Media Releases

2 Nov 2020   Celebrating 50 years of Macquarie Regional Library
Macquarie Regional Library is turning 50 and is invites members of the public to join in the celebrations.
29 Oct 2020   DUBBO REGION NAMED THE BEST IN REGIONAL AUSTRALIA TO VISIT!
Dubbo Regional Council (DRC) can add another feather to its cap for its outstanding tourism industry, with Dubbo Regional Council (DRC) staff excited to learn that Dubbo has been named the best regional holiday destination for families in all of Australia by Out & About With Kids magazine.
27 Oct 2020   OCTOBER ORDINARY COUNCIL MEETING OUTCOMES
Dubbo Regional Council (DRC) hosted its Ordinary October Council meeting, with the below outcomes:
26 Oct 2020   SEEKING MORE MEMBERS FOR WIRADJURI TECHNICAL ADVISORY PANEL
Dubbo Regional Council (DRC) is seeking nominations from residents in the Local Government Area (LGA) to join the existing Wiradjuri Technical Advisory Panel (WTAP).
23 Oct 2020   2020 DUBBO DAY AWARDS - NOMINATIONS NOW OPEN
Mayor of the Dubbo Region, Councillor Ben Shields is delighted to announce nominations for the 2020 Dubbo Day Awards are now open.
22 Oct 2020   SUMMER IS HERE! TAKE A HOLIDAY TO MAGIC BEACH BEFORE IT SELLS OUT
Based on the book, Magic Beach, by popular children’s author Alison Lester OAM and adapted for the stage by award-winning playwright Finegan Kruckemeyer, CDP Kids return to Dubbo Regional Theatre and Convention Centre (DRTCC) to bring to life on stage this classic story of an everyday family’s beach holiday.
19 Oct 2020   Dubbo Regional Council Recognises National Water Week
Residents are being urged to ‘Be Wise With Our Water’ during National Water Week, observed throughout Australia between 19 – 25 October.
16 Oct 2020   DRAFT TOWN CENTRE PLAN PUBLIC EXHIBITION PERIOD EXTENDED
Wellington locals now have until 20 November to submit their feedback for the draft Wellington Town Centre Plan (WTCP), after the public exhibition period was extended.
15 Oct 2020   FIRST Q&A PANEL, AN OVERWHELMING SUCCESS
Dubbo Regional Council (DRC) hosted the first of three Question and Answer (Q&A) Panels last night, in a bid to secure funding in the upcoming NSW Government budget announcement, for a residential alcohol and other drug rehabilitation centre in the Dubbo region.
12 Oct 2020   REPATRIATION OF CULTURALLY SIGNIFICANT TREES ONE STEP CLOSER
The Wiradjuri Technical Advisory Panel (WTAP) has been working alongside the Australian Museum’s Repatriation Officer Phil Gordon to return culturally significant carved trees to Wiradjuri country, as part of Dubbo Regional Council’s (DRC), Destination Dubbo project and development of the Wiradjuri Tourism Centre. Now, the application to bring the sacred carved trees back home to country has been submitted, and the ceremonial planning to transport the trees back to Dubbo can commence with community.

Last Edited: 24 Aug 2021

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