Broken Hill Regional Art Gallery, Broken Hill
(4.7/5 based on 70 reviews on the web)
Opened in 1904 Broken Hill Regional Art Gallery is the oldest regional gallery in New South Wales. The beautifully restored building displays a selection of works from the City of Broken Hill's art collection and a quality program of temporary exhibitions by local, state and national artists along with touring exhibitions. The exhibition program also includes the Gallery's annual acquisitive award, the 'Outback Open Art Prize'.
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  • Unfortunately we went here after the Pro Hart Gallery and were not as impressed as we thought we would be 
  • A wonderful cool surprise in outback NSW. I enjoyed wandering around experiencing the wide variety of art styles on show. The pop culture phantom exhibition was a bit of fun and all for a gold coin do...  more »
  • This is a very beautiful building, and a cool oasis out of the Broken Hill heat. The main show seemed to be a general Australian art show so I avoided that, but the Phantom show was excellent. 
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  • Wonderful place showcasing the history and art.
  • An absolute must see. Quality throughout
  • The space is great. So is the curation and permanent collection.
  • Great place, fantastic pieces, but my favorite part was the library on the first floor with history books on broken hill and Australia in general, there were art books spread across the table to browse through and Lerner more about the artists in the gallery. I ended up spending almost 3 hours here, well worth the $5 donation. I was so inspired I went across the road to the art supply store and bought a sketch pad and pencil: be warned, you will too!