[Source: Broken Hill For Real Youtube Channel] The official Australian National Heritage list contains just over 100 locations such as Uluru, the Great Barrier Reef, Sydney Opera House … and now Broken Hill. How did an outback mining town win such an accolade, and what does it mean? To find out, we talked to the people behind Broken Hill’s successful campaign to become Australia’s first Heritage City – Professor Simon Molesworth, heritage consultant Liz Vines, historian Peter Black and the current City mayor, Wincen Cuy. For more information about Broken Hill visit www.brokenhillaustralia.com.au
The Battle of Broken Hill (AKA the Picnic Train Attack) is one of the most infamous in the town’s history. Find out more about this event in the video including how you can explore the remaining commemorative sites and interpretation in Broken Hill. For more videos about Broken Hill visit www.mybrokenhill.tv visit www.brokenhillaustralia.com.au for more information about Broken Hill. Thanks to the Sulphide St Railway Museum.
A full house celebrated the achievements of the region’s best and brightest businesses across a diverse range of industries and categories. This is a short sample of what the awards mean to some of the finalists and winners. To find out more about the awards including a full list of winners finalists and sponsors, visit www.farwestnswbusinessawards.com For more videos on Broken Hill & Far West NSW visit www.mybrokenhill.tv For more about Broken hill visit www.brokenhillaustralia.com.au
You’ve Landed in the 1950s! Step into the land of malted milks and soda spider, discover a lost world , and experience one of Broken Hill’s longest running businesses for a true ‘taste’ of local history. for more information visit www.bellsmilkbar.com.au to find out more about Broken Hill visit www.brokenhillaustralia.com.au visit www.mybrokenhill.tv to watch more videos about Broken Hill.
What’s more important than sport? When a series of unfortunate incidents threaten to prevent him from watching the big game of Friday Night Football, Smithy, a retired farmer resorts to desperate and surprising measures. This is a volunteer-created No-Budget film from Outback Filmmakers in Broken Hill Australia. Visit www.mybrokenhill.tv for more Broken hill Videos Check out www.brokenhillaustralia.com.au for more info on Broken Hill. Credits: The Big Game Written, Directed & Edited by Jason King Cast: Smithy Graham Warren Mary Joy Thomas TV Commentators Gavin Coote Jason King Radio Commentators Damien Fisher Bryan Mullard Production Manager – John Macleaod Director of Photography – Nick Crowhurst First Assistant Director – Gavin Coote […]
Photography Road Trip from Melbourne to Outback NSW, Broken Hill. Fujifilm X-Pro2 and X100S To see all of our photographs and more, head to mayasugiharto.com or our instagram pages instagram.com/mayasugiharto and instagram.com/photographersassistant.
Organised by RDA Far West NSW in partnership with a range of local businesses, The Consolidated Mining & Civil Far West NSW Excellence in Business Awards were held on 29th November 2014 at the Broken hill Civic Centre. The event saw 18 local businesses and individuals recognised with awards for outstanding achievements in the local community. This is a short clip of Alex Page, the 2014 Young Business Executive. For more information visit http://www.farwestnswbusinessawards.com
Check out this Clip of Bells Milk Bar staff having fun, and the unstoppable dancing urge that comes over the customers when they’ve consumed one of the famous Milkshakes or spiders served here… be sure to watch till the end. visit www.bellsmilkbar.com.au to order syrups on line or find out more. for more Broken hill videos, visit www.mybrokenhill.tv, and visit www.brokenhillaustralia.com.au to learn more about Broken hill.