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Dunedoo, NSW

This friendly, hospitable town set alongside the Talbragar River, is central to many Central NSW attractions including Western Plains Zoo and historic Gulgong.

Its wide streets, beautiful park and traditional buildings invite your curiosity.

Call in at the information Centre for “on foot” or “by car” local interest maps.

For a taste of local history, visit our museum located in the Multi-Purpose Centre or look for that special gift in the arts and crafts shop.

Close to Dunedoo, High Country Vineyard boasts award winning wines.

While you are there, browse through the pottery studio that features colourful Maiolica-glazed and wood fired pottery for sale.

Talbragar Antiques is sure to tempt those searching for a restored original treasure.

Or try a real country meal at the Hotel Dunedoo, where you will receive a warm country welcome.

Nearest Airport: Coolah

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About Dunedoo

  • Locality: Urban locality
  • Dunedoo Postcode: 2844
  • State: New South Wales
  • Region: Country NSW
  • Latitude: -32.01618
  • Longitude: 149.39584
  • Elevation: 393m
  • Population: 1221
  • Median Income: $27040
  • Area (Sq/km): 1500.739
  • Timezone: Australia/Sydney

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