In 1213 Terram de Dobra mentioned for the first time.
In 1271 castle Dobra was owned by the Geregye family.
The estate and castle came 1387 in property of the Széchy family.
The castle Dobra has been partially destroyed in an attack in 1469, which is also the begin of the Tabor fortress.
Stephan III. Széchy died in 1535 with no male descendants.
The marriage of Stephan's daughter Margaret Széchy and count Nicholas Salm and Neuburg took place 1540.
In 1565 the Dobra estate was owned by Mary Magdalen Széchy and her husband Ladislaus Popel-Lobkowitz.
In 1607 the marriage between Eva Popel-Lobkowitz and Francis I. Batthyány has been arranged. The Batthyány family became the estate owner.
Francis Jullok was a mortgage owner in the Tabor castle in 1690.
After the death of Sigmund I. Batthyány in 1732 the family estate has been divided among his three descendants. Dobra is taken by the Sigismunds. The Tabor castle enclosed to Dobra dominion again.
In 1831 the castle was owned by Louis Batthyány, the later prime minister.
In written source from 1836 the castle Dobra was described as old, solid castle.
In 1850 the governor of the Tabor castle was Johann Unger.
In 1861 the Tabor castle was the seat of Francis Batthyány dominion Dobra.
The castle Dobra was described as a ruin in written source from 1869.
Thomas Batthyány sold 1994 the Tabor castle to Andrew Coutinho.
Nature park Raab gained the Tabor castle in 1998.
In the year 2017 the non-profit federal foundation EFIS (European Foundation for Innovation and Social Responsibility) became the owner of the Tabor castle.