Dubbo is home to more than 40,000 people and a further 9,500 are expected to make Dubbo home by 2036.
The Dubbo area experiences a temperate climate. Summers are warm to hot, generally ranging from 17ºC (62.6F) to 31ºC (91.4F), with some extremes exceeding 38ºC (100.4F). During the winter months, the average daily temperature varies from 3ºC (37.4F) to 16ºC (60.8F), with some occurrences of early morning frost.
Dubbo is ideally located at the intersection of major routes for road, rail and air transport, and on the path of three major fibre-optic cables, allowing businesses and residents to take advantage of the speed and variety of the latest information technologies including wireless broadband.
Dubbo services a region of 200,000 people from across an area one-third the size of New South Wales, with a breadth and diversity of health, education, retail and professional services the envy of regional cities across Australia.
The City’s economic strength lies heavily in the diversity of industries that reinforce its role as a vibrant regional service centre of some 3700 businesses. The main industries in Dubbo are retail, health, manufacturing, transport, tourism, education, construction, business services, agriculture, and government services. Expansion of growth sectors such as mining is expected to result in solid returns for property investment across the City.
Dubbo’s informal ethos is one of progress, diversity and opportunity, and combines the attributes of a large population centre with the familiarity and generosity of spirit typical of country towns.
Dubbo is a culturally diverse, welcoming, and vibrant society where a quality lifestyle, affordable housing, career opportunities, and education options combine and the City a popular place to live, work, invest and play.
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For more information on Dubbo and its attractions, visit the Dubbo Tourism website