Let the Dubbo Region Directory be your guide. Find amazing attractions, cafes and restaurants to tempt your tastebuds, retail shops, a place to rest your head, visitor services and much more!
- 18L Camp Road, Dubbo NSW 2830
Visit Dubbo’s award-winning winery and sample our range of handcrafted wines. Enjoy delicious dumplings or a cheese platter.
Tasting $5pp or free with any purchase of 2 bottles.
Open Thursday to Tuesday 11.00am - 5.00pm
- Suit 2, 4 Asset Way, Blueridge Business Park, Dubbo 2830
The Skin Corrective Centre specialises in advanced beauty therapy and cosmetic medicine. We are confident that you will enjoy your experience and gain the knowledge to make an informed decision on how to look after your skin.
- Caves Road, Wellington NSW 2820
Neighbouring the Wellington Caves, the garden is an ideal setting for a restful picnic before or after a tour of the caves or a round of golf. Offering a tranquil, retreat ideal for relaxation, a winding stream and reflection pool beneath a shaded pavilion. A facility of Dubbo Regional Council.
- Warne Street, Wellington NSW 2820
Wellington Aquatic Leisure Centre offers a range of facilities including a 50m pool, heated leisure pool and splash pad for the kids. Enjoy a carefree day lazing on our lush green lawns, use our free BBQ facilities or buy a delicious meal from the cafe. Guaranteed value for money and a great day out for the whole family!
- 33 Nanima Cres, Wellington NSW 2820
Ongoing exhibitions in all mediums supporting regional artists and creators. Visit wellingtonarts.org.au to discover our artist’s portfolios and our coming events. “Connecting Creativity”. Find us on Facebook wellingtonarts2820.
- 8R Merrilea Road, Dubbo NSW 2830
Western Plains Riding Centre have horse-riding experiences suitable for the whole family. All equipment and supervision by trained instructors is provided. School holiday horsemanship activities available. Bookings essential, open Monday to Saturday.
- Visitor Information Centre, 81 Dandaloo Street, Trangie NSW 2823
Explore the local Wiradjuri culture and traditions through the collection of artefacts on display, including very rare carved trees. The Centre is home to records of local Aboriginal families, and is an outlet for local artists to showcase and sell boomerangs, goodwill stones, vases and didgeridoos.