Safari in our backyard, uncover our pioneering past and explore our creative soul. From the wide open spaces of Taronga Western Plains Zoo to the pitch-black confines of the Old Dubbo Gaol, a wealth of adventure is waiting for you in Dubbo.
See the wild in the wild when you safari in our backyard at Taronga Western Plains Zoo. Whether you travel by car, bike, electric cart or trek on foot, you'll venture through a 6km circuit featuring some of the most distinctive global wildlife habitats in the world, bordered by picnic grounds and magnificent bushland.
Venture back in time and discover a well-preserved slice of history in Dubbo. Gaze upon the eerie gallows and hangman's kit at the remarkably intact 19th Century, Old Dubbo Gaol. Be inspired by a tale of endeavour and vision when you step back into the early colony at Dundullimal Homestead.
Browse a selection of 5,000 items telling the story of Dubbo and its people and view a Dendroglyph (carved tree), an immensely important Aboriginal artefact at the Western Plains Cultural Centre.
Cycle the 12.5km Tracker Riley Cycleway interspersed between rugged bushland on the banks of the Macquarie River stretching from Dubbo's CBD to Taronga Western Plains Zoo. Hire a kayak or stand-up paddleboard from Adventure Watersports and discover the City's spectacular river corridor, or explore 10 hectares of undulating land at the Dubbo Regional Botanic Gardens and relax with a picnic in one of Australia's most authentic, traditional Japanese gardens.
Wander the unique collection of 19th century buildings and artefacts and learn the stories of prison life. Catch a theatrical performance or guided tour, or during the school holidays experience a Twilight or Beyond The Grave tour.
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) Note: Sunday only in February; Wednesday and Fridays in school holidays for eastern states; NSW public holidays excluding Christmas Day and New Year’s Day.
Antiques, and collectables, fantasy gardens, unique bottlehouse, WA flowering eucalypts. Only 5 minutes from Dubbo. Please call Jan Gilmour and Brian Lewis for opening times.
The Dubbo Aquatic Leisure Centre is a family oriented facility and features a heated Olympic size swimming pool, shaded children’s leisure pool, playground, giant twin waterslides, free barbeque facilities, covered grandstand & an on site kiosk.
|Address:||Victoria Park, Talbragar Street, Dubbo, NSW 2830|
|Phone:||(02) 6801 4490|
On offer at the Cobra Street Cottage are works of art together with a selection of patchwork, porcelain painting, silvercraft, spinning and weaving and wood-turning by local artists.
|Address:||137 Cobra Street, Dubbo, NSW 2830|
|Phone:||(02) 6881 6410|
Explore the night sky in the 2nd largest Observatory in Australia for the general public, boasting a 17 inch telescope. Astro mini golf & daytime viewing $5pp. Astrophotography (BYO SLR camera) $50 per camera.
Adult $24 | Child (Under 18yrs) $12 | Senior/Concession $22 | Family (2 Adult 2 Children) $60
Enliven your senses and explore the four distinctive garden spaces; the Sensory Garden, Biodiversity Garden, Shoyoen Sister City Garden and Oasis Valley at the Dubbo Regional Botanic Garden.
See the wonderful work of this Australian aviation icon at the Visitor Education Centre. Read the stories, learn the history, watch the film and browse the shop.
The RSL Club Resort is a hub of contemporary entertainment, recreation and dining. Located in the heart of the CBD, catch live theatre or shows, catch up on some laps or spend a session in our gym.
18 lanes, auto scoring, auto bumpers, pool & air hockey tables, video games, air-conditioned comfort, Glow bowling on every weekend & school holidays - excludes league bowling times. Hassle free children's parties.
Everything you need to know while you are in our smiling city is under the one roof. Looking for local products and produce, Dubbo branded merchandise, clean public amenities, parking for your caravan or bus, coffee or a snack and to find out what's on in Dubbo, the friendly team at the Dubbo Visitors Information Centre is always happy to point you in the right direction.
Discover Dubbo's pioneer history at this 1840s homestead. Enjoy picturesque gardens, café/art gallery, experience a guided tour - bookings essential. 1.5km past the Taronga Western Plains Zoo.
|Address:||'Dundullimal' 23L Obley Road, Dubbo, NSW 2830|
|Phone:||(02) 6884 9984|
Flip Out Trampoline Arena is Australia’s first & largest trampoline playground. We have trampoline sports, games, special events and birthday parties.
Open Sunday - Thursday: 10am - 7pm | Friday & Saturday: 10am - 9pm
|Address:||18 Mountbatten Drive, Dubbo, NSW 2830|
|Phone:||(02) 6881 6606|
Visit Dubbo's award winning winery and sample our range of handcrafted wines. Enjoy a cheese platter while tasting our wines with the winemaker. Sweet and dry wines available.
The Savannah Visitor Plaza and free access area offers a great place to relax with a meal or coffee at Bahkita's Cafe whilst overlooking the primate islands or let the kids run wild in the safari park playground.
Terramungamine is an Aboriginal reserve located on the Macquarie river. Be amazed by the 150 rock grooves created by the Tubbagah People.
Come, relax and enjoy tasting premium hand picked and traditionally grown wine and take a stroll through our rose garden. Available for functions including weddings.
Experience the picturesque Macquarie River, vibrant streetscapes and learn of Dubbo's rich history riding the multi-award winning Trike Adventures. We offer our famous Outback Pub Tours, Red Earth Winery Tours, Sunset Tour and Deluxe Zoo Tours.
Western Plains Cultural Centre, a state-of-the-art facility boasting a gallery, museum and modern café, is Dubbo's creative soul. The Centre offers a rich program of high quality exhibitions and installations by local and visiting artists.
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