Western NSW - Broken Hill
A vibrant, culturally rich city attracting visitors from across the globe, Broken Hill is gateway to some of the most picturesque regions in Australia. This powerful landscape is a source of inspiration for artists and filmmakers with the area a location of choice for internationally acclaimed films including Mad Max 2 and The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert.
Broken Hill is Australia’s first heritage-listed city in recognition of its significant mining history and contribution to industrial relations. From these roots as a technologically innovative mining community, today Broken Hill continues its pioneering tradition, boasting a sophisticated culture with trendy shops, cafes, restaurants and galleries. Enjoy great coffee in al fresco cafés, savour the arts scene, meet friendly locals at the bar of a heritage hotel, sing karaoke or join a jam session with local musicians.
Recently voted as the most affordable regional suburb in Australia, Broken Hill is blessed with an abundance of lifestyle attractions and high quality community services.
Become part of a successful network of educators making a difference at well-resourced, technology-rich schools – you’ll find a warm welcome to the community awaiting you.
Working at one of the schools in the area, you’ll not only enhance your career but you could also receive a rural teacher incentive with a value of $20,000 per annum and be eligible for retention benefits and more.
'The Broken Hill area has spectacular scenery all year round. I especially love the wildflowers in Spring. The town is bustling yet laidback with friendly locals and it only takes you around 10 minutes to get anywhere. A great place to live.'
Broken Hill area
Events & attractions
Schools in the area offering incentives and benefits include:
- NBN rollout due March 2018 to connect 11,600 premises. Services are expected to be ready by August 2018. Check the availability of the NBN at your address here.
- 3G Mobile Network
Benefits and incentives
Learn more about the specific financial benefits available across a range of rural and remote NSW destinations.
Hear from teachers who have chosen careers in rural and remote destinations.
Get answers to your questions about teaching in rural and remote schools.
Contact the Human Resources Policy and Compliance team via firstname.lastname@example.org for enquiries relating to the rural and remote benefits and incentives. Existing employees of the department can contact EdConnect on 1300 32 32 32 (select option 3) or log an online query.
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