Dubbo Rsl Club Motel

Address: Cnr Brisbane Street & Wingewarra Street, Dubbo, New South Wales, 2830, Australia | Motel
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This motel, located on Cnr Brisbane Street & Wingewarra Street, Dubbo, is near Western Plains Zoo.
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    Travel Blogs from Dubbo

    Day Thirty Two

    A travel blog entry by austtravel on Aug 30, 2014

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    Before sunrise the mooing of a calf woke me. Looking out the window, they were just feet away from my window and the calf.was mooing at Mum, who was totally ignoring it and then left it alone to wander over next to our awning to graze in peace.
    They are not at all bothered by us being here.
    Last night when we were sitting by the fire, a cow was not amused that a van had set itself up on the hill where they were grazing the night before. The cow moved closer and closer to the van ...

    Keep on running

    A travel blog entry by reynauld on Aug 27, 2014

    13 photos

    ... for a while.

    The native animal enclosure with the emus and wallabies and koalas was another excuse to get off the bikes for a while and wander around the critters.

    There are rest stops along the way, but the cafe at the half way point ( about 3 km) was shut for maintenance so we had to keep going the full lap to have a late lunch. Should have packed a picnic, like other people did.

    If you're ever out this way ...

    What a Zoo!

    A travel blog entry by islandtraveller on Apr 25, 2014

    9 photos

    ... as high as a lamp post to get its feed and the giraffe’s tongues were very, very long. The second day we cruised around revisiting our favourite animals and seeing the areas we hadn’t already visited. We saw antelopes, bison, zebras, echidnas, kangaroos, quokkas, koalas, Elands, wombats, lions, ostriches and lets not forget the emus, who chased me down, or so it seemed. It gave everyone something to laugh ...

    Leaving Narromine

    A travel blog entry by burkinator on Feb 23, 2014

    7 photos

    ... working there. They had more take aways than dine in’s, so we mostly just take orders and pack. Once a month they’d have a big party and they’d bring their own alcohol and some of their own ingredients like rabbit and fish with a set menu. One of the parties that me and another girl served tipped ONLY the while girl, she split it with me afterwards though. It’s not the fact that he only tipped the white girl, it’s something he said before ...

    The drive to Dubbo

    A travel blog entry by payne6roadtrip on Nov 14, 2013

    23 photos

    ... Then off again towards Cowra the centre of world friendship, not sure why, where we crossed the Lachlan river. Then through Canowindra. A quick toilet break at Cudal then onto Peabody Rd to Molong to get some petrol before joining Mitchell Highway through Wellington to Dubbo. Crossing the Macquarie river in Wellington where the river runs inland. Past their old house in Wongarbon. We then made it across to Paula's place and we spent a short time ...