I was surprised to hear that many people only schedule a one night stop-over in the city, as they didn't realise how much there was to do and see. One night is definitely too short.
Although I've been to Broken Hill countless times since my first visit in 2002, I'm sorry to say I haven't visited White's Mineral Art and Living Mining Museum, but I've heard many good things about it. It's often been on my list but I've run out of time.
I was pleased to come across a Tweet to a link to an interesting article by a recent Broken Hill visitor, Gayle Beveridge, who spent some time at White's earlier this month.
Address - 1 Allendale Street, Broken Hill
Telephone - 08 8087 2878
9am - 5pm daily
I've added a link taking you to her blog post, which tells of her enjoyable time at the museum http://www.weekendnotes.com/whites-mineral-art-and-living-mining-museum-and-doll-and-bear-cottage/
We visited thei interesting and quirky museum in #BrokenHill. http://t.co/uvplZTA9gf White's Mineral Art & Living Mining Museum. #NSWTourismHere are some other links to more information about this unique attraction.
— Gayle Beveridge (@GayleBeveridge) March 23, 2015
There is also an extensive 'doll and bear display'. Kevin 'Bushy' White and his wife Betty own and run the museum and gallery. There is a small entry fee.
Enjoy, cheers, Jane Deany