Sundowner Aberdeen Motor Inn
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Ok, Dubbo for the uninitiated. 2 days is more than enough. Without the zoo there isn't much else to do in this town. Strange though as it is a 'large' country town with a healthy 41000 population. Sunday the streets were dead. The main road was quiet. The shopping centers are small (similar to Plumpton or Stocklands) and the quality of food from …
The ambient temp hit 39 today with an expected 40 for Sat and Sun. We have our Zoo encounter on Sat with safari at 1045am. With the gear and sun expected for Sat it may well be an authentic experience
... black rhino, meerkat, giraffe, hippopotamus, cheetah, African elephant, tiger, tortoise, otters and lemurs. With each talk and feed we learnt something new and saw many exceptional things. You feel so close to the animals here. They are not in cages as such and although fenced in, the fences are in moats so the animals are close to you. We could have watched the meerkats (including the 3 week old meerkat pup) for ...
... park for ourselves, so Cameron hammed it up driving the cart like a mad zoo keeper, honking at all the animals as we wizzed pass each enclosure. For $5 the kids fed a giraffe some carrots, and it was slobbery tongues all round! Harrison indulged in some super healthy lunch (see pics) and we made a nice friend in the playground (a friendly black swan which ...
... to sit in their and see up close the day to day goings on. We then headed up to the roof terrace where we got an uninterrupted view across the lake up Anzac Parade to the War Memorial and it was a great way to see the capital. We then headed back down past a beautiful painting of Queen Elizabeth the 2nd, one of only 4 in the world painted in 1954 the year after her coronation. Then out and back to the car. We drove down to Commonwealth Park on the lake ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSundowner Aberdeen Motor Inn Dubbo
Arrived around 5pm.
Reception was quick and informative. Our room is perfect for our needs and at $129/night probably the cheapest we could have found.
We can walk to he centre of town within 5mins.
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