Dubbo is the industrial and commercial heart of NSW’s Central West region. Perhaps best known for its famous Western Plains Zoo, Dubbo also offers superb scenery, great wineries and heritage villages, as well as a vast array of recreational and sporting facilities.
CSU’s Dubbo Campus is only minutes from the city centre and provides a small and welcoming study environment. The Explorer’s Café on campus provides a great place to socialise and relax, or if you are looking for something more active to do in your spare time, there is also a gymnasium and other sporting facilities on campus. Plus, it's even more convenient to study at CSU in Dubbo now that almost all classes take place between Tuesday and Thursday each week – making it easier to plan your study around your other commitments.
Phone: (02) 6885 7300
Facsimile: + 61 2 6885 7301
Campus postal address:
Locked Bag 49
DUBBO NSW 2830
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|Temperature||Average max in Summer: 33 degrees Celsius
Average max in Winter: 17 degrees Celsius
|Recreation||There are numerous tennis courts, golf courses, the Dubbo Aquatic Leisure Centre, gymnasiums, ten pin bowling, skate park, indoor sporting complex and indoor basketball stadium|
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Dubbo the City
Dubbo is one of Australia's booming inland cities. The industrial and commercial heart of NSW's central west, Dubbo has superb scenery, wineries, heritage villages and much more. Plus, the Western Plains Zoo, Australia's remarkable open range, breeding zoo is only a short drive from the city centre.
History of CSU in Dubbo
At the December 1991 meeting of the Charles Sturt University Board of Governors, it was announced that a University - TAFE Centre was to open in Dubbo in February 1992 to provide teaching and other facilities for distance education students.