The Broken Hill Sculptures & Living Desert Sanctuary, Broken Hill

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The Broken Hill Sculptures & Living Desert Sanctuary provides impressive views back on Broken Hill and a safe place for exploring the edge of the Outback. Take to the 180 hectare (445 acre) reserve's walking trails to inspect local plants and animals and admire the numerous artist-created sandstone sculptures. Visit when the setting sun adds red hues to the sandstone. The reserve has gas barbecues in its picnic area and a fence to keep out predators. Put The Broken Hill Sculptures & Living Desert Sanctuary at the forefront of your travel plans using our Broken Hill vacation generator.
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  • A short drive out of town - give yourself time to see the sculptures before watching the sun set. Could be some wildlife (yes there are ants). If you are a cheapskate you will not pay the entry fee, b...  more »
  • Look like lumps of stone, ants and flies were annoying. Best part was seeing a baby kangaroo just before the sculptures. 
  • We visited at about 10.30am on a clear, cloudless, hot summer's day. Not another person in the vicinity so was lovely to have it all to ourselves. To be honest, I preferred the views to the sculptures...  more »