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Eight Hour Day Mural, Broken Hill


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This mural on Beryl Street by Clark Barrett, 1986, captures the city’s mining and union history.

These are just a few of the murals found on outside walls on the streets of Broken Hill. All of the artists have had some connection with Broken Hill, whether they lived here, studied here or ended up here.

The murals represent the city’s mining, union, Indigenous and pastoralist history, all of which contributed to the Silver City being named as Australia’s first heritage city in 2015.