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Booking a top-performance motorhome and campervan hire in Broken Hill is easy

The Living Desert sculptures in Broken Hill

Make your trip to Broken Hill more comfortable with a campervan or motorhome rental. VroomVroomVroom can help you compare rates and reserve a camper and RV hire in destinations across Australia. Our booking system is easy to use, and you do not need to worry about being charged any hidden fees.

Discover Broken Hill — the Silver City — with a reliable camper rental

Broken Hill is a fascinating and historic mining city located in outback New South Wales. Visitors to Broken Hill can learn about the heritage of the area, and stop by the home of the Royal Flying Doctor Service of Australia. Don’t miss a chance to visit mining museums, art galleries, lookouts and the impressive Living Desert. If you love history and appreciate great artwork, Broken Hill is highly recommended.

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Top campervan and motorhome campsites in Broken Hill

Broken Hill Tourist Park can be found at 142 Rakow Street, around around three kilometres from the Tourist Information Centre and 1.5 kilometres from the Centro Westside Plaza Shopping Centre in Broken Hill. The establishment offers cabins and both ensuite and powered sites. The park is pet-friendly and features a swimming pool, barbecues and free WiFi.

Top attractions in Broken Hill

The Living Desert State park features 12 sandstone sculptures in a beautiful outback setting. The sculptures were created by artists from around the world, and they make for a great photo at sunset. The iconic sight is located just outside of Broken Hill off Nine Mile Road.

Absaloms Gallery is located at 638 Chapple Street in Broken Hill. The gallery features and sells original artworks, books, films, jewellery, placemats and prints.

Albert Kersten Mining and Mineral Museum sits at the corner of Crystal and Bromide Streets, showcasing a wide range of gems, minerals, rocks and many other items related to Broken Hill’s mining industry and history. It also contains exhibits celebrating the Earth’s history, metallurgy and more.

Duke of Cornwall Park sits at the corner of Argent and Garnet Street. The park has two tennis courts for hire, picnic tables, free gas barbecue, and a playground.

Mutawintji National Park is an ideal venue for activities like spotting wildlife, bird watching, bush walking, camping, cycling and hiking. The park can be reached via the Mutawintji Road. It is a popular venue for many cultural gatherings.