Our community provides a range of activities to engage, inspire and develop our leaders of tomorrow. And there’s heaps of fun stuff too!
Dubbo has a dedicated Youth Council which provides an avenue for the City’s youth to have direct input to Dubbo Regional Council. The Youth Council meets monthly and makes comment and recommendations annually on Council’s Management Plan and Budget, and the Social Plan as well as providing input on important Council driven projects affecting the youth of the City.
The Youth Council consists of up to 25 young people aged between 12 and 25 years of age. There are representatives from local high schools, TAFE, Charles Sturt University and the local community. To join the Dubbo City Youth Council or participate in youth activities contact Council on (02) 6801 4000 or visit facebook.com/dubboyouth.
The Dubbo Skate Park caters for all wheel sports and skill levels from beginner to advanced. It features a highly-detailed bowl of varying heights, an over-vert section and a full pipe with a capsuled end – the first of its kind in Australia.
Accompanying features include several tombstones, pool coping, multiple levels and roll over sections. Street skating obstacles such as stairs, handrails and banks are also included. The Dubbo Skate Park is located on the corner of Talbragar and Gipps streets in Victoria Park. Free Wi-Fi.
Powter Park BMX Track was designed and approved by BMX Australia. The track is approximately 240 metres long with a large start ramp that enables riders to gather speed for table top jumps, berms and multiple stutters and rhythms. Located on the corner of Myall and Gipps streets in Powter Park.