Wondering where to live in Dubbo?
People who live here say that their friends are jealous of their views, homes and lifestyle.
Sitting on the western side of the Macquarie River in Dubbo, our newest release ‘The Outlook’, has views across the entire city.
More than that, Delroy Park has all the things you need, already here. New developments are notoriously ‘away from it all’. You don’t want to wait for your lifestyle to come to you. Delroy Park balances space and relaxation with a short distance to shops and other services like medical, dental and schools.
Delroy Park has been expanding over 20 years so that you can enjoy everything it has to offer, right now.
One of the most serviced areas of Dubbo
Within five minutes of home, you’ll find everything you need.
Duck into Delroy Park Shopping Centre for groceries, the pharmacy and more
Visit one of the three medical practices or your dental practice in West Dubbo
Join one of the two gyms in the immediate area
Walk along the Macquarie River and enjoy the Tracker Riley Cycleway
Watch your kids walk down the hill to Macquarie Anglican Grammar School - or drop them off at the nearby high school, primary schools, daycares or preschool
Relax on the 27 hole Dubbo Golf Course
Enjoy a meal or coffee at our local clubs, cafes and restaurants
Everything you need
Dubbo is known as the capital of Western NSW.
It’s the government and services hub of the region, meaning that there is excellent access to healthcare and other services, as well as a stable regional economy. This has created a wave of investment and a thriving business community, making Dubbo is also a great place to work.
There are 17 schools (infants to senior) across Dubbo, all easily accessible and with school bus routes from Delroy Park. Dubbo is also home to campuses of Charles Sturt University and the University of Sydney, School of Rural Health.
Delroy Park is a quick drive to Dubbo Regional Airport. Dubbo has the best air services in Western NSW, with regular flights to Sydney, Newcastle, Canberra, Brisbane, Melbourne and Broken Hill.
Look a little further
Spend an extra minute or two in the car and you’ll access the best that Dubbo has to offer - excellent restaurants and pubs, sporting fields, a variety of shops and the other essentials, like a diverse range of cafes for your coffee fix.
And, of course, you’ll be close to Dubbo’s biggest tourist attraction, Taronga Western Plains Zoo.
For more information about living in Dubbo, including information on jobs, culture, dining and sport and fitness, visit dubbo.com.au.