A small village under the local government area of the Warrumbungle Shire in New South Wales, Dunedoo is situated 60 kilometres north of Mudgee, 100 kilometres east of Dubbo and 349 kilometres of northeast of Sydney. The village’s name was derived from the local Aboriginal word for “swans” or “black swans,” which were typically seen in the lagoons of the area. Dunedoo also sits along the intersection of Golden and Castlereagh Highways with the Tablagar River running adjacent to it. The rural community has been touted as a scenic stopover en route to the surrounding towns with its hills and valleys, and an idyllic destination where visitors can learn about the village’s history the Dunedoo Local Museum, take a break at the picnic facilities of the OL Milling Park, or get refreshments at the historic Dunedoo Hotel. The town also hosts a number of festivals, including The Dunedoo Show held every February, which features rodeo-themed events and carnival rides; and the annual Dunedoo Bush Poetry Festival, a three-day event of bush poetry competitions, street theatre, puppetry and comedy, held in March or April.
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