Industry Accredited and proudly affiliated with Top Tourist Parks of Australia
142 Rakow Street
New South Wales , NSW 2880
+61 8 8087 3841
Awarded Broken Hill's Best Caravan Park for 2008 & 2009, Broken Hill Tourist Park offers a wide selection of accommodation to suit all budgets ranging from luxury self contained corporate and tourist accommodation, standard park cabins, powered and unpowered sites and a shady lawn area for tents and swags. Also offering a pet friendly environment for all sites and designated cabins.
Aileen and Dave McIvor and their family purchased the business in April 2010 from the Radio Broken Hill Group who previously owned the park for more than 25 years.
As owners and operators of the Eldorado Tourist Park in Geelong for the past 13 years, Aileen, Dave and the kids are well versed in caravan park operations. Offering a welcoming and informed team to assist with your accommodation requirements whilst providing a wealth of local knowledge on Broken Hill and surrounds, the team at Broken Hill Tourist Park offer the best in service and accommodation.
Industry Accredited and proudly affiliated with Top Tourist Parks of Australia, all guests are assured a standard of service and accommodation.
To join Top tourist simply ask one of our friendly team members on arrival who will issue your membership allowing you to reap the benefits immediately. For further information and on line membership, visit www.toptouristparks.com.au
Broken Hill Tourist Park is committed to training and development and quality business practices. Our Park has gone through an extensive audit program and a National Industry Accrediting process designed to meet the specific needs of the industry, ensuring that we are doing our best to meet the requirements of our guests.
As members of the peak National Tourism Body for the caravanning, camping, other RV products and holiday parks industry, we have a responsibility to promote our key tourism market to Australian Holiday makers. We love this country!
Aileen, Dave, and the Team at Broken Hill Tourist Park look forward to welcoming you and making your stay an enjoyable one.
Broken Hill Tourist Park Reception is open from 8am daily with team members ready to assist with your booking and information needs.
In addition to welcoming you at check-in our guest services team can provide;
- Tourist information and local knowledge
- Swap & Go 9kg gas bottles
- Fax & copying (fee applies)
- Assistance with complimentary wifi internet access
- Laundry facility for corporate bookings
- On site options for van storage while you explore farther afield
- Tour booking facilities
- Forward booking service to other TT parks for members
Our Superior to budget cabins all have;
- Ensuite facilities
- Austar & Digital Television
- Bedding and linen on all beds
- Electric blankets on all main beds
- Desinated Pet Friendly Accommodation
- Full kitchen or kitchennette
- Air conditioning/heating
Within the park you will find further facilities to include;
- A range of ensuite, powered, unpowered camping and tent sites
- Solar heated swimming pool
- Fully equipped camp kitchen with fridges, full oven, microwave, sink, utensils, TV and tables and chairs
- Shady Outdoor entertainment areas with free BBQ's
- Two guest laundries
- Disabled bathroom inclusive of shower
- Two children's playgrounds
- Dump Point
Three amenities are located throughout the park offering clean and well maintained facilities to our guests. Our two main amenities offer spacious showers, toilets, sinks with mirrors, power points and hand dryers. The third block has toilets and sinks only and is located further down the park providing a convenience to guests in our camping area.
We know everyone has different needs so at Broken Hill Tourist Park we have a diverse range of accommodation options with something for everyone. Whether it be deluxe or budget, family, couples or corporate, extended stays of just passing through - Broken Hill Tourist Park is sure to have accommodation that is right for you!
All our cabins come complete with ensuite, bedding and linen to all beds, Austar television and either full kitchen or kitchenette. For those travelling with laptops, access to free wifi internet service is available from cabins.
Cabins available at the park are distinguished under the following categories. Click the buttons for more information.
Our unpowered chipbark and lawn areas are perfect for the traveller in search of the basics. With large number of dedicated unpowered chipbark sites and a generous lawn area, our unpowered sites can cater for camper trailers, roof top set up, tents and swags.
Conveniently situated close to the camp kitchen and lower BBQ area means self sufficient without the extra cost.
RV Park / Caravan Park
With a broad range of powered and unpowered sites Broken Hill Tourist Park can accommodate everyone from the larger van to the tent and swag. Unique in our variety of site bases, from chipbark, grass and hard surface site, you're sure to find a site that's right for you.
With on line booking directed straight to our chip bark sites you can be certain of a spacious powered site up to 23 feet.
If you are interested in one of our drive through, budget, grass or smaller powered sites, please call our guest reservations team
Whether it be with one of Broken Hill's award winning tour operators or an independent day of discovery, Broken Hill provides the gateway to the 'accessible outback' for a range of cultural and enchanting day trips;
MUTAWINTJI NATIONAL PARK
Located 130 kms northeast of Broken Hill via a 'usually good' dry weather gravel road, Mutawintji National Park is the tribal area of the Malyankapa and Pandjikali people. The park is known for it's beautiful river red gum lined gorges and rock pools. Aboriginal people from around the region still gather for cultural purposes and to hold meetings. Bookings to tour restricted Aboriginal sites are available through 'Mutawintji Heritage Tours
MENINDEE, MENINDEE LAKES & KINCHEGA NATIONAL PARK
A comfortable hours drive from Broken Hill, the Menindee Lakes was originally made up of 9 natural ephemeral lakes covering an area of 453 square kms. There are 4 major lakes Wetherill (including Lake Tandure), Pamamaroo (connected by a small lake called Copi Hollow), Menindee, and Cawndilla.
As part of the Darling River system and holding over 4 times the volume of Sydney Harbour, Menindee Lakes plays a significant role in outback NSW. Menindee township established itself as an inland port in 1853. For the traveller, there is great fishing and Bird watching on the lakes, Visit the magnificent Kinchega National Park, Lake Pamamaroo and Main Weir, Copi Hollow, Menindee War Memorials, the 1872 wreck of the paddle-steamer 'Providence', the self-guided heritage walk around Menindee.
Lake Menindee has recently been filled with water received from the Queensland floods - the first time in almost 10 years that they have had water.
SILVERTON & MUNDI MUNDI PLAINS
Built by miners in search of fortune, Silverton is located 25 kilometres north west of Broken Hill. lt is accessible via sealed road and was once a bustling home to 3,000 people until residents began to leave in the 1880s when the nearby mines of Broken Hill surfaced, many taking their houses with them.
These days less than 50 people call Silverton home and only a handful of buildings dot the landscape. Silverton offers a thriving art scene, a beautiful landscape and an accessible way to learn about the rich heritage of the region.
A further 3 kms from Silverton lay the vast expanse of the Mundi Mundi plains. Viewed from the Silverton lookout, the plains are known as a sunset speciality. A further 10 minutes along is Umberumbika, a further reservoir to Broken Hill providing a grassy bbq and picnic area.
MUNGO NATIONAL PARK
Mungo National Park is the focal point of the Willandra Lakes Region World Heritage Area. The lunette known as the 'Walls of China' is one of the main highlights of Mungo National Park. It is a 30 kilometre long dune formation which protects many thousands of years of human history. A boardwalk has been constructed to protect this incredibly fragile and sensitive environment. A visit to the Walls allows a view across the ancient dry lake bed of Lake Mungo.
Mungo National Park
Pooncarie, NSW 2648
Toll Free: 1300 361 967
Phone: (03) 5021 8900
WHITE CLIFFS & OPAL FIELDS
With the craters of countless mines dotting the landscape and resembling the surface of the moon, Whitecliff's way of life lies underground. With summer temperatures reaching over 50 degrees, underground accommodation keeps temperatures at a comfortable 21degrees. Experience Opal fields for fossicking, an undergroung mining museum, underground galleries and the unique bottle house - a house made totally out of bottles.
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