Harsh yet fragile, the rugged natural beauty of Outback NSW has been appreciated for millennia by the region’s Aboriginal inhabitants. Aboriginal artworks, some 30,000 years old, adorn sites in Mutawintji National Park.
The Outback is a region of grand horizons, of adventure, emus and opal mines. Here you’ll find some real Australian characters. Outback pubs, quirkily decorated and built to quench legendary thirsts, are full of welcoming locals and memorable stories. Hold your conference in Outback NSW and you are sure to return with great memories.
Broken Hill, also known as the Silver City, was built on the world’s largest silver, lead and zinc mine run by Broken Hill Proprietary Company Limited (BHP). These days, Broken Hill offers much more than mining tours. Just outside the city, this special slice of the Outback comes alive with its distinctive, clear light and expansive vistas, which have inspired hundreds of artists and photographers.
Mutawintji National Park
Appreciate Aboriginal art and view some of the Aboriginal heritage of Mutawintji National Park.
Royal Flying Doctor
Visit the Royal Flying Doctor base at Broken Hill. See the radio room handling calls to and from remote towns and stations.
Linger over an ale at a ghost town pub at Silverton while enjoying an exhibition of film and television memorabilia.
Stroll around the spectacular Living Desert Sculptures, atop
Fly to Broken Hill with Regional Express (Rex) in just three hours. For a more leisurely trip, take the CountryLink train service from Sydney to Broken Hill.
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