Travel Blogs from Dubbo, Australia

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Pistachio, Dubbo, Australia travel blog

Pistachio

A travel blog entry by jameshyde

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... off for a few minutes and looking out across the immense tracks of country, breathing some splendid air and thinking, “this is Australia” Indeed, as destructive as they can be quad-bikes (as they're known in Auz and the UK) really can get you ...

Day 45 - Dubbo, Dubbo, Australia travel blog

Day 45 - Dubbo

A travel blog entry by simmos58

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... call. The new luggage bag on the roof rack seems to have kept the gear dry as as well. We only had a short drive down to Dubbo. Dubbo has around 30,000 inhabitants according to the tourist blurb. Found a nice Big 4 van park just down the road from the zoo ...

Blue Mountains and Western Plains Zoo, Dubbo, Australia travel blog

Blue Mountains and Western Plains Zoo

A travel blog entry by clandybar

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... the town Orange. We found a room in the big old hotel and made it over to the pub just in time to watch the Australia - Ireland semi final rugby match. The next day we continued inter-state as far as Dubbo where the land begins to change from green ...

Dubbo, Dubbo, Australia travel blog

Dubbo

A travel blog entry by p18130

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... hit the road some five days later, Tuesday 1st August, 2006 dreaming of a warmer climate as it had been plenty cold at Dubbo, after a hearty breakfast.  Ashlee and Leanne felt a little more organized and got a few more things done and some jobs would ...

Lions and Tigers and Bears--er, no, but Wallabies, Dubbo, Australia travel blog

Lions and Tigers and Bears--er, no, but Wallabies

A travel blog entry by melindam

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... will come after you rather than try to go the opposite direction. I'm hoping to never see a snake, especially a brown one, in Australia. A 17-year-old boy from a nearby town was bitten this past weekend by an inland taipan, classified as the most deadly ...

Meadow Glen Rest Stop, Dubbo, Australia travel blog

Meadow Glen Rest Stop

A travel blog entry by p18130

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  MEADOW GLEN REST STOP (1-2 August 2006)   Next stop Meadow Glen Rest Stop, another free overnighter.  This place was great, we could finally sit around an open fire and have a few drinks into the night, without the possibility of ...

Sep 27, 2011, Dubbo, Australia travel blog

Sep 27, 2011

A travel blog entry by ferres

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Day 21 - Dubbo, Dubbo, Australia travel blog

Day 21 - Dubbo

A travel blog entry by familytrip2010

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... ;re on the home stretch now and getting anxious to keep moving. Pleased to say nothing alarming or worthy of mentioning on our way to Dubbo, no running out of fuel, no road works, no car breaking down! Ahh the boredom love it. Arriving in Dubbo we pop in ...

Sex(ism), Dubbo, Australia travel blog

Sex(ism)

A travel blog entry by jameshyde

... as a quick update for those of you up-to-date enough to know there is some massive flooding going on in Australia right now. We are near Dubbo, NSW right now and really the multi-trough storm belt is forecast to just barely scrape past us on its path of ...

Dubbo - Zoo., Dubbo, Australia travel blog

Dubbo - Zoo.

A travel blog entry by heatheravan

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Dubbo, is home to an amazing Zoo and it is well worth a visit. It's main claim to fame is its extensive breeding program bringing wild animals of the world further away from extinction. The zoo is also spacious making it very comfortable for resident ...

Big làp, Dubbo, Australia travel blog

Big làp

A travel blog entry by barbrob

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... . Hit the road and wondered whether we are crazy or not! Had a brief stop at Lithgow Park and then travelled towards Dubbo. An uneventful journey and travelled towards Dubbo. Had lunch at Memory park at Orange amongst the autumn leaves. Weather has been ...

Dubbo and homeward bound, Dubbo, Australia travel blog

Dubbo and homeward bound

A travel blog entry by fitzausroadtrip

... at the pub here! On our way out we stopped and took the obligatory photo at the big ‘Golden Guitar’ before heading towards Dubbo. The weather was certainly heating up as we headed out of the ranges.  By the time we reached Dubbo it was 32 ...

Wet, Wet and Bloody Wet!, Dubbo, Australia travel blog

Wet, Wet and Bloody Wet!

A travel blog entry by muzzarox

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... close to the city centre so we would be able to walk to everything.  It started raining quite heavily the night we arrived in Dubbo and didn’t stop until we left!  Without a car for the first couple of days, we just walked around the city ...

Day 46 & 47 - Dubbo, Dubbo, Australia travel blog

Day 46 & 47 - Dubbo

A travel blog entry by simmos58

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... walk into town and back then had a shower and headed back in to check out the other major tourist draw card - the Old Dubbo Jail. The entrance to the jail is actually in just off the main shopping area which was unusual. Unfortunately the weather ...

Day 2 - On the road again., Dubbo, Australia travel blog

Day 2 - On the road again.

A travel blog entry by aussieowls

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We woke early in Dubbo and after a snappy breaky hit the road happy that we were Qld bound. Early progress was good and we were blessed with perfect weather so  we made put in some good miles before a scheduled stop at Narribri for lunch. Cooked up ...

Dubbo, Dubbo, Australia travel blog

Dubbo

A travel blog entry by pfmartyn

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... a jumper or two to put on. Not the nice T-Shirt weather we had had in Lightning Ridge. We went to the Old Dubbo Goal. What a remarkable place - a self guided tour where there are replica inmates in the cells that tell you their stories and why they were ...

Children of teh Corn, Dubbo, Australia travel blog

Children of teh Corn

A travel blog entry by jameshyde

... tractors and 30+ people wading though it, at least we hope. We are living in a really nice caravan park in the city of Dubbo, New South Wales. The town centre is a quick walk away but we are surrounded by a park and well kept grounds. The facilities are ...

Long weekend in Dubbo, Dubbo, New South Wales, Australia travel blog

Long weekend in Dubbo

A travel blog entry by c_s_m_luurtsema

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... thankfully Maddie is a very good, and obviously seasoned, traveller. On Saturday, our first day there, we drove north from Dubbo to Warrumbungle National Park. We'd done some research on the internet and it seemed that the rocky features here were ...

Dubbo, Slip-n-slide, and Mt. Kiera!, Dubbo, Australia travel blog

Dubbo, Slip-n-slide, and Mt. Kiera!

A travel blog entry by littlebits

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... enormous orange sun at one end shining so bright you couldn't look at it too long. After that, our journey went downwards into Dubbo as the sun completely disappeared. I have never seen stars as bright as I did that night! There is no light pollution ...

Dubbo, Dubbo, Australia travel blog

Dubbo

A travel blog entry by stubo

Believe it or not, we are so dedicated to graincorp the 3 of us on new years day drag ourselves out of bed, get on a train up to dubbo, meet Jerry to give us back our car and now we are going to drive to Bourke!!! Dedication to the ...

Dubbo!, Dubbo, Australia travel blog

Dubbo!

A travel blog entry by restlessness

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... far away to make a decent picture.  About half-way through we decided that everything else (which to be fair was the North America and Australia bits) would be seen on the fly as we were too hot, too tired and pretty much done.  After a quick dash to ...

Roadtrip into central NSW, Dubbo, Australia travel blog

Roadtrip into central NSW

A travel blog entry by reinder.prins

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... Newell highway straight south towards West - Wyalong. The trip took me 2 days, with an overnight at Brocklehurst, just north of Dubbo. Here I found a very nice free camp-spot on the river with a group of grey nomads occupying it. The pictures attached ...

A day in Dubbo, Dubbo, Australia travel blog

A day in Dubbo

A travel blog entry by payne6roadtrip

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... the willow tree in the back garden and making stew from leaves and plants they found in the garden. We then headed out to the Dubbo Aquatic Leisure Centre for the morning. It was great being able to lie in the sun and top up on my tan and read while the ...

Rest day at Dubbo, Dubbo, Australia travel blog

Rest day at Dubbo

A travel blog entry by highams

... the animals at the zoo yesterday, I didn't see the need to go back there today. Instead I had a very lazy day looking around the Dubbo CBD and stocking up on food for the second half of my trip. I also found the local Mitre 10 and bought a brass tap top ...

Train and bus: to Dubbo in the heat, Dubbo, New South Wales, Australia travel blog

Train and bus: to Dubbo in the heat

A travel blog entry by emconnolly2000

... . Red cliffs and green vegetation: lovely but impossible to photograph because of the speed. At Lithgow the train terminated and the Dubbo passengers transferred to the bus which spent the next 3 or 4 hours on the highways through yet more agricultural ...

Dubbo, Dubbo, Australia travel blog

Dubbo

A travel blog entry by stubo

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Back to Dubbo again! We dropped of the shit ute back to Dubbo, then awaited our bus down ...

Dubbo, Dubbo, Australia travel blog

Dubbo

A travel blog entry by stubo

... down that way in an hour and then all being well will meet up with them soon! p.s I hit 4 birds on the way to Dubbo, one almost went through the windscreen and gave sleeping Chris a shock! the blood stained windscreen was a bit of a nightmare for the ...

Western Plains Zoo, Dubbo, Australia travel blog

Western Plains Zoo

A travel blog entry by dentons

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... Zoo, where we did the self drive 6km circuit set on a 300 hectare open-range sanctuary. We also went to the Old Dubbo Gaol which incorporated interactive prison characters from behind the walls and cells of the gaol in the 1800's. A very popular inland ...

It's a zoo out there, Dubbo, Australia travel blog

It's a zoo out there

A travel blog entry by highams

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... ). It was a great day out and I had one of the best hamburgers with the lot at the zoo cafe. I cycled back to Dubbo and had a quiet night sipping port, eating too much and generally being lazy. Distance today: approximately 15 km Total distance: 437.91 ...

Dubbo, Dubbo, Australia travel blog

Dubbo

A travel blog entry by stubo

... all our stuff around us - it was such a squash and so long it felt like forever. It took us about 5 hours and we arived in Dubbo a bit late so we meet the guy tomorrow. We checked into a guesthouse and stayed the night - it was a poky little place with no ...

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