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.


Development Application
16 February 2018

Lodging a Development Application should now be significantly easier with Council recently...

Walk tour
16 February 2018

If you have a passion for your home town and enjoy telling a tale or two, then the Heritage...

The Broken Hill Regional Art Gallery building - Formerly Sully's Emporium
13 February 2018

The Broken Hill Heritage Committee is inviting locals to have input into a festival to...

26 January 2018

Robynne Sanderson has taken out the top honour at this year's Australia Day Awards.

You and Me

Following his Thursday night performance for the Broken Heel Festival join Liam Benson for "You and Me", a participatory performance artwork that acknowledges Australia's Aboriginal history and present through sequin embroidery. Audience members are invited to work collaboratively with Liam, where participants can learn how to sew sequins whilst acknowledging country through a map depicting the diverse language groups of First Nation Australians.

Headdresses and Fun Accessories!

In conjunction with the Broken Heel Festival, the Broken Hill Regional Art Gallery presents Dream Merchant artists Liam Benson and Naomi Oliver who, inside the Gallery's Workshop Shed, will teach you how to design and create your own fabulous headdresses and accessories using sequins, glitter and feathers. Workshop for ages 6 and up.

Limited places, bookings are essential.

The Visit

Not now! It's Christmas!

Jesus turns up in the Vicar's parish and stays for Christmas! Adapted from a short story by Adrian Plass.

Bishop Rob Gillion in his one-man show. Directed by Janine Gillion.

Tickets available at he Musicians Club

Exhibition | Folded Lines - Remnim Alexander Tayco

Folded Lines is a series of works that juxtapose elements of a traditional landscape with angular geometric forms. Using a linear perspective grid, simple plotted lines become a mass of three dimensional shapes, enhancing the illusion of depth and space. In contrast, the enclosure of the landscape on a platform or in a viewing window creates a sense of density and confinement. The combination of visually discordant elements invoke a dichotomy of conflicting senses; tranquil yet agitated, surreal but familiar, meditative then energetic.

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