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Dubbo Royal Flying Doctor Base Visitor Education Centre

Opened in July 2011, the Dubbo Royal Flying Doctor Base Visitor Education Centre is a 'must see' attraction.

See the wonderful work of this Australian aviation icon at the Visitor Education Centre.
Read the stories, learn the history, watch the film, board the flight simulator and browse the gift shop.

Cooreena Road
Dubbo, NSW, 2830

Located 12.1K from Rawsonville

Warrior Warbirds

Warbirds are historic ex-military aircraft that are now preseved and flown in civilian life. Adventure Flights give people the opportunity to experience, through every sense, the thrill of flight in a unique aircraft that is usually the domain of a privileged few.

The views are spectacular, but you won't just be seeing the incredible world perspective that being airborne offers. Warbirds give you more! The smell of oil and engine smoke as the 10 litre radial motor roars to life. The whooshing sound of the pneumatic air system as it retracts the landing gear after take-off. The steady thump of the supercharged engine reassuring you of its reliable power. The exhilarating feeling of g-forces of up to four times normal at the bottom of a loop, to momentary weightlessness at the top of a stall turn.

A flight with Warrior Warbirds will excite all the senses and leave you with an experience you will remember forever.

Dubbo City Regional Airport Passenger Terminal
Dubbo, NSW, 2830

Located 12.5K from Rawsonville

Dubbo Golf Club

The Dubbo Golf Club was established as an 18 hole course in 1903 and was relocated to its current position in 1921. In 1995, the 18 hole course was expanded to a state-of-the-art 27 hole course.

The golf course is a challenging par 71 and is set in beautiful surroundings. The most memorable aspects of a round of golf at the Dubbo Golf Club are the many majestic trees, the sculptured fairways, slick undulating greens and that "miles from anywhere" atmosphere; not to mention the local kangaroos known to visit the fairways.

The Dubbo Golf Club offers all visitors and members a practice fairway, pitching green with bunker, driving nets, practice putting green and professional staff available for either group or individual tuition.

All players are offered self drive golf carts, but most visitors prefer to walk the course with pull buggies and enjoy the ambience.

Newell Highway
Dubbo, NSW, 2830

Located 16.2K from Rawsonville

Macquarie Valley Trails

The Macquarie valley, in the heart of New South Wales is one of the State's, and indeed Australia's, best kept secrets, until now.

Macquarie River Trails is designed to let you explore the many attractions and wonders of this rich farming region, one that is blessed with a vibrant river, friendly people and a laid back lifestyle.

The Macquarie River Trails takes in the area from Lake Burrendong near Wellington, downstream along the Macquarie River through Dubbo, Narromine and Warren to the Macquarie Marshes. There are close to 200 sites and attractions in this area organised under eleven 'trails' - river, nature, heritage, local produce, cycling, fishing, art, bird watching, education, riverbeds and tucker.

Relax, recover, unwind, discover is their slogan! If you only spend a week, you'll probably have to come back. But that's okay, you're welcome anytime. Make sure to get the downloadable app to guide you.

Heart of New South Wales
Warren, NSW, 2824

Located 16.5K from Rawsonville

Adventure Watersports

Adventure Watersports is the home of adrenalin fuelled fun on the water in Western NSW. A visit to Dubbo region is now so much more exhilarating!

Adventure Watersports offer a range of watersport activities at hourly rates. Any activity, any number of people. And they specialise in beginners! For the thrill seeker Adventure Watersports offer waterskiing, wakeboarding, kneeboarding and tube rides.

For a more relaxed pace kayak and stand up paddle board hire is available to allow you to explore the regions waterways at your own pace.

Whether you're visiting the Central West NSW region for a trip to the Wellington Caves, the extensive gardens on offer or for a visit to the renowned Taronga Western Plains Zoo in Dubbo, be sure to add a day on the water to your itinerary.

Bligh Street
Dubbo, NSW, 2830

Located 16.6K from Rawsonville

Rawsonville: Events


"WomDomNom" is an organised four day paddle starting from Wellington on November 23. It is designed to be a recreational paddle, with an emphasis to encourage paddling on the Macquarie River.

It is a fully supported paddle, with your camping equipment transported between camping spots and all meals and soft drinks are provided over the four days, and you will be on the water for roughly six hours per day.

Why "WomDomNom"? It stands for Wellington on Macquarie (Wom), Dubbo on Macquarie (Dom), Narromine on Macquarie (Nom)!.

Event Dates
      23rd Nov
      24th Nov
      25th Nov
      26th Nov

7 Shire Avenue
Dubbo, NSW, 2830

Located 16.3K from Rawsonville

Dubbo Farmers Market

The Dubbo Farmers Markets, held on the first and third Saturday of every month, is a showcase of the region's produce, fresh from the soils and water basins of the Macquarie Valley and beyond. Kick start your morning with the smooth flavours of your favourite coffee and chat with friends over breakfast.

The markets offer a range of seasonal fresh produce, fresh fruit and vegetables, herbs and plants. There is also fresh bread, a selection of local pork, beef and lamb, award winning olive oils, preserves, jams, marinates honey, wine, nuts and so much more.

The wet weather venue for the Farmers Markets is the RSL Club Resort car park - located in Brisbane Street.

Event Dates
      21st Oct
      4th Nov
      18th Nov
      2nd Dec
      16th Dec

Corner Newell Highway and Macquarie Street,
Macquarie Lions Park
Dubbo, NSW, 2830

Located 16.5K from Rawsonville

Wambuul Macquarie River Festival

Wambuul Macquarie River Festival is back again in 2017, bigger and better than before!

Come along and participate in a day of 'come and try' activities, tree planting, landscape art, Macquarie River cruises, walking tours and Aboriginal culture.

Listen to the sounds of local musicians playing, watch artists paint the river landscape, and talk to the local groups who make use of the river.
All this plus food, drinks and more on offer at Ollie Robins Oval.

Event Dates
      28th Oct

Bligh Street
Dubbo, NSW, 2830

Located 16.6K from Rawsonville

Glow Hard Fun Run Dubbo

The Glow Hard Fun Run is coming back to Dubbo!

Walk, run, dance or stroll your way around the five kilometre course at twilight. With neon colour stations throughout and one big glow party at the finishing line. Music, dancing, Zumba, mass colour throws and more is what you can expect at the Glow Hard Fun Run. Invite your friends and family!

Event Dates
      25th Nov

Bligh Street
Dubbo, NSW, 2830

Located 16.6K from Rawsonville

Rawsonville: Travel Tips

Dubbo Visitors Information Centre

Everything you need to know while you are in this smiling city is all under the one roof. The friendly team at the Dubbo Visitors Information Centre is always happy to point you in the right direction.

All day free parking,
Brochures, maps and souvenirs,
Coffee and tea facilities and refreshments,
Charging station for hand held devices,
Public toilets and baby change room facilities,
Free Wi-Fi,
Alfresco desk,
Water station for you and your furry friends,
Local insights from friendly staff and volunteers.

Corner Newell Highway and Macquarie Street
Dubbo, NSW, 2830

Located 16.5K from Rawsonville

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