Arts and culture
Broken Hill stands as an artistic and cultural beacon amongst the Australian outback.
The birthplace of Pro Hart, and home to the legendary Brushmen of the Bush, an artistic legacy continues to thrive here amongst a sophisticated yet down to earth café scene.
With possibly more artists per head of population than anywhere else in the nation, no trip to Broken Hill is complete without a visit to the Broken Hill Regional Art Gallery, housed in the historic Sully's building.
Interspersed between the many galleries and cafes you can read the tale of the city's rise to prosperity in its architecture.
From Federation and Victorian buildings to the curving faces of 1930s Art Deco, and classic tin cottages - our walls tell our story.