SYDNEY WEEKENDER EXPLORES BROKEN HILL | TRI STATE SAFARIS
Sydney Weekender returns to Broken Hill with host Lizzy Lovett. This time Lizzy shows Australia how to do Broken Hill on budgeted time.
EXPLORE BROKEN HILL WITH LIZZY LOVETT
Broken Hill is jam-packed with historic buildings, art galleries, iconic landmarks and wide-sweeping backdrops. And any traveller would have a hard time fitting it all into 48 hours. We can say Lizzy, definitely has her work cut out for her.
There is so much more that just can’t be squeezed into two days!
We recommend that travellers allow a week to explore our hometown and its surrounding communities. If possible give yourself enough time to visit Wilcannia or White Cliffs as well. We promise you won’t be disappointed.
If a weekend is all you have, follow in Lizzy’s footsteps with the Tri State Safaris 1 Day Broken Hill and Silverton Explorer tour.
PLUS save 5% on summer accommodation at any Out of the Ordinary Outback venue!
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Exploring Broken Hill
Keen on a trip to Broken Hill, but not sure what to do? Here is how to see the best of Broken Hill in 48 hours ?For more information, visit http://bit.ly/VisitBrokenHillPosted by Sydney Weekender on Monday, 17 September 2018
RECREATE THE ADVENTURE WITH TRI STATE SAFARIS
Don’t let us have all the fun – experience the adventure for yourself! Lizzy and the Weekender crew explored outback Australia with these Out of the Ordinary Outback packages and venues.
1 Day Broken Hill and Silverton Explorer Tour by Tri State Safaris
Explore the unique mining culture and artistic community of heritage-listed city, Broken Hill. Journey through sweeping salt-bush landscapes to the cinematic gem of Silverton. Then, complete your experience with stunning views and sandstone sculptures from the hill-top Sculpture Symposium.
1 Day Menindee and Kinchega National Park Tour by Tri State Safaris
Departing from Broken Hill, journey to the picturesque landscapes of the Menindee Lakes. Defined by its often-painted ‘drowned’ red river gums, the Menindee Lakes are an important part of local indigenous and pastoral history. Wildlife is abundant here, with a variety of native animals and birdlife calling this land home. A visit to Kinchega National Park offers insight into the hardships undertaken by early station workers.
Out of the Ordinary Outback Accommodation by the Argent Motel
Situated in the heart of Australia’s ‘Gateway to the Outback’, the Argent Motel offers family-friendly accommodation at a family-friendly prices. The venue’s central location is walking distance from local restaurants, art galleries, food and gift stores and attractions.
Book your Out of the Ordinary adventure by calling 1300 688 225 or email email@example.com