The trees submitted to the Ancestry website can be viewed on their beta site http://www.mundia.com/au/http://www.mundia.com/au/ - you just have to register.
None of them have a year of death for Charles, two have no place of birth, and two (which are copies of each other) are just nonsense.
Charles' parents' names and his age and place of birth will be recorded in the church register at Dubbo - the minister was required by law to collect these details.The information sent to the NSW registry was very basic and the registry did start to reconcile the church registers with their records but they did not finish the job.
I would contact the Dubbo FHS first as many societies have already accessed their local church registers, and if they can't help, enquire directly to the church.
The Society of Genealogists has microfilm of the marriage register for the Holy Trinity Anglican Church in Dubbo 1884-1935.
Any of his children's birth certificates will give his place of birth.