A new Council, a new look, and a new website dedicated to customer service
A progressive, friendly and united community that we all take pride in
Continuing to grow and evolve to deliver the services you expect of a modern and progressive Council
Our productive landscapes are a source of economic wealth and cultural centre of Wiradjuri Country
The community’s lifestyle needs are well catered for with access to a range of cultural, sporting and passive recreational pursuits
The business activities of Council are an important sector of the local economy and provide financial returns to the community
This is a major community safety project that will also benefit native fish stock between Dubbo and Burrendong Dam.
Dubbo Regional Council has been proclaimed by the Governor of NSW as the name for the Council formed by the merger of the former Dubbo City and Wellington councils.
The Dubbo Aquatic Leisure Centre will be open for the 2016 swim season on Saturday 10 September with new opening hours and new features.
Dubbo Regional Council has applied for funding to help reduce rubbish in the Macquarie River
The latest updates on local road closures and traffic conditions across the Dubbo Regional Council area.
Proposed changes to sporting facility fees and charges for areas within Caltex Park, the Dubbo Aquatic Leisure Centre, and the Barden Park athletics centre. Public exhibition ends 6 October 2016.