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Silver City Highway
Australia

The Silver City Highway connects the outback mining town of Broken Hill with Wentworth on the Murray River. With only 1,171 kilometres to Sydney, 836 kilometres to Melbourne, and 516 kilometres to Adelaide this accessible part of Australia's outback with its stunning sunsets and endless flat plains is a must see for visitors who want to experience the interior of Australia.

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Uploaded: 09/02/2011
Updated: 06/10/2014
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Tags: outback; australia; new south wales; highway; silver city highway; road; shrubs; roadside
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