Dubbo prides itself on having a community that bands together and welcomes new members into its varying organisations.
If you are looking at getting involved or giving back to the community then these organisations will warmly welcome you. Not only is it a great way to get involved in the Dubbo community, it will also allow you to connect with other Dubbo residents and potentially make new friends and acquaintances in these social settings.
Dubbo and District Family History Society Inc
As the most extensive Family History Library outside metropolitan Sydney, we provide excellent research facilities for genealogist with friendly knowledgable staff.
Dubbo Community and School Halls
If you're seeking a community hall, Connecting Community Services (formerly Dubbo Neighbourhood Centre) have a full list of options available for hire within the Dubbo community.
Dubbo Field Naturalist and Conservation Society
The Dubbo Field Naturalist are an organisation committed to conservation of the environment. They run a number of programs, allowing anyone to get involved.
Dubbo Model Railway Club
One of the largest model train layouts in NSW.
Open Friday night, Saturday afternoon, Sunday afternoon and other times via appointment.
Located at the Dubbo Showground next to Boardy's Bar, in the end of the bird pavillion.
BERNIE READ 0448 827 201 | BOB EHSMAN 0472 952 440 | PETER STIMSON 0408 634 124
Onelife Community Church
Service every Sunday 10am
Onelife is a spirit based restoration church based in Dubbo. Whether you are on your journey or looking for your place and purpose, you are welcome here.
Attractions and Activities
Outback Dragons Dubbo
Outback Dragons Dubbo are a sporting and social dragon boat club who paddle on the beautiful Macquarie River. New members are very welcome and the club caters for paddlers with a range of fitness and skill levels from beginners to experienced sports paddlers.
Outback Writer's Centre
Second Saturday of each month (except January) | Western Plains Cultural Centre | Meetings run between 10am and 1pm
The Outback Writers' Centre was established in 1996. The meeting format allows members to read a piece of their own work, with copies provided for others to follow and comment.
Probus gatherings serve to promote fellowship and extend friendship among retired people. Meeting are at 10am on the first Tuesday of each month, Masonic Village, Darby Close Dubbo.
Attractions and Activities
Sing Australia - Dubbo
If you have always wanted to have a go at singing but never had the chance Sing Australia is for you! Sing Australia is a national network of singing groups spread throughout Australia. We sing a wide range of songs in various styles. No Auditions - every voice accepted
The OEC Community Garden
Individuals or groups can lease a garden plot and enjoy fresh vegetables and new social contacts.
University of the Third Age
The University of the Third Age is a unique World wide movement that encourages older people to take up or continue educational and other interests in friendly and informal settings. Currently offering more than 20 courses to nearly 400 members in Dubbo.