Isolated by hundreds of kilometres of dry, red dust, Broken Hill exemplifies every aspect of the Australian outback.
Located in the state of New South Wales, the arid and inhospitable landscape surrounding Australia’s longest-lived mining town possesses its own unique form of natural beauty; a beauty unsurpassed by other outback locations across the country.
The town of Broken Hill has inspired artists and filmmakers alike. It has been the movie set for several blockbusters – think Max II and Priscilla Queen of the Desert – and houses over 20 art galleries, including the late Pro Hart’s gallery.
If you are seeking an unlikely travel destination rich in Australian history, with a thriving art culture and a desert landscape yearning for exploration, there is no other place worthy of a visit.