The Broken Hill Visitor Information Centre is now open Monday to Friday 9am - 4pm
Covid-19 safety measures will be in place to ensure that the health and safety of our visitors and staff is our upmost priority.
We are excited to welcome back visitors to Broken Hill and we hope you have a great time exploring the Region!
-The Visitor Services Team
Click here to view a list of businesses/experiences and their availability during COVID19
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Nowhere in Outback NSW comes close to Broken Hill when it comes to options for anything your taste buds might fancy.
Snacks, meals, delicious Australian or international cuisine, locally grown fresh produce, unbelievable cakes and desserts, vegetarian or vegan, any number of takeaway alternatives…the city punches well above its weight as far as eating and drinking choices are concerned.
You have to go a very long way to find anywhere with such a spread of quality restaurants – from silver service to great coffee and cakes – cafes, clubs, wine bars, cocktail lounges, country pubs, grand hotels – all packed into one town.
So while you’re here, be sure to whet your appetite with some seriously mouth-watering meals. Whether it’s a succulent steak, lamb korma, a churro basket full of icecream or just a juicy burger and chips, you’ll find it within easy reach.
Many Broken Hill restaurants and cafes serve Australian cuisine and offer a wide range of local fare for snacks and meals. From menu to menu you’ll also find Indian, Chinese, Malaysian and other Asian influences, Italian, Cajun and Creole.
And it’s not just about the choice of what to eat and drink. Dining out in Broken Hill can be done in grand Victorian establishments, quirky cafes, historic hotels and clubs, venues with live music – and you’ll find plenty of locals love to eat and drink around town as well. For a walk down memory lane and the best milkshakes in town, make a visit to Bell’s Milk Bar a priority.
Great food, drink and venues in an exceptional outback setting – you won’t do it better than Broken Hill.