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Dubbo City Council’s Sister City alliances provide Dubbo with opportunities to share information and learn more about other cultures.
Sister City relations bring excellent mutual benefits in the areas of trade, tourism and cultural exchange. On a global level, the Sister City program is generally recognised as an important means to build international goodwill and to further global social and economic development based on co-operation at the local level.
Dubbo currently has formal Sister City arrangements with two international cities and two Australian cities. The following is a short introduction on each of these sister cities and, where available, links to their web sites.
A Sister City relationship was established with Minokamo in June, 1989. Dubbo and Minokamo have strongly bonded since this time with numerous exchange visits undertaken.
Council’s relationship with Minokamo resulted in financial support and assistance in the establishment of the Shoyoen Sister City Japanese Garden at the Dubbo Botanic Gardens, Elizabeth Park.
Find out more about Minokamo.
Minokamo Student Exchange Program
Council is now seeking applications from students and chaperones to visit Minokamo as part of the 2012 Sister City Student Exchange. 2012 program »
A Sister City relationship was established in June 1995. Dubbo and Wujiang undertake regular correspondence throughout the year with a number of exchanges since establishment.
Find out more about Wujiang.
Newcastle, NSW Australia
A sister city relationship was established in March 1995.
Find out more about Newcastle.
Warringah, Sydney Australia
A friendship link was established in October 1994.
Find out more about Warringah.