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The great outdoors
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With over 71 hectares of parkland, Dubbo’s wide open spaces are home to stunning natural reserves and green-space.
Grab the kids and head to a park for a family BBQ or drive further afield for a little more peace and quiet in one of the City’s many reserves.
Dubbo at your leisure
Whether you want to relax within 71 hectares of City parkland, or you're keen to walk, jog, skate or cycle the Tracker Riley on the picturesque Macquarie River corridor, there are plenty of outdoor options to choose from. There is also an abundance of bush walking and bird watching opportunities.
Download the Dubbo Parks Reserves Guide»
Cycleways of Dubbo
Dubbo is well equipped for cycling and skating enthusiasts. With more than 8.3km of off-road cycle-paths and flat country roads within close proximity to surrounding towns, you are sure to enjoy your time pedaling the pavement. Alternatively meet the locals and really challenge yourself with one of Dubbo's cycling clubs.Download the Cycleways of Dubbo map »
More of Dubbo's great outdoors
There are over 270 species of birds recorded within a 50 kilometres of the city of Dubbo. Many of these are woodland birds that can be found in urban backyards, parks, remnant bushland and riverside areas.Birds in Backyards
Livvi's Place Playground
Taronga Western Plains Zoo
Adult $47, Child (4-15) $26, Senior/Concession $36 | Family: 2A+2C $131.40, 2A+1C $108, 2A+3C $154.80, 2A+4C $178.20, 1A+2C $89.10, 1A+3C $112.50. Early Morning Walk: 6:45am Saturday and Sunday-Adult $15 | Child $7.50 (in addition to admission) Wednesday and Fridays in school holidays for eastern states; NSW public holidays excluding Christmas Day and New Year’s Day.
Plan your day with the latest Keeper Talks and Feed Times.
KEY * - prices in addition to admission. Bike hire is available