Broken Hill Tourist Park

NSW
Broken Hill
Dogs Allowed
Get to know the real Australia with an authentic outback holiday experience in Broken Hill. Blending its mining heritage with unique modern-day culture and charm, the town is full of surprises and packed with things to see and do. Award-winning Broken Hill Tourist Park is ideally located to explore the town and region, with a range of self-contained accommodation options from powered caravan and camping sites to spacious cabins, and outstanding facilities to enjoy.

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BBQ
BBQ
Camp Kitchen
Camp Kitchen
Dump Point
Dump Point
WiFi
WiFi
Swimming Pool
Swimming Pool
Tour Desk
Tour Desk
Playground
Playground
Kiosk/Store
Kiosk/Store
Laundry
Laundry
Current Deals
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Park Features
BBQ
BBQ;
Camp Kitchen
Camp Kitchen;
Dump Point
Dump Point;
WiFi
WiFi;
Swimming Pool
Swimming Pool;
Tour Desk
Tour Desk;
Playground
Playground;
Kiosk/Store
Kiosk/Store;
Laundry
Laundry;
Current Deals
Park Info
Get to know the real Australia with an authentic and unique Aussie outback holiday experience in Broken Hill. Discover this historic NSW town that’s undoubtedly on every bucket list, where mining heritage perfectly complements the thriving arts scene, and the local characters are as rugged as the landscape.

And what better way to explore this unique town than from the comfortable self-contained accommodation at Broken Hill Tourist Park, close to the heart of town and all the great tourist attractions that draw visitors to the Silver City.
 
Whether you’re in a van, camping, or staying in self-contained accommodation, Broken Hill Tourist Park has a range of stay options. Think luxurious cabins to powered caravan and camping sites, plus a range of facilities and amenities that match anything the big city tourist parks offer.

Broken Hill accommodation doesn’t get any better with Superior cabins that sleep four, Deluxe cabins that sleep six, and a range of Ensuite cabins that can cater for two to four people. All cabins are self-contained and feature reverse-cycle air-conditioning, TV, full kitchen or kitchenette, ensuite bathroom, and all linen and towels. The Superior and Deluxe cabins also feature open-plan living areas with a sofa and a balcony for alfresco dining.

If you’re in a van or camping, there are powered sites, ensuite sites, drive-through sites, and unpowered sites available. 

Outstanding park facilities include sparkling swimming pool, playground, BBQ area, camp kitchen, park-wide wifi, guest laundry, dump point, and a kiosk/store with a tour desk.

With a mining heritage that dates back to 1885, Broken Hill today is a modern, thriving regional city of some 17,000 people. As Australia’s first heritage-listed town, a tour of the mines is a ‘must-do’ as is a visit to the many museums and memorials, a Broken Hill pub crawl, and day trips to Silverton where many classic Aussie films were made, plus the stunning Meningie Lakes.

There is a thriving arts community encompassing everything from traditional painting, murals and street art to sculptures and environmental installations. In fact, the more than 20 galleries outnumber the pubs!

And if you’re a nature lover and into indigenous culture, there are plenty of National Parks within easy reach that provide walking trails and picnic areas, plus extraordinary examples of local Aboriginal art.

Finally, foodies aren’t forgotten with restaurants, pubs, caf├ęs, and takeaways providing plenty of tasty options. And for something out of the ordinary, make Bell’s Milk Bar a ‘must-visit’.
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