What to do in Broken Hill






Silver City Mint & Art Centre

The Silver City Mint and Art Centre is far more than just a regular Art Gallery.
A Silversmith on site, A world Record, An ‘Opal Mine’, and a Chocolate Factory: what more could you want?
The Silver City Mint and Art Centre have been producing quality products for over a decade and Hundreds of thousands of visitors to Broken Hill have experienced what is truly unique about the Silver City.

Bell’s Milk Bar & Museum

Bells Milk Bar is an in tact 1950’s milk bar in South Broken Hill (thanks to Les and Mavis Bell’s 1956 renovation). It is famous for its quirky décor and the ‘out of this world’ old fashioned milkshakes and soda spiders served here.

During Broken Hill’s mining hey days of the 1950s and 1960s Bells was regularly packed out and people were known to line up halfway down the street on a Sunday afternoon for a cool drink.

 

 

 

 

Silver City Tours”

The longest serving tour operator in the Far Western Region of New South Wales, Silver City Tours philosophy of sit back, relax and enjoy best sums up the most compelling reason for booking an organised tour. Whether it is half day excursion or a six day adventure tour, comfort, safety and style play an important part in your overall enjoyment and experience. That’s why our patrons travel exclusively in fully maintained luxury air-conditioned coaches and are accommodated in a wide variety of Outback styles especially selected to ensure maximum satisfaction.

Pro Hart Gallery”

From drawing and sketching to the famed landscapes and narrative paintings of his heyday, Pro was energised by all forms of creativity. He was a performance artist who experimented endlessly with new forms of expression, a sculptor who loved metal and stone and an inventor extraordinaire who loved tinkering in his back shed.

Artisan, painter, collector, father, friend and husband, Pro Hart’s life was a massive contribution to all those around him. Browse awhile and enjoy the passions he loved.