The Westview is located on a safe, rural ten acres on the quietest highway passing through Dubbo. Being situated on the western side of town, you are more than likely to witness some of the spectacular sunsets the West has to offer, not to mention breathtaking star filled night skies. For photo buffs there is an old drive-in theatre located across the road that makes for some interesting subject matter, and just a short stroll away through some open fields is the best view of Dubbo lit up at night you’ll find.
All this and we remain only a short drive away from all the most popular tourist attractions and transportation hubs.
Airport – 3 minutes
Dubbo’s Main Street – 3.5 minutes
Dubbo Zoo – 5 minutes
John Oxley was the first person to note the rich potential of the area – known today as Dubbo – for grazing and agriculture in 1817. But it wasn’t until 1849 that the area was proclaimed the ‘Village of Dubbo’. Officially named a town in 1872 and a city in 1966, Dubbo has since become home to almost 40,000 people.
Dubbo is perfect for recreational activities like fishing, shopping, barbecues, camping and alfresco dining. Located in the heart of NSW, and is on the intersection of major routes for road, rail and air transport.
Dubbo is surrounded by several villages, including Brocklehurst, Ballimore, Wongarbon, Elong Elong, Toongi and Eumungerie, and hosts sporting, agriculture and social events for the region at top facilities such as the Dubbo Showground, Civic Centre, Apex Oval and Victoria Park.
With more than 25 tourist attractions and activities, the City offers a range of outdoor activities from bird watching to canoeing or kayaking down the scenic Macquarie River.