FLOOD UPDATE – PUBLIC FACILITIES & SPORTING FIELDS
Following the weekends significant rainfall and flooding access to a number of public facilities and sporting fields across Dubbo Region has been impacted.
All sporting ovals across the Dubbo Region will be closed this week for training except the cricket nets which can be used from tomorrow(Tuesday 11 October).This use is dependant if the accessing road is open.
Dubbo Regional Council’s Recreation Coordinator will liaise directly with sporting clubs and event organisers regarding competition and sporting events scheduled for this week. Sporting clubs and event organisers will be responsible for provide communication to their members and attendees to their individual competitions and events.
Bike and walking trails
All mountain bike trails across the region will be closed until at least Monday 17 October 2022. Further inspections will be carried out and advice on reopening provided to the community.
Dubbo Pedestrian bridges remain closed.
Tracker Riley Cycleway and walking track remains closed.
Dubbo, Geurie and Wellington Aquatic Centres are open.
Dubbo branch of the Macquarie Library is open.
Dubbo Visitor Information Centre is expected to be open to the public on Thursday morning (Thursday 13 October 2022). Online and phone enquires continue to be managed by team members operating at other locations and through the Wellington Visitor Information Centre.
For a full list of road updates please visit www.dubbo.nsw.gov.au/flood
Last Edited: 10 Oct 2022