With over 71 hectares of parkland, Dubbo’s wide open spaces are home to stunning natural reserves and green-space.

Grab the kids and head to a park for a family BBQ or drive further afield for a little more peace and quiet in one of the City’s many reserves.

Dubbo at your leisure

Whether you want to relax within 71 hectares of City parkland, or you're keen to walk, skate or cycle the Tracker Riley on the picturesque Macquarie River corridor, there are plenty of outdoor options to choose from. There is also an abundance of bush walking and bird watching opportunities.

Download the Dubbo Parks and Reserves Guide  

Cycleways in Dubbo

Dubbo is well equipped for cycling and skating enthusiasts. With more than 8.3km of off road cycle-paths and flat country roads within close proximity to surrounding towns, you are sure to enjoy your time pedaling the pavement. Alternatively meet the locals and really challenge yourself at one of Dubbo's cycling clubs.

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Cycleways of Dubbo Map Cycleways of Dubbo Map (7461 KB)


More of Dubbo's great outdoors


Attractions and Activities
Phone: 0438 600 837


There are over 270 species of birds recorded within a 50 kilometres of the city of Dubbo. Many of these are woodland birds that can be found in urban backyards, parks, remnant bushland and riverside areas.

Birds in Backyards
Address: The Dubbo Field Naturalist & Conservation Society Inc. PO Box 1171, Dubbo, NSW 2830
Phone: 0438 600 837
Website: http://www.dubbofieldnats.org.au
Attractions and Activities
Phone: (02) 6801 4000

Livvi's Place Playground

Play side by side in an award winning playground that caters for all ages and abilities. This playground is fully fenced and includes interactive designed equipment, shade, drinking water and access to toilets.  Free Admission.
Address: Victoria Park, Talbragar Street, Dubbo , NSW 2830
Phone: (02) 6801 4000
Attractions and Activities
Phone: (02) 6881 1400

Taronga Western Plains Zoo

Take your family on zoofari to Taronga Western Plains Zoo! See hundreds of rare and endangered animals in this huge open range sanctuary. Don’t miss the all new Lion’s Pride Lands, and take an adrenaline pumping journey inside lion territory aboard Pride Lands Patrol. Explore the Zoo’s 5km circuit on foot or by bike, car or electric safari cart. Be sure to catch a Keeper Presentation – there are up to 10 daily included in the cost of Zoo entry.

Admission: Adult $48, Child (4-15) $28, Senior/Concession $38 | Family: 2A+2C $136.80, 2A+1C $111.6, 2A+3C $162.00, 2A+4C $187.20, 1A+2C $93.60, 1A+3C $118.80.

Early Morning Walk: 6.45am Saturday and Sunday-Adult $15 | Child $7.50 (in addition to admission) Wednesday and Fridays in school holidays for eastern states; NSW public holidays excluding Christmas Day and New Year’s Day.

Hire Rates: Push Bike (4 hours) $17 | Geared Bike $24 | Bike 'n Caboose $30 | Stroller $12 | Electric Cart (3 hours) $70 | Electric Cart (All Day) $99

Plan your day with the latest Keeper Talks and Feed Times.

Open 7 Days: 9am - 4pm | Admission for 2 consecutive days
Address: Obley Road, Dubbo, NSW 2830
Phone: (02) 6881 1400
Website: http://zoofari.com.au

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