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Discovered in 1817 Wellington has long been known for its rich history and breathtaking natural beauty. Nestled in the foothills of the Mount Arthur Reserve where the Bell and Macquarie Rivers meet, this charming town is a bona fide nature lover’s paradise.replacenewlinereplacenewlineThe wonder underground / Australia’s prehistoric past is within reach at the incredible Wellington Caves. Unearth the mysteries of megafauna that once roamed the land and find out what those miners were up to 100 years ago in the Phosphate Mine. Marvel at the 15m tall stalagmite in the Cathedral Cave and the delicate dripping stalactites in the Gaden Cave.

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Community Services  


Dubbo Visitor Information Centre
Corner Newell Highway, Macquarie Street,
DUBBO NSW 2830

Dubbo Regional Council NSW
Corner of Church and Darling streets,
DUBBO NSW 2830

Wellington Police Station NSW
21 Maughan Street,
WELLINGTON NSW 2820

Dubbo Hospital
Myall Street,
DUBBO NSW 2830

Macquarie Regional Library NSW
Corner Percy And Maughan Street,
WELLINGTON NSW 2820

Geurie Swimming Pool NSW
Wellington Street,
GEURIE NSW 2818

Location Information 

  • Elevation: 305 m
  • Population: 4,077
  • State electorate(s): Dubbo
  • Federal Division(s): Parkes
  • Population information is based on 2016 Census data.

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Travel To  

Canowindra NSW 2804 (129 km, 1 hr 27 mins)
Dubbo NSW 2830 (51 km, 35 mins)
Orange NSW 2800 (94 km, 1 hr 8 mins)

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Wellington NSW is located on the following Aboriginal nation country/countries.

Wiradjuri

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