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Oxley downs is a country farmhouse outside of Dubbo that is a film set created for the TV series ‘Outback House’, a replica 1861 Sheep Station. Scott and Liz Tourle, the property owners, have a wealth of interesting information and trivia about the history of the place and the filming of the series. Feel free to contact Scott and Liz on 02 6887 7264 or oxleydowns.com.au if you require any further information.
Dubbo and District Family History Society Inc has one of the largest collection of genealogical and historical resources outside of Sydney. This collection is at the 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.
An old slab home, well kept. It’s out past the Zoo. It has an old feel to it, a cafe with country style food, and some animals which the children can feed by hand.