Things to See & Do

Dunedoo Museum


This is the major project of the Dunedoo Historical Museum, Incorporated. The aim is to preserve the history of the District and its people. 
It is located in the Multi Purpose Centre, 42 Bolaro Street and is open 10am – 3pm on Thursdays, and by arrangement.
Phone John on (02) 6375 1372 or Ruth on (02) 6375 1436


Talbragar Country Antiques


Huge collection of early Australian· furniture – restored and unrestored. A treasure trove of interesting bits and pieces, large and small.
Open 7 days 10am – 5pm; 62-66 Bolaro St, Dunedoo
Ph (02) 6375 1595


Dunedoo Arts and Crafts Shop


Locally made arts and crafts.· Gifts for all occasions.
Opening times 10am – 5 pm,7 Days
Located in Talbragar Country Antiques, 62-66 Bolaro Street , Dunedoo


OL Milling Lions Park
A lovely landscaped park and· recreation area that extends almost the entire length of the main street. Features a safe playground area, with sheltered BBQ & amenities. The western area of the street is home to a sculpture display of local birdlife and gardens designed by the local gardeners group.


Scenic Drives – 234 km loop
Coolah – Dunedoo – Mendooran –
Coonabarabran – Binnaway – Coolah


Starting at any point in this circuit· allows you to take in five of the six towns in the Warrumbungle Shire as a day trip or extended stay. After exploring Coolah Tops National Park, depart Coolah and head south east to Dunedoo, passing through Leadville where mining for silver lead occurred in the early 1900’s.After browsing Dunedoo’s wares, continue north to admire the murals of Mendooran’s and enjoy morning tea in the pretty picnic area or a cuppa at the local café. Then onwards to Coonabarabran. Drop into the Visitor Centre to find out about the area’s highlights including Warrumbungle National Park & Siding Spring Observatory. Return via Binnaway, stopping at· the Black Stump Picnic Area. In your travels keep an eye out for the Solar System Display on all roads heading towards Coonabarabran’s Siding Spring Observatory.