Weber Circus ready for plenty of action at Dubbo

For the first time ever Weber Circus is coming to Dubbo from July 12 at Ollie Robbins Oval.

Owned and operated by Rudy and Natalie Weber, the show features the theme of the ‘Wild West’, so local audiences can expect plenty of adventure, so saddle up and get your popcorn ready.

As well as the performing dogs, there will be miniature pony’s and the Gypsy cob horses, plus jugglers, death defying acts and clowns.

Win a family pass for two adults and two children to see Webers Circus

Owner Natalie Weber spoke to the Daily Liberal ahead of the show and said they were all really looking forward to getting out to the City.

“This will be our first time in Dubbo,” she said. “We just love coming to those country towns, the people are always really friendly.”

Each show will run for one hour and 50 minutes, with a 15 minute intermission in between.

Weber Circus has been running for 12 years, but this is the second year that the owners have run the wild west theme.

“There will be a western dance and whip cracking at the opening of the show which nicely blends in to the rest of the production,” Ms Weber said.

One of the must-see acts is the Wheel of Death which has no safety harness, as well as the Russian swing performers, Ms Weber said.

There are 12 performers in Weber Circus, who do a range of acts including the hula hoops and clowns.

“The Circus certainly has something for everybody,” Ms Weber said.

“It’s a great live production.”

To keep the young ones entertained before the show, or during intermission, there will be Tea Cup and pony rides, Ms Weber said, plus a coffee van for the parents.

“And the Big Top is heated, which is great for the colder nights,” she said.

The Weber Circus commences on Thursday, July 12 and runs until Sunday, July 22.

There will be a range of day and night time performances.

People can purchase their tickets up to one hour prior to the show at the gate.

Otherwise they can go online to book their tickets now, just head to

For any further enquiries please call 0448 247 287.