a ride
- Penrose Park. for some family fun, enjoy a picnic, a game of tennis, bush golf and the children's playgrounds
|Historic Daydream Mine was founded in 1881, before the beginning of the Broken Hill Mining Company (BHP).
The mine is just a 30 minute drive from Broken Hill to do an underground tour.
Featuring the mesmerising Menindee lake system with its wonderful array of birdlife and haunting river red gums rising from the water, Kinchega National Park offers visitors a unique experience of the Australian outback.
With its ever-changing colours – the green lake bed as the water retreats and beautiful reflections in the flood – and rich pastoral and Aboriginal history, a visit to Kinchega will restore your sense of wonder.
|No visit to Kinchega National Park is complete without exploring the beautiful, old buildings of Kinchega Station. Built in 1875 of corrugated iron and river red gum, the historic Kinchega Woolshed is an important piece of pastoral heritage.|
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.
Take a tour of a working RFDS Base. 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.
BROKEN HILL SCULPTURES AND LIVING DESERT SANCTUARY
Within the Living Desert Reserve are two must see major attractions - The Sculptures and The Flora and Fauna Sanctuary.
The Sculptures comprise 12 sandstone artworks which highlight the skyline, all with a story to tell. Located on a majestic hilltop within the centre of the reserve, the sculptures were completed in 1993 by artists from around the world.
The Flora and Fauna Sanctuary comprises an area of 180 hectares bordered by an electric predator-proof fence. This sanctuary has been planned and designed carefully to provide visitors with a unique insight into flora, fauna and Aboriginal culture of western New South Wales.