Exploring the Other Side of Sydney

Broken Hill has everything and this significantly includes caravan parks like The Lake View Caravan park set out in a peaceful location about 3 km. from town. There are also a lot of options for cottages you can choose from, including A Miner’s Rest which sets the mood of a laid back vintage experience but with all modern comforts, or if you are looking for a clean, tidy and cheap stay you might want to check out Aly’s Cottages. Other places to consider are such as Blue Bush cottages, Blue Gum and Aussie Bacon and Eggs cottages.

Alternatively, if you prefer a Bed and Breakfast accommodation then you might like Broken Hill Caledonian B&B, which is a highly awarded hotel with great room service. A wide variety of delicacies are served at several restaurants in the area. One of the most famous restaurants is the Broken Earth Restaurant, which is located on the opposite side of the mining township. Here, you can indulge in modern contemporary Australian dishes. The other option is the Piano Bar and Restaurant at the Royal Exchange Hotel, popular for its traditional food. The restaurant is housed in the art deco-building. Meanwhile, conservative guests can find their taste and type of food at Trinders in the Astra.

Attractions

Like other destinations in Australia, there are diverse sources of fun and pleasure in accommodation Broken Hill has for its tourists, with attractions ranging from Acrylic painting on canvas found on the Silvermint Gallery to Broken Hill silver jewelers and chocolate. In addition, you can visit the Geo Centre and look at the beauty of the popular SILVER TREE created in 1879. It displays an extraordinary craftsmanship.

Events 

Besides attractions and destinations, local events provide guests an opportunity to relax, unwind and mingle with the locals and other travelers. The Broken Hill Community Markets is a popular spot for such outings. On every second Saturday of the month, all the current residents come out, stroll and serve themselves local treats such as coffee and chocolate.

Apart from this, you cannot miss Broken Hill Eisteddfod which encourages students to participate in music, dance, drama, arts and speech in an effort to enhance talent development. Others events include Broken Hill Silver City Show, Fringe, St. Patrick’s Race Day, ARB Paringa Desert 400 and Resources Investment Symposium. There is so much more to see and explore as you enjoy accommodation Broken Hill services. Take time to plan and make arrangements so you can have the best experience in the lost world, the Aussie way.