location 101-103 Edward Street, Coonabarabran , NSW 2357 Get directions
(02) 6849 1635
Coonabarabran Health Service consists of Coonabarabran Hospital, with an emergency department and inpatient beds, as well as community health services.
Health service information
View the Coonabarabran Health Service patient and visitor information guide.
Living and working in Coonabarabran
Coonabarabran is known as the astronomy capital of Australia, having Australia’s first and one of three only dark sky parks in Australia. A dark sky park has exceptional starry nights and a nocturnal environment. The township has much to offer including, hotels, motels, cafes, boutique shops, supermarket, restaurants and takeaways and a pharmacy.
Coonabarabran has a Modified Monash ranking of 5.
Coonabarabran is in close proximity to the Warrumbungle National Park and Siding Springs Observatory for star gazing, bushwalking and camping. Sporting facilities include a pool, sport and recreation centre, sporting complex and multipurpose courts, and multiple sporting ovals, all supporting rugby, touch football, softball, soccer, netball, cricket and many others, making Coonabarabran a great place to live and work.
Coonabarabran has a library, several preschools and childcare centres, two primary schools and a high school, after school care, girl guides, scouts and a TAFE college.
To get to know other people in Coonabarabran there are many community groups including an arts council, social club, fishing club, girl guides, Rotary and Lions service clubs, volunteer rescue association, Chamber of Commerce, mens shed, RSL Women’s auxiliary, Country Women's Association and riding for the disabled.
You can visit the community service directory.
Find out more about Coonabarabran.
Coonabarabran is 1 hour 40-minute drive from Dubbo which has multiple flights a day to Sydney. The drive from Sydney to Coonabarabran, via the Blue Mountains or the Hunter Valley is 6 hours.