Dubbo Regional Gallery at the Western Plains Cultural Centre


Dubbo Regional Gallery is the largest gallery space west of the Blue Mountains and incorporates four galleries and a space devoted to the moving image. Using artworks on display as inspiration students will explore new techniques and produce their own artwork to take away. All ages and stages are catered for.

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Dubbo Regional Gallery also has workshops for school groups based on touring exhibitions. 

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Visit www.westernplainsculturalcentre.org


Boom Dubbo Street Art


Boom Dubbo is a not-for-profit organisation designed to promote public art in Dubbo as a way to make the City a vibrant place to live, work and invest.

Choose between a self-guided or guided Street Art Stroll and explore a number of public art works throughout the Dubbo CBD including 'Kate Leigh.' Based on one of her mug-shots Underbelly queen 'Kate Leigh' is situated near the site of her former casino 'Flash Kate's'.

Visit the 'Wall of Sporting Greats' celebrating a selection of 11 sporting greats from Dubbo and the region. Or 'Colleen's Thorn Bird' a tribute to Wellington-born Colleen McCullough (1937-2015) and the book that brought her literary fame - The Thorn Birds (1977).

Visit www.boomdubbo.com


Dubbo Public Art 


Explore a selection of public art scattered throughout Dubbo and catalogued by Western Plains Regional Council telling the story of the City and its people.

Victoria Park in Dubbo is home to selection of war memorials including 10 sandstone plinths with brass plaques telling the story of Dubbo's experience of World War One. Each story is supplemented by digital material which can be accessed from any device.

The City is also home to a selection of Aboriginal art including a variety of mosaics, sculptures, murals and scar trees.

Visit www.dubbopublicart.org


         
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