Welcome to Broken Hill City Council

Broken Hill will be a safe, vibrant, prosperous and culturally rich City achieved through community leadership and sustainable management. Council will provide responsive community leadership and high quality services in a sustainable manner to maintain and enhance Broken Hill’s lifestyle.


4 September 2015

Police prosecutor Brad Scanlan – an original member of the NSW Police Force’s Gay and Lesbian Liaison Officers – is bringing a special exhibition to Broken Hill as the city gears up for the Broken

3 September 2015

Broken Hill City Council General Manager Therese Manns will leave the organisation on 30 September to take up a role with Sutherland Shire Council. The following statements were made:

Australia Day nominations open
1 September 2015

It is a day which represents community, and the biggest event on our Australia Day celebrations is the awarding of the city's citizen of the year awards.

28 August 2015

The lease is locked in and all is in readiness for the Priscilla Bus to once again hit the road as one of the key features of the Broken Heel Festival to be staged in the city from September 11-13,

Woven Worlds: Ten years of ‘en plein air’ tapestries

Kalpitiya, Sri Lanka, 2011, 10.5 x 19 cm

Broken Hill Regional Gallery is proud to present Woven Worlds: Ten years of ‘en plein air’ tapestries,
an exhibition of exquisite and finely woven landscape tapestries by Cresside Collette.
The exhibition will open Friday night, 24 July.
Comprising twenty-five small-scale tapestries, the exhibition celebrates the artist’s decade long
journey refining a method of tapestry weaving inspired by the Impressionist tradition of painting
outdoors in the open air or en plein air.

Council seeks to recover rates

Broken Hill City Council will look to recover some $700,000 in unpaid rates through the sale of land.

Mayor Wincen Cuy said it was a last resort by Council in an attempt to recover the unpaid money.
“Council has made numerous efforts to contact owners to give them the opportunity to make payment arrangements. These efforts have failed and as a last resort Council has approved to sell identified properties for unpaid rates and charges.” Mayor Cuy said.