Western Plains Cultural Centre


The Western Plains Cultural Centre has recently opened in Dubbo.

The new complex contains the Dubbo Regional Gallery, the Dubbo Regional Museum and the Dubbo Community Arts Centre, as well as a small coffee shop.

The art gallery has had some exceptional works of art on display since it have opened and it is well worth a visit.  Last time we were there it had some naked photos of teenagers on display without any warning so I’d check what’s on first if you have children.

The Museum section is a good place to find out a bit about Dubbo’s history.

Find out more by visiting the wpcc website here!

It is at 76 Wingewarra Street and is open Wednesday to Monday (Closed Tuesdays) from 10.00am-4.00pm. Phone 02 6801 4444.


4 Responses to Western Plains Cultural Centre

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  2. Linda says:

    The cafe is not so small as it seats 60 people both inside and in the outdoor cafe area. It is open from 8 am for breakfast everyday except Tuesday.

    There are some great interactive exhibitions on at the moment and guess what…. entry is free!

  3. Andy says:

    Western Plains Cultural Centre is a must see for all Dubbo’s visitors and residents. It’s an excellent way to spend a few hours of your day, learning a bit about Dubbo’s history and viewing the amazing art galleries.

  4. Karen Kneale says:

    I love the Cultural Centre, Dubbo is so lucky to have it. The cafe has great coffee terrific service, friendly and I feel so peaceful when Im there and very yummy food. The gallery has amazing art. I am always excited to see the next exhibition. Thank you to staff and volunteers for a great place to go.

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