Albert Kersten Mining and Minerals Museum
The Albert Kersten Mining and Minerals Museum, also known as the GeoCentre, represents the extensive mineral history of Broken Hill. This geological science museum boasts a 42kg silver nugget as well as a large mineral collection, and it is home to the Silver Tree. The interpretive centre's hand-on displays highlight the history of the planet and the science of crystals. At the Albert Kersten Mining and Minerals Museum you can explore all aspects of Broken Hill's unique geology, as well as the earth sciences of mineralogy and metallurgy. In addition, the museum highlights the rich social history of the town.
Open Tuesday-Saturday: 10am - 4pm.
Located at the corner of Crystal and Bromide Streets.
Phone: 08 8080 3501