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The Dubbo Motor Bike Rally is providing the venue, to be known as ‘Bike Street’ (Talbragar St) to display your ride over the weekend.

Local venues (Clubs, Hotels, Restaurants) are currently working through their schedules and making bookings to provide entertainment for Riders over the weekend.

If you would like to know more about what is on in Dubbo, please browse the Dubbo Regional Council Events Calendar, the Tourist Information website, or the Whats on in Dubbo Facebook page.

The Castlereagh Hotel is on the Cnr of Talbragar & Brisbane St, Dubbo. Centrally located on ‘Bike Street’, it has Hotel style accommodation, secure parking for bikes, generous pub meals and night club vibe with live entertainment after dark. Now with the Rally moving to Talbragar St in 2020, they will be in the thick of it, with live music and all things bike happening during the Rally as well as bands on Friday & Saturday nights of the Rally. Give them a call on 0268824877 to book a table.

The Dubbo RSL Club are on board again for 2020 and will no doubt have the entertainment you grew up with for Friday and Saturday nights. Give them a call to book tickets on 02 6882 4411.

Built over 130 years ago, the Pastoral Hotel is right in the middle of ‘Bike Street’ for the 2020 Rally. They are organising some great entertainment for the weekend and have fantastic food and cocktail menu’s in their refurbished restaurant and bars. Call in & support our sponsors.

We have secured sponsorship from the Taronga Western Plains Zoo for discounted entry for riders on Friday, Saturday and Sunday of the Rally weekend. For those planning on visiting and riding around the 5km circuit of the Zoo, you will now be able to take advantage of the 50% discount on offer, now $24 per Adult for a 2 day pass. All the TWPZ asks is that noise is kept to a minimum and no large groups travel together to minimise disruption to the inhabitants. 
Just mention at the gate that you are visiting for the Rally and be on your bike of course!

In 2019 we were ‘lucky’ to have seen the return to Dubbo of the ‘Merlin’, the 5000cc motorcycle, built out of 2 cylinders from a Rolls Royce Merlin V12 warplane engine, by former Dubbo resident and engineer, Lucky Keiser. 

We can confirm that Lucky will be at the Rally again in 2020 as a guest of the Dubbo City Car Club Inc.

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