Classic Argent provides spacious, clean and comfortable holiday accommodation for up to 8 people. Classic Argent provides all the daily accessories you would need at home and is conveniently located in the main shopping street of Broken Hill. Take a 5 minute stroll from Classic Argent to have a nice meal at one of the local clubs or bistros, play two-up at the Musicians Club on a Friday and Saturday night or just wander around and look at the amazing old buildings Broken hill has on offer.
Classic Argent comprises ample room for 2-3 families, having two showers (one over bath) and two separate toilets. Fully equipped laundry and secured yard will make you feel right at home!
Features Include: Accommodates up to 8 persons: Main bedroom - 1 queen size bed, 2nd bedroom - 1 queen bed, 3rd bedroom - 1 queen bed, 4th bedroom - 1 single plus roll-away single. Ducted air-cooling, gas heating, 4 bedrooms, Lounge, Dining Area, 2 Bathrooms - one with shower over bath, the other a single shower,
Broken Hill has a rich and robust mining history and there are local mining tours available. Broken Hill's historic buildings and tranquil bush landscapes offer inspiration to artists and film industry professionals. Proud to boast the home of international artists such as Pro Hart and Jack Absolom, Broken HIll is thriving on artistic talent and can be viewed in one of 30+ art galleries throughout the city. Broken Hill has more resident artists per capita than anywhere else in Australia.
The picturesque views and historic buildings have been the backdrop for television productions, video clips, commercials and movies. Some such recognisable scenes would include:
- The Mundi Mundi Plains (Located approx. 20kms North East of the city, outside of Silverton) featured in Mad Max 2.
- Mario's Palace (Located on the corner of Argent & Sulphide Streets) featured in The adventures of Priscilla Queen of the Desert.
- Silverton Hotel (Located approx. 20kms North East of the city, in Silverton) featured in XXXX beer commercial (filmed in the 80's)
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