Explore the oldest regional gallery in NSW. permanent collection and regular temporary exhibitions and events. For more information visit www.brokenhillaustralia.com.au for videos about Broken Hill visit www.mybrokenhill.tv
Broken Hill was the first town in Australia to be listed on the National Heritage Register. Find out what the future holds according to some of the town’s entrepreneurs. For more information on Broken Hill click here
The 2015 Foundation Broken Hill Far West Excellence in Business Awards were celebrated at a gala event on 28th November 2015. The region’s best businesses were honoured and the standard of competition was high. Tayla Frizell of MB Electrical took out the award for Apprentice of the Year which was proudly supported by Regional Development Australia Far West (http://rdafarwestnsw.org.au/). Watch the video to hear from the winner. Visit www.farwestnswbusinessawards.com to find out more about the awards Check out http://mybrokenhill.tv/category/news/2015-business-awards to see all this year’s winners and watch more Broken Hill videos Major Sponsor: Foundation Broken Hill (http://foundationbh.org.au/) Organised by Regional Development Australia Far West (http://rdafarwestnsw.org.au/) Videos by Jason King Media […]
Broken Hill is Australia’s first national Heritage Listed city. check out this video to find out about the region’s unique business landscapes and how Heritage Listing applies to business innovation. To find out more visit www.brokenhillaustralia.com.au
Check out this video from Broken Hill For Real featuring some of the contemporary artists who call the Silver City home. Features photographer Robin Sellick, sculptor Badger Bates, painter John Dynon and craft artist Ann Evers. visit www.brokenhillaustralia.com.au for more information or browse this site for heaps more videos.
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 Rachel Hammond who took out the People’s Choice category for Service With A Smile.
Not even a freak hail storm could stop the region’s best and brightest businesses across a diverse range of industries and categories from celebrating into the night at the YMCA 2016 Far West NSW Excellence in Business Awards. Thanks to a band of local businesses and efforts of venue. The Whitehouse Convention Centre and the RDA Far West team, power was restored and the beer and wine chilled in time for the event. Jason King Media caught up with the finalists and winners to hear what inspires them about doing business in the outback. To find out more about the awards including a full list of winners finalists and sponsors, […]
The Big Picture is part of the Silver City Mint and Art Gallery and is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Broken Hill. Visitors can check out the world’s biggest acrylic painting on canvas by artist Peter Anderson. Check out silvercitymint.com.au/ for more information. For more Broken hill Videos visit mybrokenhill.tv Check out brokenhillaustralia.com.au for more information on Broken Hill.
When is a shed not a shed? When it’s in Broken Hill it seems. Within these sheds you’ll find the fruits of lifelong obsessions – tools, historical relics, vinyl records (33s and 78s), exquisite vehicles – and these collections continue to grow by the day. We met a few of Broken Hill’s proudest shed owners, and took a wander through their pride and joy. Made by The Nest www.wearethenest.com.au
[Source: BrokenHillForReal youtube Channel] It’s known as the “Hollywood of the Outback”, and for very good reason, with countless iconic films having been set there. We spoke to two locals about how their slices of Broken Hill in to Australian film history; Esther La Rovere, Managing Director at the Palace Hotel, where most of The Adventures of Priscilla Queen of the Desert was filmed, and Adrian Bennett, owner of the Mad Max Museum. Produced by The Nest For more information on Broken Hill visit www.brokenhillaustralia.com.au