The Palace Hotel Broken Hill
The Palace Hotel is located in the heart of the heritage listed city of Broken Hill. This historic hotel is famous for its starring role in the iconic 1994 Australian movie Priscilla, Queen of the Desert. Inside, its walls are covered with Renaissance-inspired art and fantasy Australian landscape murals painted by indigenous artist Gordon Waye. The building stands on a prominent corner in the heart of the Silver City, spread over three grand floors.
On the hotel’s upper floors, there is a large selection of accommodation. The 48 rooms range from budget dormitories with shared bathrooms to pub rooms, family rooms and ensuite rooms with balconies. There’s also the famous ‘Priscilla Suite’ where the characters stayed in the movie – it’s decorated with vibrant murals and over-the-top furnishings.
Dine at the Side Bar and Restaurant or join the locals for a drink in the popular Front Bar. Take in any part of the day on the spectacular veranda with views over Broken Hills Main Street. The Palace also hosts Drag Bingo every Tuesday, an outrageous fun-filled night for the whole family.
Due to current health advice on social distancing, please contact the business for the most up to date information regarding opening times and services.