- published: 14 Jul 2015
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Ex-Broken Hill local and well known Australian blogger Alex Adams shows you around her home town. From the incredible sunsets, growing cafe culture, rich art scene to op shop treasures and more. If you're planning a visit to the outback, to Australia's first heritage listed town, this video is a must watch. For more info on the places Alex visits head to http://eatdrinkplay.com/broken-hill-outback-nsw/ for the full story.
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Tim visits Silverton Souvenirs in his Land Rover where he learns that the classic film Mad Max was filmed around Silverton and Broken Hill. Tim and Brooke take a trip to Bells Milk Bar - a classic style milk bar with milkshake flavours galore! Tim soaks up the artistic treasures of the Pro Hart Gallery.
A sheep-rancher's son aspires to win a music conservatory scholarship, but to apply he needs musicians who can play his music. Circumstances lead him to form a band out of prison inmates.
The new two-storey Community Health Centre is part of the $30 million Broken Hill Health Service Redevelopment, which also includes upgrades within Broken Hill Hospital. The new integrated Community Health Centre includes a five-chair dental health facility, child, family and community health services and new Local Health District (LHD) administrative centre. The facility will be located on Crystal Street with an entry point also on Sulphide Street. The upgrade to Broken Hill Hospital includes the reconfiguration of the hospital’s ambulatory care wing to expand cancer care services and consolidate waiting areas for patients.
A short video diary of my time travelling across the remote outback in 43 degrees (!!) to the mining town of Broken Hill and it's surroundings. Includes going 100ft down the Daydream Mine, visiting the Royal Flying Doctors Airbase at Broken Hill airport, seeing where Priscilla Queen of the Desert was filmed, visiting the remote but quirky town of Silverton and seeing an amazing outback sunset at the Living Desert Sculptures. Background music: www.bensound,com
On my way home from work when this thing hit. Average size of the hail stones were about 20mm with some as big as a tennis ball.
A tour through my new place in Broken Hill. Music Credits Opening track - Welcome to My Place by The Indians http://www.theindiansband.com/ Living Room track - là où je suis née by Camille Kitchen track - Pictures by Sneaky Sound System End track - Next Episode by Dr Dre and Snoop Dogg
A video showing the last stretch of road heading north leading into Broken Hill, then entering a mine site etc.
Check out the other videos in my Broken Hill series: Broken Hill VLOG https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r0uPzBhV1p8 Broken Hill NSW Trainlink Coach and XPT Review: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EfE3ChlYeB8 This is a review styled video of the Broken Hill Xplorer service from Central station. Audio: Thanks to Danijel Zambo! Relax- https://soundcloud.com/danijel-zambo/relax
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