The Dalby Wambo region, situated in the heart of the Darling Downs, has its own distinct recipe for uniqueness. Blend together a welcoming atmosphere with landscaped streetscapes and diverse shopping, add rich agriculture (when it rains!) thriving business and growing industries, mix with varied educational opportunities, sporting clubs and venues, arts and music and enjoy Dalby’s welcoming country hospitality.
Located at the crossroads of the Warrego, Moonie, Condamine and Bunya Highways, Dalby is conveniently only a one-hour drive to Toowoomba, two-and-a-half-hours from Brisbane, and three-hours from the Sunshine and Gold Coasts.
Settled alongside the scenic Myall Creek, the town of Dalby prides itself on offering a quality lifestyle, in a clean and natural environment.
Surrounding the township of Dalby is the Wambo Shire -where the Bunya Pine grows and the Condamine River flows (when it rains!!)
With a population of 5,500 people, the shire takes in the towns of Jandowae, Bell, Kaimkillenbun, Warra, Jimbour, Macalister and Kogan.
Wambo is known for its rich black soils, strong agricultural industry (primarily cotton, grain and livestock) and for its emerging mining and energy industry.
The Zonta Club of Dalby Inc, Chartered in 1991, is active in the local community. The Club meets on the first Tuesday of each month at the Dalby RSL Club at 6.30 pm. If you would like an invitation to attend a dinner meeting and learn more about the Club and its activities please send an email.
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