The Dubbo Motor Bike Rally is providing the venue, to be known as ‘Bike Street’ (Church St) for the display of your rides 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.
The Castlereagh Hotel is on the Cnr of Talbragar & Brisbane St, Dubbo.
Centrally located & only 1 block from ‘Bike Street’, it has Hotel style accommodation, secure parking for bikes, generous pub meals and night club vibe with live entertainment after dark.
At the Old Bank Restaurant & Bar, enjoy delicious food and craft beer surrounded by talented musicians in one of Dubbo’s most iconic heritage buildings. FREE SHOW on both Friday and Saturday of the rally – Bo Jenkins, a Delta Blues style, 1 man band will surprise you with his skill and variety of instruments. 232 Macquarie St, Dubbo. 02 6884 7728 to book a table.
Built over 130 years ago, the Pastoral Hotel is located at 110 Talbragar Street in Dubbo, NSW, only a short distance from ‘Bike Street’ and the CBD. Our reputation for quality has spread far and wide, with many visitors making us their dining and entertainment venue of choice whilst in Dubbo. Call 02 6882 4219
The Commercial Hotel, just around the corner from ‘Bike Street’, will have some great live entertainment playing the songs we all know over the rally weekend. On Friday night, 10th May, Pete Riley will be doing a solo show from 8 til Midnight. On Saturday, 12th May, Brad Haling is playing from 4 to 8PM, with local band Greenriver from 8 til Midnight. Bookings for dinner are highly recommended on 0268824488.
We have secured sponsorship from the Taronga Western Plains Zoo for discounted entry for riders on Saturday 11th & Sunday 12th May. 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. A voucher will be required to use the deal, available to be collected from the DMBR Merchandise Stand at the Rally on Sat 11th. All the TWPZ asks is that noise is kept to a minimum and no large groups travel together to minimise disruption to the inhabitants.
There is also a great brekky available on Sunday too.