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Welcome to Bulwarra


The natural ambience of Bulwarra is what make it wonderful. The are 360° degree views of the Orana Valley. It is quiet & peaceful being 15km south of Dubbo.

At different times there are many native animals in the paddocks including kangaroos, wallaroos, wallabies, echdinas, many different parrots, eagles, hawks, owls, black falcons, kites, doves, quail, sandpipers and a whole lot more.

Children have a lovely garden to climb on play equipment, trampoline, cricket, handball, table-tennis, ripper bike, scooter & ramp etc, while parents can relax on the verandah and watch.

We take being called homely as a great compliment as that is what we have wanted to create. A place families can come to wind down and relax without worrying that children need to be entertained. Children generally quickly adopt the place and entertain themselves.

Well socialized pets are also most well with inside accommodation is provided. You will need to bring covers to protect our furniture.

RV's are most welcome as our parking area is large.

There are stairs off the veranda (table & chairs) to come to the garden, games room, for self catering a kitchen (wood pizza oven, stove, extra fridging, dishwasher, sink, heater, extra hutch filled with cutlery, crockery, cooking utensils, pot & pans, bowls ect), and the main house (where I live).

The paddocks are rocky and uneven with many native grasses growing often with sheep and cattle grazing.

For you to continue to self-cater, on the veranda off the studios, you have a 6 gas burner BBC and hutch with everything you might need (plates, cups, glasses, cutlery, bowls, platters, cooking utensils, BBQ cleaning things etc).

There are many places to eat in Dubbo.


Guest access

Please use the FREE WiFi (outside due to the fire proof walls) responsibly so I can continue to share with guests. Code sent with booking and available on request.

Guests use their Studio, and have access to all other areas which are communal including the verandah, lawns, play area, games room, kitchen and wander around the farm. 

My dog and I have our private spaces in the main house off the kitchen and upstairs and we also use the communal areas.

Interaction with guests

Usually on arrival, I give a little talk explaining the rules, introducing our animals, showing guests their studio and communal areas, settling children and animals into our property. For many guests it is their first time on a rural property and often don't know what to expect. Rural life is very different to city life.

I am available from 9 am till 6 pm for guests and enjoy showing off our wonder place. 

Other things to note

Any, well behaved animal is welcome. Her/his behaviour will define whether she/he sleeps inside or out and can get along with other animals. You would need to provide all bedding, meals and needs for your dog. Also if the dog is likely to be on the beds or furniture PLEASE provide covering for those beds and furniture as others maybe allergic to your animal.

We do have farm and other animals in the house yard which contains the studios and house. Animals chasing our animals will NOT be tolerated. They need to be restrained. It is really up to your dog as to whether she/he needs to be restrained There is a fenced off yard that is available for you to contain your dog if need be.

We are happy to allow your dog to stay here while you are at the zoo if he/she is comfortable doing so.

The neighbourhood


There are wonderful natural surrounds, including a lovely view of the Dubbo countryside and town in the distance, games room and dogs and native animals for you to enjoy and relax in.

We have the conveniences of home in our studios on top of Raymond Hill Dubbo.

Getting around

Driving is your best option in Dubbo and Bulwarra B&B as things rural are more spread out.

Bring strong walking shoes if you intend to walk around the paddocks as there are many rocks, weeds and the sheep may tread on your toes.

Getting to Bulwarra B&B our GPS Bearings Google coordinates are:

-32.360362 S

148.610933 E

If coming south and through Dubbo, from the zoo entrance travel about 9 km along Obley Road toward Yeoval. Benolong Road is on the left. Travel 2.2km along Benolong Road and turn right into Bulwarra Drive. Travel 1.3km and entrance is on the left going up the hill (Right hand driveway).

If travelling north & coming from Molong, take the Cumnock/Yeoval turn off just coming out of Molong. Turn left onto the Banjo Paterson Way/Obley Road and travel about 45 minutes, and after going through Toongi (it is tiny so don't miss it) you will see Benolong Road on the right of a large bend.

Please give me a ring (0448 245 241) when you are about 1 hour out of Dubbo.

Please phone us on 0448 245 241 between 9am - 5pm for any further details or enquiries.

You can find Bulwarra Bed & Breakfast at 13L Bulwarra Drive Dubbo NSW 2830.