Albert Kersten Mining & Minerals Museum
This is an interactive geology museum, with beautiful and rare minerals and crystals on display and lots of touch-and-feel exhibits....
Silver City Mint & Art Centre
This is home to a chocolate factory and the Big Picture, the largest continuous canvas in Australia (they claim it's the biggest in the...
The Former Synagogue dates from 1900, but it closed in 1962 and the religious scrolls were sent to Melbourne.
The main bar at this atmospheric place, one of the most storied pubs in the outback, was being refurbished when we passed through. When...
Royal Exchange Hotel
For an upmarket dining experience, the Royal Exchange Hotel does gourmet takes on Australian staples, such as scallops wrapped in...
Palace Hotel information
Lonely Planet review
Star of the hit Australian movie The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert, this impressive old pub (1888) has an elaborate cast-iron verandah – the longest in the state and now heritage listed by the National Trust – and overwhelming murals. The main bar was being renovated at the time of writing and there's no finer way to get a feel for the place by ordering a beer while you soak it all up. There are also rooms .