Peak Hill – the ‘little town with a heart of gold’. The town’s history is linked with the discovery of gold in 1889. ‘Dig around’ a little and you’ll find the story of Peak Hill’s golden history is not far below the surface.
The Visitor Information Centre is centrally located, where you can find friendly helpful advice to make the most of your visit.
Attractions such as the ‘Peak Hill Open Cut Experience’ the ‘Big Fish Fossil Hut’ are just two of the great reasons to visit Peak Hill. Peak Hill is home to Australia’s first upright grain silo, still presently operating today.
Peak Hill is rich in arts and crafts, has quaint antique shops, a bakery and lolly shop situated in the main street and are places well worth a visit.
Most of Peak Hill’s accommodation is also close to the main street, with walking distance to local Clubs.