About the Airport

Dubbo Regional Airport (DRA) is one of the leading regional airports in Australia and is located 5km northwest of Dubbo on the Mitchell Highway.
The Airport provides direct return services from Dubbo to Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Broken Hill, Walgett and Lightning Ridge and is serviced by Regional Express (Rex), QantasLink, Link Airways and Air Link. 

  • Located 5km from the Dubbo central business district (CBD)
  • A taxi fare from the Airport to the CBD will cost you about $20
  • Operates 24 hours per day, with no curfew, 365 days per year
  • Serviced with Regular Public Transport (RPT) flights, charter flights, general aviation flight training and air freight operations
  • Boasts eight taxiways

Dubbo Regional Council operates and maintains the Airport, ensuring adherence to government legislation and regulations enforced by Air Services AustraliaCivil Aviation Safety Authority and the Department of Home Affairs.

Additional Information - Dubbo Regional Airport - Master Plan 2019-2040

Terminal Facilities

  • Charging Stations
  • Free Wi-Fi Access
  • Children’s Area
  • Toilets, including parenting and disabled facilities
  • Defibrillator (located on the wall at the Check in Area)
  • Free baggage trolleys available for use inside the terminal and in the car park
  • Café and Bar
  • Vending machines
  • Large screen TVs

Disability Access and Special Assistance

Dubbo Regional Airport has formulated a Disability Facilitation Access Plan. This plan aims to inform passengers with disabilities about the steps DRA will undertake to facilitate their access, as well as how they can aid the airport in delivering the most suitable service, such as providing relevant information before their journey. 

Airline operators at the Airport provide disability assistance. Wheelchair or mobility-impaired passengers must inform airline operators if they require assistance boarding the aircraft. Airlines have appropriate lifting equipment and elevators to aid individuals to board the aircraft, but they typically require advance notice, usually at the time of booking.

Other special needs, such as oxygen for breathing aids and medical equipment for other conditions, must be requested 48 hours before the travel date.

Airline operators stipulate special travel conditions for disabled passengers, which can be found on each carrier's website and through travel agents during flight bookings. Airlines typically require 48 hours notice for special assistance. For additional information regarding special requirements, please refer to the respective websites or contact your travel agent.

Qantaslink                  www.qantas.com.au or 13 13 13

Regional Express        www.rex.com.au or 13 17 13

Link Airways               www.linkairways.com or 1300 851 269

Air Link                       www.airlinkairlines.com.au or 02 6884 2435

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