Family-friendly comfort is the name of the game in the cabins of this popular tourist park.
Just a stone’s throw from the centre of town, the Broken Hill Tourist Park offers a range of cabins to suit most family configurations and budgets.
With single and twin bedroom cabins accommodating between two and six people, there’s something to suit everyone here and a price that won’t break the budget. Each cabin is air conditioned to escape the at times soaring outback heat and has cooking facilities and an ensuite.
During our visit, the Travel In crew stayed in the top of the range Superior Cabins, which we just loved. Modern, comfortable and impeccably clean, these two bedroom cabins rival the comfort level of any motel. There’s a queen bed in one bedroom, as well as a television and an electric blanket – a winning combination on chilly outback nights. Twin reading lights are accessible from the bed, while a third ambient light sits over the vanity and casts the room in a lovely warm glow. Ambient light isn’t necessarily what one would expect to find in a caravan park, so that was a nice surprise. Storage space and additional blankets are found in the wardrobe, where there’s plenty of room to unpack during longer stays. The second bedroom has either two single beds or two bunks, so depending on your requirements the cabin can accommodate up to six.
And there’s plenty of living space to deal with a crowd of that size; the cabin has a large open plan living and dining area with an enormous L-shaped couch and a dining table, plus a full-sized kitchen complete with every implement you’d need to cook up a feast. Add to that a generous deck with an outdoor setting to seat six and double screen doors that open completely to create a seamless indoor/outdoor living space if the weather is mild. When the weather isn’t mild, you’ll enjoy the reverse-cycle air conditioner that heats and cools the entire space without a worry.
At around $160 per night, the Superior Cabins offer budget-friendly and very comfortable accommodation for families and groups, with the added benefit of the park’s facilities including the pool and barbeque area. So if you’re looking for a home away from home rather than just a place to sleep during your visit to Broken Hill, the Broken Hill Tourist Park is your best bet.
The Broken Hill Tourist Park is located at 142 Rakow St, Broken Hill, NSW. Book now to stay at Broken Hill Tourist Park.