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RSL Hall of Fame

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RSL Hall of Fame

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399 Argent St, Broken Hill, New South Wales 2880 Australia
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Outback Sunset Sculpture Tour
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Outback Sunset Sculpture Tour

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Experience the stunning outback and natural scenery of the Living Desert Sculptures at sunset. This outback experience is designed to showcase the effect of the light and colour display of the sunset in this vast land of Outback NSW.<br><br>With a cool beverage in hand and something to nibble on immerse yourself in the 360-degree panoramic views of the outback and appreciate the work's of twelve of the finest sculptors from all over the world. Our Outback Sunset experience is a must for anyone visiting Broken Hill and Far West NSW. <br>​<br>This experience is subject to the sunset and time will be advised upon booking.
USD 62.75 per adult
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Chris A wrote a review Nov 2020
Warilla, Australia20 contributions5 helpful votes
A great little regional museum with interesting artefacts from all war conflicts. Well worth a look. Gold coin donation to enter. Veterans on hand to answer questions.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Lizzyandphil wrote a review Jul 2019
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Extremely friendly chap that chatted to us and explained about their new premises. A display with different pieces to other museums. A look at the history of Australians at war.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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EndlessTravels wrote a review Dec 2017
Greater Melbourne, Australia34620 contributions1846 helpful votes
interesting museum that has a bit of everything from the boer war to iraq war. you could spend a long time here
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Date of experience: December 2017
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KimBarossaAustralia wrote a review Jul 2017
Castlemaine, Australia273 contributions223 helpful votes
The RSL have a great room packed full of war related memorabilia that is well displayed - as with many collections there is too much in there and it needs interpretation - I do hope they get the story on each item before those that know the details are no longer here
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Date of experience: July 2017
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Ray F wrote a review May 2017
Adelaide, South Australia, Australia2473 contributions226 helpful votes
this is a small museum of military items, from weapons, uniforms, medals, photographs, documentation through to other war time memorabilia. They also have several large books containing photographs, diagrams & newspaper cutting collated to tell of various WW2 conflicts such as the Bombing of Darwin & the Australians in Borneo. There are medal sets donated from individual soldiers, written stories of some, plus the story of Sister Bullwinkle – South Australian born nurse who trained here, who was the sole survivor of the Japanese massacre of a group of Australian army nurses. The volunteers were friendly & very knowledgeable. The items on display are very interested, if military history interests you then plan staying at least one hour.
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Date of experience: April 2017
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