Silver City Mint and Art Centre, Broken Hill
(3.6/5 based on 160+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • This gallery has an extensive range of art and jewellery. The Big Picture costs $7.50 each seniors and well worth the price. Take your time and look at the detail and the foreground is so real. Also l...  more »
  • This centre incorporates the Broken Hill Chocolate factory, the worlds largest single painting by one artist, and all sorts of jewellery made on the premises. The largest painting is superb in its own...  more »
  • A must when visiting Broken Hill. Visit the largest painting and have a browse through. Great for kids and adults at a minimal cost. Fabulous gifts and very very well priced silver jewellery. 
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  • Really interesting place to visit. Worth paying to see the The Big Picture.
  • A fascinating glimpse at the past, aligned with the present
  • SAVE your money. Nice shop- lots of jewelry- unfortunately we spent quite a lot on a silver bracelet bracelet that fell off that night while I was out. I did send a nice email suggesting that it was either poor workmanship or poor design (as they make all their own jewelry) but I have yet to hear back from them. Probably better to save your money and but elsewhere.
  • Sensational! Staff friendly and helpful. The Big Picture was stunning so worth the stop highly recommended!
  • More a gift shop than a gallery but does sell great fudge. The 'Big Picture' a 100x28m painting costs $7.50 extra to even see.