About Peak Hill
Golden heritage and great opportunities.
Nestled close to the Hervey Ranges, Peak Hill's proud history is indelibly linked with the discovery of gold in 1889. Like many western centres, Peak Hill has endeavoured to preserve a proud and colourful history.
Peak Hill is rich in arts and crafts resources with all venues situated in the main street (Caswell Street). The Open Cut Gallery and Peak Hill Country Crafts has been a popular stop-over for many a traveller. The store offers a full range of hand-made crafts and gifts, and also displays many historical photographs and memorabilia. This is a community-based craft shop which also operates as the town's visitor information centre, containing an array of brochures and maps of the town's heritage and tourist drive.
An active and diverse sporting centre, Peak Hill offers the following sporting pursuits: Senior and Junior Tennis, Senior and Junior Cricket, Squash, Senior and Junior Golf, Senior and Junior Rugby League, Junior Soccer, Little Athletics, Swimming, Aqua Aerobics, Pony Club, Lawn Bowls, Junior and Senior Martial Arts, Harness Racing and Fitness Centre.
Peak Hill is ideally located along the Newell Highway which sees over 1 million vehicles travelling the route each year. Peak Hill offers great potential for Industrial and Commercial businesses to investigate affordable land opportunities for re-location with access to road and rail networks.
For more information about Peak Hill visit www.peakhill.nsw.au