We visited the centre with our 5-yr-old and 3-yr-old boys. The visitors centre itself was quite small, but what they are doing in outback Australia is anything but small. It is amazing to watch the video showing the work they are doing and to look at some of the historical artefacts, if I may use this term, that were kept there. It was great to educate our two boys abt the importance of showing kindness to fellow humans who are in genuine need. It is a good reminder that despite of the bad news we keep hearing, Australia is an amazing country with a lot of compassionate people like the flying doctors. It was a bonus for our boys to see a small plane, that the flying doctors use, arriving with patients and departing. The air strips and hangar are just next to the visitors centre. The fact that the entry fees are $2 for adults and $1 for kids shows that they are not abt money. And the two lady volunteers were also very lovely. we are grateful for this short and yet memorable visit.
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July 1, 2013
When the Dubbo Support Group funded a new Medical wing at the Dubbo Flying Doctor Base we were given the old area to use as an Education Centre. It is small but it is great start. We have big dreams of building a much bigger facility in the future that will attract a lot of visitors to our very busy Dubbo Base.
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