New South Wales

Average Winter Temps: 16.2℃

Average Summer Temps: 32.6

Traditional Land of:   Tubbagah People


This city of more than 40,000 people is a major exporter of lamb, as well as the principle shopping centre for the entire Orana region. It also draws visitors from around the world, including many who come to see the city’s zoo collection of endangered animals.


The Dubbo area is renowned for its many festivals and shows, ranging from multicultural events to agriculture and livestock shows and the city’s own international bodybuilding championship contest. The climate is temperate, the people are friendly, and the environment of the city is welcoming in every respect – which helps to explain why tourism has quickly become such a central part of the local economy.


No matter your interests, Dubbo offers something of interest. It’s one of those unique historically-rich cities that is large enough to provide a full range of cultural and entertainment attractions, and yet still small enough to maintain the small-town character that originally led so many people to call it “home.” If you’re planning a trip to New South Wales, don’t miss the opportunity to experience the city’s charms for yourself.


National Parks:

Goobang National Park


Attractions & Activities:

Taronga Western Plains Zoo

Old Dubbo Gaol

Western Plains Cultural Centre

Shoyoen Japanese Garden

Trike Adventures

Dundullimal Homestead

Red Earth Estate

Macquarie Regional Library

Reading Cinemas Dubbo

Wineries & Vineyards

Dubbo Farmers Market

Bars & Clubs

Terramungamine Reserve and Rock Grooves

Dubbo Observatory

Orana Mall

Elston Park Water Park

Garling Gallery

Tiger Bay Wetlands

Narromine Aviation Museum

Adventure Watersports

Flip Out trampoline area


Burrendong Botanic Garden and Arboretum

Western Plains Riding Centre

Mount Arthur Reserve

Macquarie River Trails


Wellington Caves and Phosphate Mine

Bob Christensen Reserve

Eris Fleming Gallery

Goldfields at Ironbarks


Caravan Parks:

Westview Caravan Park

Dubbo, New South Wales

For your getaway in Dubbo, you’d be hard pressed to ask for cleaner and more modern facilities than those you’ll find at Westview Caravan Park. The campgrounds offer shade for both powered and unpowered sites, a full amenities area that includes facilities for the baby, and a laundry. There is an outdoor kitchen, or BBQ options, a swimming pool and playground to keep the children busy, and the opportunity to bring your beloved pets with you!

Give them a call if you’re planning on being in the area. They’ll be happy to discuss availability and rates with you!


Dubbo City Holiday Park

Dubbo, New South Wales

Dubbo City Holiday Park is a family-friendly park that is thoroughly modern and focused on entertaining its guests. There is a heated pool, court for basketball, an area where your pets can play without leashes, and even a jumping pillow to occupy the kids. Oh, and the usual amenities block, barbecue pits and camp kitchen are also available for all guests!


Dubbo Midstate Caravan Park

Dubbo, New South Wales

 Dubbo Midstate Caravan Park is located within walking distance of the centre of the city, which means that it can be the perfect place to set camp and plan your adventures in the area. Then again, there’s so much to do on-site that you may not want to leave the park! In addition to the amenities block, salt-water swimming pool, and BBQ access, you’ll also find a kid’s playground, mini-golf, and a fully stocked supply kiosk. Perhaps even more important is the fact that your pets can stay too.


Free Camping / Low Cost Camping:

For free camping, try the Terramungamine Reserve near Dubbo. There are flush toilets, trash bins, and fireplace areas. There is no water source, however, so bring your own – as well as anything else you might need. It’s just fourteen kilometres from Dubbo, so its central location is idea for your adventures. There is a twenty-four hour restriction on the campsite, so no long stays are permitted.

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