Broken Hill hotels
Broken Hill, Australia
In New South Wales, there is a town called Broken Hill. Although the name does not conjure up blissful holiday thoughts, visitors will be amazed at this Australian town. From miraculous sunrises to wildflowers, red kangaroos and city heritage, travellers will feel at home the minute they arrive.
Broken Hill Attractions
- Sturt National Park
- Broken Hill Regional Art Gallery
- Albert Kersten Mining and Minerals Museum
Broken Hill Activities
- See ancient burial grounds at the Mungo National Park
- Enjoy a trek into the Outback with guides
- Visit the Living Desert Reserve, a must-see attraction
Broken Hill Climate
With its desert climate, Broken Hill experiences very cold, dry winters and hot, dry summers. The average high temperature during summer (November through March) can be as high as 90°F (32°C). Although humidity is low, an occasional storm does occur; visitors should be prepared for dust storms as well while visiting in and around the town.
Getting There & Around
As a stop on the great Southern Railway, Broken Hill is easy to reach. The popular CountryLink Xplorer runs between the town and Sydney weekly. The Broken Hill Airport operates air service to and from Sydney and other destinations.
Broken Hill can be traversed by hired car or bus. Most visitors will find walking sufficient in town, while further distances will require a vehicle. It is important to note the town is somewhat remote, and exploring should be done by those who have knowledge of the Outback.
Business and leisure travellers visiting Broken Hill find comfortable accommodations and convenient location at ibis Styles Broken Hill (previously all seasons). Tourists at this value-for-money... More