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Welcome to Broken Hill City Council

Broken Hill will be a vibrant, prosperous and culturally rich Heritage City shared with visitors from around the world. Council will provide high quality services and leadership to enhance community living and facilitate a prosperous economy.

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23 April 2019

Council has committed to lighting up the city with a $1.68m tender awarded to Sydney-based...

18 April 2019
  • Councillor Tom Kennedy lodged three notices of motion calling for $3.2 million...
VIC
18 April 2019

Councillors have made good on their promise to listen to feedback regarding a proposed site...

17 April 2019

The recent passing of renowned local artist Jack Absalom has sparked a renewed interest in...

Have your say on Council’s budget, opening hours

Broken Hill City Library

Locals are invited to have their say on Council's budget and a proposed review of operating hours at a series of engagement sessions next week.

Council will be holding three public sessions that will feature a presentation on Council's finances, and discussion around a proposal to reduce operating hours at the Albert Kersten Mining and Mineral Museum (GeoCentre), Broken Hill Regional Art Gallery, and Broken Hill City Library.

May Gibbs' Exhibition

It’s 100 years since May Gibbs’ adorable characters found their way into the homes and hearts of Australians, and Broken Hill City Library is celebrating with a free travelling display featuring May Gibbs’ iconic artwork, on from 5th to 17th May.

Tech Savvy Seniors Regional Road Show

Come along to a free technology session followed by some light refreshments.
The 2018 Tech Savvy Seniors Regional Road Show will be visiting Broken Hill on 20 and 23 April.
The road show will provide seniors with the opportunity to participate in training in how to use and operate different technology devices such as computers, tablets and smartphones. Tech Savvy Seniors can help you to build your skills and confidence to use technology, stay in touch with family and friends and access important services online.

Tech Savvy Seniors Regional Road Show

Come along to a free technology session followed by some light refreshments. The 2018 Tech Savvy Seniors Regional Road Show will be visiting Broken Hill on 20 and 23 April. The road show will provide seniors with the opportunity to participate in training in how to use and operate different technology devices such as computers, tablets and smartphones. Tech Savvy Seniors can help you to build your skills and confidence to use technology, stay in touch with family and friends and access important services online.

Positive signs for city’s finances

A briefcase full of money

The turnaround of Council's finances appears on track with a report from the NSW Government acknowledging the city's improved financial position.

The State Government carries out periodic assessments of NSW Councils' finances and assets through its Treasury Corporation (TCorp) in order to ascertain each Council's long-term financial strength, or Financial Sustainability Rating (FSR).

Upcoming Events

Knitting group
26 April 2019

Join us for a...

26 April 2019

Broken Hill is the only place in NSW where the game of Two-up can...