Published on 22 February 2021
'Over $5000 in prizes will be announced on the night.'
Published on 16 February 2021
"We've had great feedback so far."
Under COVID-19 regulations, Council can admit a maximum of 18 members of the public to the Council Chambers.
Published on 12 February 2021
"We thank the State Government for their support in our endeavours to make long overdue upgrades to the city's infrastructure."
Published on 08 February 2021
"She had a well-earned reputation as a fearless and forthright leader."
Published on 18 January 2021
"The city has recorded eight dog attacks in the past six weeks."
Published on 14 January 2021
Doors open from 8.30am for a 9am start.
Published on 05 January 2021
"I implore everyone to be calm and responsible while contact tracing and testing is underway."
Published on 18 December 2020
"With large public gatherings off the table due to COVID-19 restrictions we had to look at alternatives."
25 February 2021
The political cartoons of one of Australia's most influential cartoonists.
26 February 2021
Creating work that emerges out of an emotive response to her lived experience of landscape, this exhibition shows work developed from the artist’s travels in regional Australia and her artist residency on Kangaroo Island in June 2020.
Juxtaposing ephemeral and eternal; natural and synthetic materials, Anthropocene illustrates our impact and the effects our activity is having on the environment.
Join the artists of the Willyama Arts Society in the 58th Exhibition at the Broken Hill Regional Art Gallery.
Come and be creative at the Old Brewery, drawing from a life model while listening to live music for inspiration.
27 February 2021
Join Jane Skeer to discuss her recent body of work, produced last year in response to the devastating bushfires on Kangaroo Island.
19 March 2021
A fantastic, free, film festival!
28 March 2021
‘A Taste of Ireland―The Irish Music & Dance Sensation’ returns with a performance that is‘Celtic―for this decade’. Laugh, cry and jig into the night with a show that has entertainedthousands.
01 April 2021
Watch the history of Broken Hill come to life on the rear of the Town Hall Facade in a projection mapped display.Images taken from the extensive collection of the Outback Archives will showcase Broken Hill's mining and cultural history.Grab and milkshake or spider from the Bells Milk Bar Van whilst you taken in the sights and sound of Broken Hill at the turn of the century.
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