Feb 27 to 29 Dubbo is located in the heart of NSW and is an important regional centre for road, rail and air transport. It is ideally located amidst a multitude of other exciting regional attractions. From the Parkes CSIRO Radio Telescope (better known as movie star ‘The Dish’), to one of the largest stalagmites in the Southern Hemisphere at Wellington Caves, as well as oranges, limes and aeroplanes at Narromine and the largest POW Breakout in Australian history in Cowra – all are within a short driving distance.
Perhaps the best known local attraction is the zoo. The zoo has car routes that meander through the large park with parking areas where you can leave your vehicle and walk to nearby enclosures. Altogether a unique and pleasant experience.