It's out there


The Broken Hill and Central Darling Shire region is full of spirit, history, diversity and character to explore and uncover – an iconic destination for every Australian to visit.

It's a different kind of Outback, dotted with greenery, red for miles, underneath a glittering night sky.

The Wilyakali and Barkindji people have called these places home for over 50,000 years and are passionate about sharing their cultural values, history, and sacred places.

With a strong community of renowned artists, a vibrant drag culture, and world-class film credentials it's a place full of heart.

A place with a history of courageous, resilient and diverse people who are proud of their origins and ready to welcome you with open arms.

Broken Hill and Central Darling Shire - It's out there!


The Darling river winds into the sunset at Menindee
A couple walks towards the Miners' Memorial at Broken Hill
An indigenous guide points out over the plains at Mutawintji National Park
A man shines a torch up at the Milky Way
A group of young indigenous dancers perform on the bank of the Darling river at Wilcannia
Drag queen Amanda Screetly entertains guests at the Palace Hotel

Video and images courtesy of Destination NSW.