Out of the Ordinary NSW

Out of the Ordinary NSW

Out of the Ordinary Outback has expanded with the purchase of its seventh accommodation property – The Tourist Lodge in Broken Hill.
The 40-room property is the third accommodation business in Broken Hill for Out of the Ordinary Outback, which bought The Argent Motel in March this year.
Aiming for a March 2018 opening, a five-month programme to refurbish and refresh The Tourist Lodge is in line with its other six properties across far western NSW.

The Tourist Lodge, which is close to the Broken Hill Visitors Centre and coaches and trains to Sydney, will remain open during the facelift and new management is now in place.
The lodge features a pool, garden area, shared bathrooms, kitchen and dining facilities and will be pitched by Out of the Ordinary Outback to miners, tradesmen and other workers staying in Broken Hill as well as school groups and budget travellers.

Full board packages will be available.
Accommodation is available from $55 per night for one person and from $80 for two people, with family rooms for four people available from $110.

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