See the sights of Dubbo as you walk, ride or run the 13km cycleway loop extending from the CBD to Taronga Western Plains Zoo and historic Dundullimal Homestead. This beloved cycle and walking path alongside the Macquarie River is named after Dubbo's famous Alec 'Tracker' Riley, the first Aboriginal tracker to reach the rank of Sergeant.
The Western Plains Cultural Centre offers artwork of all kinds, with both permanent and travelling exhibitions to observe. Unearth the meaning and emotion of the displays by wandering through the gallery at your own leisurely pace.
The 13km cycleway loop is named after Dubbo's famous Alec 'Tracker' Riley, the first Aboriginal tracker to reach the rank of Sergeant. Extending from the CBD to Dundullimal Homestead and Taronga Western Plains Zoo. A facility of Dubbo Regional Council.
The Western Plains Cultural Centre is home to the Region’s gallery, museum and Community Art Centre. Whether your visit to the Region is a holiday, excursion, group tour, event or pursuing a family link our team here at the WPCC can make your visit unique. Free admission and open daily 10am - 4pm.