The glass-forming ability, thermal stability and magnetic properties of the Nd60-xDyxFe30Al10 (x=0, 2, 5) bulk amorphous alloys were investigated by x-ray diffraction (XRD), differential scanning calorimetry (DSC), scanning electron microscope (SEM) and the vibrating sample magnetometer (VSM). The results show that the glass forming ability of the Nd60-xDyxFe30Al10 (x=0, 2, 5) alloys decrease with increasing Dy content. The as-cast Nd60-xDyxFe30Al10 (x=0, 2, 5) alloys show hard magnetic behavior at room temperature. With increasing Dy content, the intrinsic coercivity of the alloys increase significantly while the saturation magnetization and remanence of the alloys decrease monotonously. With increasing annealed temperature, the intrinsic coercivity of the Nd55Fe30Al10Dy5 alloy decreased significantly, while the saturation magnetization and remanence decrease monotonously. The Nd55Fe30Al10Dy5 alloy shows soft magnetic behavior after annealed at 773K for 30 min.