Police are investigating the theft of over 32 items from a property on the Newell Highway near Eumungerie.
It is believed the property was taken from the homestead and sheds between November 3 and 10.
Items stolen from inside the house include a 60" Samsung smart TV, two 'Big Red' light bars, a 240n inverter, two 'Big Red' round driving lights, two Waeco car fridges.
Items stolen from the sheds include a meat saw, a 'CIG' stick welder, 'King' chrome socket sets, a 1/4, 1/2, 3/8 inch drive, 'Ford' XR6 tyres, 12 volt diesel pump, a 'Makita' 9" grinder, a 'Makita' cordless impact drill, a trolley jack, LED cordless work light, 100L spray tank, and air compresser, two screwdriver sets, a 'Makita' cordless drill, two hand-held UHF's, 'Yamaha' skua generator, a four in one gen set generator, a 'Stihl' Whipper snipper, 'Victa' push mower, 'Stihl' blower, two loading ramps, a 'Stihl' farm boss chain saw, a D110 mower 'John Deere', a 'Syd Hill Baroo 'Poley saddle, a 'Broken Arrow Bronc' saddle, four rolls of hinge joints and 500 Steel pegs
Property was also stolen from two motor vehicles at the location, along with two trailers described as a 14'6"x 6'6" 'Boggie' unregistered trailer and a 8'x 5" box unregistered trailer.
If anyone has any information about this significant theft people are urged to contact Dubbo Police Station on 02 6883 1599.
Alternatively people can contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or email crimestoppers.com.au.
Police are reminding people information is treated in strict confidence. People are also reminded not to report crime through any NSW Police social media pages.