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The weather in Dubbo
Check out the climate diagram for Dubbo. The highest average temperatures are in the month of January. Conversely, July is the coolest month in Dubbo, with temperatures going under 3°. The rainiest month is January while the driest month is January.
Treat Yourself to an Australian Getaway at Holiday Cottages in Dubbo
Situated on the Macquarie River, about 303km northwest of Sydney, Dubbo is a vibrant regional city in New South Wales known for its fantastic weather, historic buildings, wineries, shopping precincts, galleries, and museums. A holiday cottage in Dubbo makes for a great base to explore all that this dynamic city has to offer.
Dining delights of Dubbo
The award-winning Cattleman's Restaurant offers diverse Modern Australian fare that will tantalise your taste buds. Make sure to try their seafood laksa and spaghetti boscaiola.
Head to Mr. Bean's Coffee Emporium, in Dubbo's central business district, to enjoy brilliant coffee, delicious meals, and other tempting treats. Sails Restaurant offers a wide range of seasonal dishes and the finest local wines in an elegant setting.
Cultural attractions of Dubbo
The Western Plains Cultural Centre on Wingewarra Street, which houses a museum, gallery, and modern café, also hosts art exhibitions and events to enrich cultural engagement. Meanwhile, Dubbo Regional Gallery is known for its animal-themed art collections by artists such as Arthur Boyd, Louise Weaver, David Noonan, and John Olsen.
Located on Macquarie Street, Old Dubbo Gaol is a heritage-listed museum offering insights into Australia's prison history. The museum features fascinating exhibits detailing the lives of prisoners, the hangman’s gallows, confinement cells, the watchtower, and the exercise yard.
Things to do in Dubbo
Located in the heart of Dubbo, Taronga Western Plains Zoo is one of the most diverse wildlife habitats in Australia. The zoo encompasses over 300 hectares of bushland and boasts more than 700 animals, including endangered species such as Sumatran tigers, Siamang apes, and black rhinoceroses.
The Dubbo Regional Botanic Garden, on Coronation Drive, is also worth a visit. Wander through its four distinct gardens: the Biodiversity Garden, Shoyoen (Japanese Garden), the Sensory Gardens, and the Oasis Valley.
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