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Royal Exchange Hotel - Broken Hill Hotels

Royal Exchange Hotel

320 Argent Street, Broken Hill - Map
"Centrally located.Old world charm remains"
Central to all attractions.Curteous and helpful staff
Traveller from NSW
Nestling in leafy Argent Street , close to cafés, restaurants and bars, the Royal Exchange, Broken Hill treats visitors …More
Lodge Outback Motel - Broken Hill Hotels

Lodge Outback Motel

252 Mica Street, Broken Hill - Map
"Great motel close to town"
Hostess was friendly and helpful. We were within easy walking distance of central Broken Hill; the rooms were very clean, quiet and away from the noise of traffic and were fitted out to meet all needs (from the usual tea and coffee provisions through to a microwave, biscuits and even wine glasses).
Traveller from Noosa Qld Australia
Silver Haven Motor Inn - Broken Hill Hotels

Silver Haven Motor Inn

577 Argent St Broken Hill, Broken Hill - Map
"Great stopover "
Stopped for the night in the middle of a long trip. Ate at restaurant. Every thing went well and easily catered dietary requirements. Brilliant chips. Reception stayed open late for us. Would stay again.
Traveller from Lismore NSW
****Effective 1 April 2006, property will no longer be a Best Western**** Welcome to Broken Hill, Australia and the Best …More
Sturt Motel - Broken Hill Hotels

Sturt Motel

153 Rakow Street, Broken Hill - Map
"Good distance from town "
I've had room 9 a couple of times,very quiet,my car is close by and I felt safe away from the front of the motel
A Traveller
The Astra Hotel - Broken Hill Hotels

The Astra Hotel

393 Argent Street, Broken Hill - Map
"Central historic hotel with balcony view. "
It was wonderful to stay in such an historic and well cared for hotel in central Broken Hill. Being able to step outside onto the wide balcony was a luxury we made use of many times. We enjoyed having a private drink whilst settling back into the slower pace of a regional town.
Traveller from Ballarat
Comfort Inn Crystal - Broken Hill Hotels

Comfort Inn Crystal

326 Crystal Street, Broken Hill - Map
"Lovely stay, lovely cottage "
Originally booked into the single room for a family of three, we were told on arrival that we were staying in the Line of Load cottages next door with no extra to pay. What a wonderful surprise and so comfortable after lots of traveling and staying in old daggy caravan cabins.
Traveller from Canberra
Truly central of the Silver City CBD. Walking distance to clubs, shops and Government Offices. Licensed Restaurants. AU Star …More
Desert Sand Motor Inn - Broken Hill Hotels

Desert Sand Motor Inn

357 Cobalt Street, Broken Hill - Map
"clean with great staff"
central location clean rooms with very reasonable tariffs only 5 minutes to rail station by taxi if coming by rail
Traveller from sydney
Enjoying a central location in the very heart of the city, within walking distance of shops, cafés and clubs, the Desert …More
Broken Hill Tourist Park - Broken Hill Hotels

Broken Hill Tourist Park

142 Rakow Street, Broken Hill - Map
"noise from the highway"
Highway noise was quite audible, but not much traffic, so minimal effect.
A Traveller
The Grand Guesthouse - Broken Hill Hotels

The Grand Guesthouse

313 Argent Street, Broken Hill - Map
Room very clean but if you have neighbor you can hear everything. Breakfast basic but ok.
A Traveller
Broken Hill Tourist Lodge - Broken Hill Hotels

Broken Hill Tourist Lodge

100 Argent Street, Broken Hill - Map
"nice close to bus"
was good nice clean room will be stay with then again in the future
Traveller from scone

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    Accommodation In Broken Hill

    Sidling right up against the South Australian border in outback New South Wales, Broken Hill is pretty popular for such a remote little town. With a thriving arts community, mining heritage and in a perfect spot to get out and explore the outback, Broken Hill will whisk you away from the cities and beaches and give you a true-blue Aussie experience. Book your Broken Hill accommodation with us below.

    An absolute must in Broken Hill is to explore the Living Desert Sanctuary, which has two unique sides to it. Wind your way along the cultural trail through 180 hectares of flora and fauna displays, past story pole artworks and other attractions created to give you an insight into local Aboriginal culture. Take the trail through the Sculptures in the Desert, a set of beautiful sandstone sculptures set against the stark rural landscape at the top of the majestic Sundown Hill. Created by artists from around the world, this is one gorgeous and unique outdoor gallery.

    Broken Hill is renowned for its arts, and in town there are more than 30 galleries showcasing works by local and visiting artists spanning a diverse range of artistic styles. From painting and photography to sculpture and basket weaving, art enthusiasts will love Broken Hill. Check out Broken Hill Regional Art Gallery, the Artists Gallery, and the works of renowned Australian artist Pro Hart at the Pro Hart Gallery. And that’s just for starters!

    If you’d rather admire buildings than paintings, you’ll love the Broken Hill Heritage Trail, a two hour sign-posted walking tour. Broken Hill is home to many gorgeous and grand heritage buildings, including the Post Office, the former St Josephs Convent and the Trades Hall, which are also listed on the State Heritage Register. Wandering through town like this is the best way to really absorb the character of Broken Hill, and meet a few locals too! To top it off in true outback style, pull up a stool in one of the heritage pubs for a cold one.

    To truly understand the rural landscape, you just need a take a short drive out of town to feel the remote reality of this unique destination. Make sure you also check out the Mundi Mundi Plains lookout, where from the top of the hill, the flat lands go on and never seem to end. Come at dusk and make it a romantic picnic – the colours in the sky will amaze you! Or, for a different kind of view, take a scenic flight, an outback cycling tour, or a 4WD safari adventure. Broken Hill is the best place to experience the Aussie outback because it’s literally in the centre of the Australian desert.

    Broken Hill is an outback town that you’ll never forget. Just over three hours north of Mildura and nine hours from Melbourne, the road trip there is half the fun! Come and explore the thriving local arts scene, the heritage of the town itself, and the Aussie outback in its backyard. Wot’s the hold up? Book your Broken Hill hotel now and get planning!

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