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...
Native grasslands flow into a grassy box woodland and on to a wetland in the Biodiversity Garden. Council has also constructed a mound which simulates the natural change of plant communities over a ridge line, with the deeper soils at the base growing Ironbarks, the slightly shallower soils mid-slope growing Red Stringybarks and the poor, shallower ridge top soils reflected in the smaller stunted growth of the Green Mallee.
The Dubbo Aquatic Leisure Centre features a 50 metre outdoor pool, two children's pools and a water slide. There is a canteen and swimming gear is also available for purchase. Dubbo's climate in summer makes this pool a must-do when visiting for the whole family. Barbecues are also available for your use.
A visit to the National Trust's Dubbo property, Dundullimal, is a special experience, which will allow you to step back in time, into rural life in the early colony. Built in the early 1840s as the head station of a 6,500 hectare squatting run, the homestead is the oldest building in Dubbo that is open to the public. Enjoy a relaxing tour, with assistance from a volunteer guide.
Explore the 1840s squatter's homestead, stables and grounds of this historic National Trust property. Indulge in the...