Silverton Gaol Museum

Located at Silverton on Wilyakali Country in the Far West of NSW and run by the Broken Hill Historical Society, the Silverton Gaol Museum is one of the former mining town’s main visitor attractions.  Aside from displaying numerous objects relating to the evolution of mining at Silverton and its surrounding localities and mines, the museum […]

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Outback Mosque Museum

The Outback Mosque Museum is located in the historic mining town of Broken Hill, on Wilyakali Country, in the Far West of New South Wales. The mosque was built c. 1891 by the town’s early South-East Asian cameleers as a place of worship for the followers of the Prophet Mohammed. It was located alongside a […]

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Test – Trades Hall Broken Hill Copy

Built 1891-1905 Trades Hall is one of the few surviving Victorian buildings in Broken Hill. It is prominently located and has been little altered externally since it was built. Its chief internal feature is a vast painted ceiling in a geometrical pattern. The Trades Hall Collection consists of a wide variety of artefacts associated with […]

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Albert Kersten Mining and Minerals Museum (Geocentre)

Albert Kersten Mining and Minerals Museum, also known as the GeoCentre, is located in the historic mining city of Broken Hill, on Wilyakali Country, in the Far West Region of New South Wales.  Located in an historic bond store building, this ‘must see’ geological science museum traces and showcases Broken Hill’s rich mining history. On […]

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The Broken Hill Trades Hall Trust

The Broken Hill Trades Hall Trust collection is housed in the historic Trades Hall building in Broken Hill, on Wilyakali Country, in the Far West of New South Wales. The Trades Hall building was built from 1891 to 1905 and is a renowned example of Victorian-era civic architecture.  Dating from the late nineteenth century, the […]

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Sulphide Street Railway and Historical Museum

The Sulphide Street Railway and Historical Museum is in the mining town of Broken Hill, on Wilyakali Country, in the Far West region of New South Wales. The Museum occupies the former 1905 tram station. Its displays tell stories about the town’s industrial, transport and cultural heritage. Highlights include locomotives and memorabilia from the Silverton […]

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Broken Hill Outback Archives

The Broken Hill Outback Archives occupies the first floor of the Broken Hill City Library, which is located in the historic mining city of Broken Hill, on Wiljali Country, in the Far West region of New South Wales.  Since the early 1960’s the city’s librarians have collected a considerable quantity of archival material which was kept […]

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Synagogue of The Outback Museum

The Synagogue of The Outback Museum is located in the city of Broken Hill, on Wilyakali Country, in the Far West of New South Wales. The museum is housed in the former Broken Hill Synagogue that operated from 1911 to 1962. The historic premises, including the Rabbi’s residence, was purchased by the Broken Hill Historical […]

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Broken Hill Regional Art Gallery

Broken Hill Regional Art Gallery is located in the historic mining city of Broken Hill, on Wiljali Country, in the Far West region of New South Wales.  Housed in a grand 19th century building in the central business district, this is the oldest regional art gallery in New South Wales. Along with its permanent displays, […]

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