Welcome to the District Conference
5th - 7th April 2019 
Broken Hill
Join us in Broken Hill for a fun-filled, informative and inspiring few days at the
Broken Hill Civic Centre, 31 Chloride St, Broken Hill .
You do not need to be a Rotarian to attend on Saturday.
All are welcome!
Go to Public - How to Register section for instructions about attendance and registration.
Full Registrations Closed
Due to Dinner Capacity Being Reached. 
Registration For Plenary Sessions Only Are Still Open till 22nd March
You will hear from wonderful speakers, catch up with old friends, meet new ones and have a fabulous time celebrating Rotary.


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Broken Hill is a mining city in the far west of outback New South Wales, Australia. It is near the border with South Australia on the crossing of the Barrier Highway (A32) and the Silver City Highway (B79), in the Barrier Range. It is 315 m (1,033 ft) above sea level, with a hot desert climate, and an average rainfall of 235 mm (9 in). The closest major city is Adelaide,  which is more than 500 km (311 miles) to the southwest. The town has a high historical importance in Australia's mining and economic history, after the discovery of silver ore led to the opening of various mines, thus establishing Broken Hill's recognition as a prosperous mining town well into the 1990s.



Broken Hill has been referred to as "The Silver City", and less commonly as the "Oasis of the West", and the "Capital of the Outback". Although over 1,100 km (680 miles) west of Sydney and surrounded by semi-desert, the town has prominent park and garden displays and offers a number of attractions, such as the Living Desert Sculptures. The town has a high potential for solar power, given its extensive daylight hours of sunshine. The Broken Hill Solar Plant, which was completed in 2015, is one of the largest in the Southern Hemisphere.



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