Broken Hill Outback Resort marks second birthday by doubling deluxe desert spa cabins

Save 10 per cent off weekend stays at four properties this spring

To meet the growing demand for holidays closer to home – especially at the moment – Broken Hill Outback Resort has marked its second birthday by double its number of cabins,  with 12 extra resort cabins now open so travellers can enjoy the sunshine, fresh air, big skies, vast spaces and endless horizons of outback NSW.

Fusing nature and luxury and offering a genuine outback experience within NSW,  Broken Hill Outback Resort is also celebrating its second anniversary by offering a 10 per cent saving on all weekend stays this spring at the resort and three outback sister properties also owned by NSW outback tourism company, Out of the Ordinary Outback.

After the extra 12 cabins, Broken Hill Outback Resort now boasts 24 resort cabins offering either spa baths or showers overlooking the desert, with 21 also offering large relaxation decks with outback views. The remaining three cabins – all brand new – are designed for families or up to five people with two bedrooms and a sofa bed. Each cabin offers king-size bedding, a living area, flatscreen TV and kitchenette.

Also new at Broken Hill Outback Resort are camel rides during school holidays to reflect the vital role Afghans and their imported camels played in the development of the remote area in the 19th century and early 20th century.

Opened in September 2018, and nestled amongst the ochred plains and sand dunes 13km east of Broken Hill in far west NSW, Broken Hill Outback Resort also offers a fully serviced camp and caravan ground grouped around a charming, 130-year-old pub completely restored by Out of the Ordinary Outback to offer a bar and bistro restaurant with indoor and outdoor seating. New deluxe, ready-to-use swags can be hired including linen and there’s a fire pit at night so all resort guests can gather to toast marshmallows under starry outback skies.

There are live bands on weekends and a swimming pool and outdoor cinema are on the drawing board to enhance the resort further. For exploration, Out of the Ordinary Outback also owns Tri State Safaris, which runs day or multi-night tours around the region.

For a taste of the outback without leaving NSW, Broken Hill is about as far as you can go in NSW without crossing into another State. The historic town, with its outback movie-set pubs, cafes, hilltop sculptures, art galleries, space observatories, indigenous culture and rugged outback scenery, is an ideal destination for road trips, train journeys or flights from cities like Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide.

Second birthday savings

Out of the Ordinary Outback is celebrating the two-year anniversary of the opening of Broken Hill Outback Resort by offering a 10 per cent saving on all weekend stays this spring at the resort and three outback sister properties also owned by NSW outback tourism company, Out of the Ordinary Outback.

Using the 10 per cent saving, weekend rates (Friday, Saturday or Sunday nights) are now available from $158 per cabin per night at Broken Hill Outback Resort, $117 per cabin per night at the Warrawong on the Darling holiday park at Wilcannia, $89 per room per night at Copper City Motel/Hotel in Cobar and $161 per room per night (inc breakfast) at the famous White Cliffs Underground Motel – Australia’s largest underground accommodation. (These rates include the 10 per cent discount).

The 10 per saving is available for weekend stays until December 31, 2020, excluding school holidays.

Visit or contact your local travel agent.

SOURCE: Out of the Ordinary Outback


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