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General Links

Dubbo City Council - Phone: 6801 4000

Council's Vision Statement: The vibrant City on the Plains meeting service and lifestyle needs. Council's Mission Statement: To manage Dubbo?s growth in an ecologically sustainable manner to meet the service and lifestyle needs of residents and visitors.

Ogdens Coaches - Phone: 02 68843101

Ogdens Coaches Timetable Information

Western Plains Zoo - Phone: 9969 2777

Western Plains Zoo opened to the public on 28th February 1977 and was the first zoo in Australia to be constructed on the open range principle. It was also the first zoo to be built in Australia in 60 years.

School Links

Buninyong Public School - Phone: 6884 9806

We are committed to:

  • Providing a happy, caring, safe and appealing environment.
  • Encouraging open-minded attitudes.
  • Developing each individual too his/her maximum potential in all learning areas.
  • Providing a challenging, comprehensive, relevant and balanced curriculum.
  • Promoting a self discipline and responsibility.
  • Encouraging new teaching methodology in a collaborative atmosphere.
  • Recognising achievements of students and staff.
  • Supporting and encouraging students in learning.
  • Involving the whole school community in education.

Dubbo Christian School - Phone: 6882 0044

A K to 12 learning community committed to working with parents, developing and nurturing the God-given abilities of each child.

Dubbo College Delroy Campus - Phone: 6882 7922

Dubbo College is a multi campus secondary college that began its three year establishment period in 2000. Dubbo College is an integral part of the educational establishment in a large rural service centre. Our role is to enhance the quality of life of people who live and work in the local community. This happens using many strategies and by emphasising continually the importance of education as an indicator of the work that people do in society and the rewards they receive. Dubbo College exists on four separate sites. Three of these sites are the three secondary schools that have combined to form one College and the fourth site is the Dubbo College Administration Centre. Students are enrolled in Dubbo College at either one of the two junior campuses or the Senior Campus. The junior campuses are called Dubbo College Delroy Campus and Dubbo College South Campus. These campuses underpin our coordinated and strategic approach to the learning of both students and staff. They enrol students in years 7 and 9.

Dubbo College Senior Campus - Phone: 6882 4655

Dubbo College is a multi campus secondary college that began its three year establishment period in 2000. Dubbo College is an integral part of the educational establishment in a large rural service centre. Our role is to enhance the quality of life of people who live and work in the local community. This happens using many strategies and by emphasising continually the importance of education as an indicator of the work that people do in society and the rewards they receive. Dubbo College exists on four separate sites. Three of these sites are the three secondary schools that have combined to form one College and the fourth site is the Dubbo College Administration Centre. Students are enrolled in Dubbo College at either one of the two junior campuses or the Senior Campus. The junior campuses are called Dubbo College Delroy Campus and Dubbo College South Campus. These campuses underpin our coordinated and strategic approach to the learning of both students and staff. They enrol students in years 7 and 9.

Dubbo College South Campus - Phone: 6882 3744

Dubbo College is a multi campus secondary college that began its three year establishment period in 2000. Dubbo College is an integral part of the educational establishment in a large rural service centre. Our role is to enhance the quality of life of people who live and work in the local community. This happens using many strategies and by emphasising continually the importance of education as an indicator of the work that people do in society and the rewards they receive. Dubbo College exists on four separate sites. Three of these sites are the three secondary schools that have combined to form one College and the fourth site is the Dubbo College Administration Centre. Students are enrolled in Dubbo College at either one of the two junior campuses or the Senior Campus. The junior campuses are called Dubbo College Delroy Campus and Dubbo College South Campus. These campuses underpin our coordinated and strategic approach to the learning of both students and staff.They enrol students in years 7 and 9.

Dubbo North Public School - Phone: 6882 4689

Honouring the Past - Creating the Future

Dubbo Public School - Phone: 6882 2399

MISSION STATEMENT

Dubbo Public School is committed to promoting excellence in a caring and supportive environment. The children at our school will continue to have the opportunity to develop as individuals to their fullest potential through effective teaching practices. Staff expect children to work to the best of their ability, behave in a courteous and considerate manner and gain an understanding of current values in our changing society. Parents and community members will continue to play an active role in our school fostering positive links within our school community. Our school is dedicated to providing quality education for all.

DUBBO PUBLIC SCHOOL VISION

At Dubbo Public School we aim to provide a respectful, safe, challenging, happy environment where learning is valued and supported by the school community.

Dubbo South Public School - Phone: 6882 2529

At Dubbo South Public School there is an emphasis on improving the educational outcomes of all children. The school provides opportunities for student leadership and this is reflected in excellent outcomes by the Student Representative Council. High collegiality of staff and collaborative planning is a distinctive aspect of the school. Dubbo South Public strives to achieve excellence through quality teaching and parental involvement in a caring environment. As a member of the NSW Department of Education and Training Dubbo South Public fosters an environment conducive to academic excellence and achievement.

Dubbo West Infants School - Phone: 6882 3086

Community developing together in harmony.

Dubbo West Public School - Phone: 6882 3086

Community developing together in harmony.

Narromine Christian School - Phone: 6889 1860

Narromine High School - Phone: 6889 1499

Narromine is a thriving town of three thousand five hundred people, located in the rich Macquarie Valley, 35 kms west of Dubbo. The high school, catering for 400 students, of whom 35.5% are Aboriginal, offers a rich and varied curriculum that challenges students of all interests and abilities. The school is characterised by h4 academic results which have enabled students to follow their chosen career paths.

A dedicated teaching staff of 35 is well supported by a large number of teachers aides and SASS staff. Sporting facilities are extensive and have contributed to the schools ongoing success in sporting events at local and elite level. An active student representative council fosters leadership and citizenship within the student body. Narromine High School enjoys h4 community support. It is most appreciative of the generosity of parents and community members, who give up their time to serve on P&C and the canteen.

Narromine Public School - Phone: 6889 4566

Learning together, growing together.

Orana Heights Public School - Phone: 6884 9188

Orana Heights is an innovative school that provides a framework of excellence in all areas within a supportive, friendly, and attractive environment, fostering tolerance and respect.

St Johns College - Phone: 6884 3766

St Johns College is a community that finds life and truth in Christ as known in the Catholic Tradition. Students are encouraged to realise their potential for the betterment of society.