It is unusual to find terraces in a remote city like Broken Hill, however its isolation, harsh conditions and the mining boom early in its history could go some way to explaining the existence of this row of six single storey terraces. (Photo by: Mattinbgn licenced under (CC-SA))
The terraces are very plain with the focus on the red corrugated iron roofs which slope and extend to the verandahs to provide maximum shade and run-off. Each verandah is supported by two plain wooden posts. Rendered chimneys are present on only some of the terraces and the party walls are partially exposed on the roof extend only to the front of each house.
They difficult to date. Their simple gable roof style indicates that they could be from either very early in the Broken Hill settlement (early 1860s).