You can also call us on 08 8080 3560.
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We hope to welcome you to Broken Hill on your next journey!
- The Visitor Services team
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From the luxurious to no-frills, from spa suites to backpacker-friendly hostels; from historic outback stations and grand Victorian era hotel to modern apartments and motels – Broken Hill and surrounds offers a diversity of accommodation to suit any budget.
In fact in this part of the world you can experience some unique places to rest your head, including underground accommodation, a church stay, historic shearers’ quarters and spectacular outback national parks where you’ll catch some of the best sunrises and sunsets in the entire country.
Accommodation options include backpackerfriendly hostels to spa suites, historic outback stations and grand Victorian and
Federation era hotels to modern apartments and motels – plus
caravan and camping grounds with an array of facilities.
Quite a few hotels offer accommodation, including some that occupy iconic boom-era buildings. Take yourself back in time and enjoy the view from a classically wide veranda outside your room or join the locals in the bar for a drink and a discussion of the day’s events, followed by a traditional counter meal.
A number of local motels also provide wellappointed lodgings and there is a great selection of self-contained apartments, townhouses and executive style homes also offered for short-term hire and overnight stays.
For those bringing their own digs, there are two excellent caravan and camping parks in Broken Hill, which have powered and unpowered sites as well as ensuite sites and cabins for hire. At the end of the day, a well-appointed caravan park can make a welcome home for a night or several days.
If you’ve been camping out, the little luxuries can make all the difference. Kick back, take a dip in the pool and enjoy a beverage as the sun sets while you take in the wildlife and colours of the landscape.
If your preference is to hit the hay beneath endless outback night skies, soak up the silence, wake up to glorious sunrises, uninterrupted outback views and wetlands teeming with birds and other wildlife, then there’s nowhere better than Kinchega National Park, just an hour and a half’s drive from town.
So whether you’re here for a few nights or longer, if your budget’s unlimited or planned to the very last cent – you’ll find accommodation to suit in Broken Hill, and not far away, that caters perfectly and provides a comfortable base from which to explore.