Formed in 1965, Broken Hill Historical Society Inc. is a not-for-profit organisation with a mission to protect and preserve buildings, artefacts and photographs of historical significance. The society is governed by a Management Committe and active volunteers, together they ensure that the industrial and social history of Broken Hill and surrounding district is appropriately represented through collections and displays of historical objects.
This site contains photos and information concerning:
- Historical buildings and structures the Society administers.
- Preserved exhibits displayed in the historical buildings.
- Famous stories from the past.
- Recent activities.
Visitors, guests and members are welcome to attend meetings held every second Monday of each month in the Ralph Wallace Research Centre, situated behind the Synagogue at 165 Wolfram Street Broken Hill at 7.30pm.
Broken Hill Historical Society holds an extensive collection of historical newspapers, archives and images, these are opened to the public for the purpose of research in the Ralph Wallace Research Centre.
To navigate through this site, simply click on the links located on top of each web page. We encourage you to contact us with any enquiries.