Broken Hill Architecture

Broken Hill's architecture offers film makers the opportunity to create stories across several eras. With the right building already in place, minimal set design is required, making Broken Hill a cost-effective location. Moreover, the historic architecture carries the weight of the town's history, lending an authenticity that deepens the film's immersion. In essence, Broken Hill's architecture transcends its role as a backdrop, becoming a versatile tool for filmmakers to create believable and visually striking stories.

Broken Hill Trades Hall




Town Hall Facade


Broken Hill Synagogue


Sulphide Street Railway Museum and Historical Museum