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Update 4: DRC Response to Coronavirus COVID-19

  • DRC Manager Corporate Image an Communications, Andrew Parsons
  • Mayor of the Dubbo Region, Councillor Ben Shields
  • Manager Economic Development and Marketing, Josie Howard
  • NSW Police Acting Assistant Commissioner, Peter McKenna

Update 3: DRC Response to Coronavirus COVID-19

Dubbo Regional Council (DRC) is providing its second LIVE update on current COVID-19 situation, and is joined by key agencies and operators at a media conference. Joining us for this update is:

  • DRC Manager Corporate Image an Communications, Andrew Parsons
  • CEO Western NSW Local Health District, Scott McLachlan

Update 2: DRC Response to Coronavirus COVID-19

Dubbo Regional Council (DRC) is providing its second LIVE update on current COVID-19 situation, and is joined by key agencies and operators at a media conference. Joining us for the update is:

• DRC Manager Corporate Image an Communications, Andrew Parsons
• Department of Communities and Justice Executive District Director Jo Lawrence
• Dubbo Buslines’ Rebecca Hamblin
• DRC Manager Economic Development, Josie Howard and NSW Business Chamber’s Vicki Seccombe
• DRC Manager Regional Events, Kim Hague
• Manager Dubbo City Regional Airport, Jacki Parish

Update 1: DRC Response to Coronavirus COVID-19

LIVE update on Dubbo Regional Council’s response to the rapidly-evolving national Corona Virus (COVID-19) pandemic with Manager of Corporate Image and Communications Andrew Parsons, and Manager Regional Events, Kim Hague.

Regular rubbish collections are being made as scheduled, water supply continues to be produced, animal services remain open, rangers continue their vital work throughout the community, and maintenance staff are continuing work on roads, sports grounds and open spaces.

In addition to this, Manager Regional Events Kim Hague, is also talking about what Council-supported events are going ahead or being postponed/ rescheduled.

 


Community Water Meeting

Dubbo Regional Council, alongside WaterNSW hosted a public information session on Tuesday 10 March at the Council Administration Building in Dubbo, to brief the community about the current and future water strategy. DRC Director Infrastructure Julian Geddes was joined by Adrian Langdon from WaterNSW and Council's Water for the Future consultant Chris Devitt.


Take a look inside the Wellington Caves

Take a look inside the Wellington Caves with Mayor of The Dubbo Region - Ben Shields, Annabelle Amos - Communications Partner, Jamie Angus - Manager Regional Experience from Dubbo Regional Council and Wellington Caves Manager Michelle Tonkins as they take a tour inside one of the famous tourist attractions in Central West.

 

Official Opening of the new Visitors Experience Centre at the Wellington Caves.

The brand new $4.2 million Wellington Caves Visitor Experience Centre has officially opened to the public, just in time for the new school year to begin.The Wellington Caves is the number one tourist attraction for Wellington and one of the top three attractions for the Dubbo Regional Council LGA, with visitation exceeding 30,000 people per year. The opening of the new Visitor Experience Centre means that school groups and tourists have an interactive and informational place to experience one of Australia’s most exciting caves system and fossil sites.

 

Launch of Prohibition event and Podcast

The Prohibition Podcast is about telling the stories of the Dubbo Region’s own troubled past with alcohol, gambling and opium dens. We delve into the world of Shanty Towns, The Temperance Movement, and examine what the very first lockout laws were like in the early 1900s.
Tickets to the event are on sale now and the podcast will be available for listening from 3 February.

 

LIVE recording of Dubbo Australia Day 2020

Live recording of the Australia Day Celebrations. Congratulations to all of our region's #AustraliaDay2020 award recipients, and congratulations to our newest Australian Citizens.
It's all thanks to Dubbo Regional Council, Celebrate Australia Day and Australia Day.

Last Edited: 27 Mar 2020

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