Dubbo is a city that gives you time to do more of the things you love - the things that make you happy.

Welcome to the heart of New South Wales, where the great Australian dream of a family house and a big backyard lives on...it’s time to live in Dubbo.

Dubbo is a thriving and dynamic regional City that is home to over 40,000 smiling faces.

The City is a place where cattle farms and cafes are within minutes of each other; where the people are relaxed, friendly and welcoming and they really mean it when they ask how you are.

Servicing a catchment population of 120,000 people in a geographic area one third the size of NSW, Dubbo is ideally located on the junction of three major highways and is a transport hub for air and rail routes.

The City has an affordable rental and real estate market and offers a breadth of high quality health, education, retail and professional services to meet all your needs.

A quality lifestyle, affordable housing, career opportunities and education options combine to make Dubbo a great place to live.

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Quick Facts

Housing prices - Median price $300,000

Key employment prospects - Engineering and planning, education and training (particularly maths and science teachers), medical specialists (doctors, dentists and nurses), social services, manufacturing and labourers.

Key business opportunities - Healthcare, retail, building and development, mining services, manufacturing, transport and logistics, and warehousing.

Schools - 14 primary schools (7 public and 7 private); 6 secondary schools (3 public and 3 private)

Tertiary education - 4 tertiary campuses: Charles Sturt University, School of Rural Health (University of Sydney), TAFE NSW Western Institute and Alesco Learning Centre.

Retail services - 6 shopping centres, with over 90 speciality stores and CBD specialty shops.

Leisure and dining - In excess of 120 eateries including licensed hotels and clubs, restaurants, cafes and food halls.

Support services - 5 aged-care centres, 1 public, 1 private and 1 rehabilitation hospital

Climate - Summers range from 17 to 31 degrees; winter from three to 16 degrees. Average annual rainfall is 588mm.

Population - 40,975

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