DUBBO

The real heart of New South Wales, Dubbo is a dynamic, regional centre that offers the dual benefits of relaxation and space with the amenities of a major city.

Enjoy a quality lifestyle with affordable housing, career opportunities, high-quality health, educational and professional services.

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DUBBO

The real heart of New South Wales, Dubbo is a dynamic, regional centre that offers the dual benefits of relaxation and space with the amenities of a major city.

Enjoy a quality lifestyle with affordable housing, career opportunities, high-quality health, educational and professional services.

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THE BIGGEST DIFFERENCE BETWEEN SYDNEY AND DUBBO IS THE COMMUNITY

Craig and his family moved to Dubbo from Sydney

That time spent on commuting just doesn't need to happen...

WELCOME TO DUBBO

Dubbo is a place with a refreshing mix of urban and rural cultures, where the people are relaxed, friendly and welcoming and they really mean it when they ask how you are.

Welcome to your new City!

The real heart of New South Wales, Dubbo is a dynamic, regional centre that offers the dual benefits of relaxation and space with the amenities of a major city.

Enjoy a quality lifestyle with affordable housing, career opportunities, high-quality health, educational and professional services.

Dubbo is a city of surprisingly diverse employment opportunities. Whether you are a teacher, engineer, health-service worker or have entrepreneurial spirit, Dubbo is the place for you. There are 6 major shopping centres, 20 schools, 4 tertiary campuses and an amazing 120 eateries all offering employment opportunities.

In addition to large, established homes costing less than $300,000, you can also secure your own land and estate packages in some of Dubbo’s most picturesque locations. On the rental front, properties are affordable and for those seeking some space, there is always the opportunity to secure your own piece of rural paradise.

QUICK FACTS

Housing Prices

Median price $328,933

Key Employment Prospects

Engineering and planning, education and training (particularly maths and science teachers), medical specialists (doctors, dentists and nurses), social services, manufacturing and labourers.

Key Business Opportunities

Healthcare, retail, building and development, mining services, manufacturing, transport and logistics, and warehousing.

Schools

14 primary schools (7 public and 7 private); 6 secondary schools (3 public and 3 private)

Tertiary Education

4 tertiary campuses: Charles Sturt University, School of Rural Health (University of Sydney), TAFE NSW Western Institute and Alesco Learning Centre.

Retail Services

6 shopping centres, with over 90 speciality stores and CBD specialty shops.

Leisure and Dining

In excess of 120 eateries including licensed hotels and clubs, restaurants, cafes and food halls.

Health

5 aged-care centres, 1 public, 1 private and 1 rehabilitation hospital

Climate

Summers range from 17 to 31 degrees; winter from three to 16 degrees. Average annual rainfall is 588mm.

Population

41,934