Relish the tranquillity and comfort at Walls Court
Laze on the veranda observing the birds in the garden while children have fun feeding chooks, gathering eggs and patting the friendly dogs. A great place top stay for families and if you’re visiting the Dubbo Zoo where the owners were volunteer guides for over sixteen years.
Neil and Nancy are both from farming families with Neil originally from the Riverina and Nancy from rural Victoria.
Walls Court is named after Neil’s grandfather’s home in England. They have spent over thirty years farming north of Dubbo and both spent many years as volunteer guides at Taronga Western Plains Zoo.
Things to do
Relish the tranquillity and comfort of your Walls Court suite as you laze on the veranda observing the birds in the garden. At Walls Court, learn a new craft by making a pair of silver earrings for a small additional cost. Watch the joy your children have feeding sheep and chooks and gathering eggs. Gain more from your visit to Western Plains Zoo; your hosts are volunteer zoo guides. Other attractions nearby area:
There are Zoo packages on offer. Theatre Packages are also available. Revel in crowd-free shopping precincts. Explore attractions yourself or take advantage of our familiarity with the area. Your pet is welcome by arrangement. Learn a new craft by making a pair of silver earrings for a small additional cost. Use this as the start of your outback experience.
- Western Plains Zoo
- Royal Flying Doctor Service
- Visitors Centre Dubbo
- Theatre and Convention Centre
- Red Earth Estate Winery
- Dundullimal, the oldest slab house in Australia
- Dubbo Farmers’ Markets 1st and 3rd Saturday each month
- Old Dubbo Gaol
- Western Plains Cultural Centre
- Garling Gallery
- Bill O’Shea’s Gallery
- Dubbo Arts and Crafts
- Retail Therapy
Approximately 12 km south of Dubbo on the same road as the Western Plains Zoo entrance – a great starting place for your outback experience. From the West Dubbo Roundabout take the Newell Highway heading South towards Parkes, turn left onto the Obley Road (the same road as the zoo entrance), 6.6 km.
Turn right into Belmont Road, half a km. left into Belgravia Road, 2 km.
Left into Belgravia Heights Road. We are the last gate on the left (1.1km.)
There are many different routes that can be taken when driving from any of the capital cities to Dubbo. The following is an overview of the routes from Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide that may help you in planning your Outback Beds experience.
|Brisbane||Warrego Hwy <> Newell Highway: Distance = 850km approx||850km|
|Sydney||Western Freeway <> Castlereagh Highway:||405km|
|Melbourne||Hume Highway <>Newell Highway||832km|
|Adelaide||Sturt Highway <> Newell Highway||1,163km|
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