Aladdin's Cave Bottlehouse is a yurt-style building of about 3000 bottles just a seven minute drive from Dubbo.
Items of interest in the bottles include messages, photos, toys, treasures and much more. There are many surprises including Genie, Harry Potter's Car, Aladdin's treasure chest and over 1000 bottles suspended inside on marine rope.
In a large shed is an Australiana and heritage collectables display of old bikes, sewing machines, blacksmith tools, saddler, old pots, fans, jugs and rab...
Bill is a prize winning artist and recipient of a fellowship by the Australian Institute of History and Arts. Experience the wonders of Australia's landscape in all its glorious colours, painted in traditional style, with a visit to Bill O'Shea's Studio Gallery.
William (Bill) O'Shea was born in Sydney in 1934, and is generally regarded as one of Australia's best selling painters. His works, distinctly 'O'Shea' in style, dramatically and beautifully typify the Australian scene - the woolsheds...
Garling Gallery is situated in the rural village of Wongarbon, 15 kilometres east of Dubbo in the Central West of New South Wales. The fully restored 100 year old shop front adds historical charm and warmth to the collection of original oils, water colours, pencil and bronze sculpture .The artists studio makes an interesting visit with works in progress at various stages of completion.
Brett 'Mon' Garling is one of Australia's leading figurative sculptors today. Known for his stunning landscape...
Norman Organ produces metal sculptures for indoor and outdoor use from recycled metal and machinery parts, incorporating some new materials and materials other than metal such as wood.
Norman has lived in the local area all his life, and has worked as a welder for the past 31 years. He started experimenting with his sculpture work 11 years ago. He finds great enjoyment in the challenge of creating sculptures that can be easily recognised for what they are, while using recycled metal and machin...
Old Dubbo Gaol is one of the most popular tourist attractions in country New South Wales. The fully restored 1800s Gaol is enhanced with some of the latest technology in entertainment. Animatronics and hologram exhibits bring to life the stories and atmosphere of this fascinating place and relic of pioneering Australia.
Suitable for visitors of all ages, the Old Dubbo Gaol caters for all levels of interest especially families. You will meet, hear and see the Condemned Man, the Ghost of Old Dub...
Traintasia is an exciting interactive model railway display and shop. Located in Dubbo, it's a great place to take the family.
Features of Traintasia include the operating model trains, trams, buses, trucks and fairground including sounds, moving skyway and lifts. Hobby and collectors shop on site.
Traintasia is the Home of Roco, Lenz, Schuco and Faller in Australia.
Buses are welcome.
Dubbo's state of the art cultural centre houses both the City's art gallery and its museum. Exhibitions include travelling displays and permanent collections.
The Gallery's collection focuses on 'The Animal in Art' and includes sculptures, children's book illustrations, works by George Lambert and other two dimensional works in a variety of media.
The Gallery also offers regular changing exhibitions (about every six weeks). For more information contact the gallery direct.