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Orange Regional Gallery

Civic Square, Orange NSW 2800

Orange Regional Gallery collects Australian paintings, drawings and prints since 1916. The intention is to build on the core strength of the Mary Turner collection - collecting only works that are perceived as fine works by artists likely to achieve importance in Australian art history.

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Mayfield Vineyard Cellar Door

954 Icely Road, Orange NSW 2800

Mayfields Icely Road wines are available at the cellar door, a charming 100 year old school house with a magnificent outlook over one of the most picturesque vineyards in the Orange region.

Mayfield Vineyard is one of the highest and coolest vineyards in Australia. The 100 hectare estate surrounds the historic homestead on the Icely Road leading to where gold was first discovered in Australia in 1851.

The original school house on the estate now serves as a cellar door.

The cool climate and low vigour soil induces an extended, gradual ripening period which allows the grapes to develop flavour and colour that translates into elegant wines of distinction.

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De Salis Wines

125 Mt Lofty Rd, Orange NSW 2800

Minimalist Winemaker, Charlie Svenson utilises 'wild' strains of yeast endemic in his vineyard to produce the De Salis 'Wild' range of wines including Wild Chardonnay, Wild Fume Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Noir.

Charlie's elegant wines reflect each unique vintage from his 'Lofty Vineyard' located at 1,050 metres on the northern slopes of Mount Canobolas. De Salis Winery is recognised for its Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and the St Em blends of Cab Franc, Merlot and Cab Sauvignon.

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Philip Shaw Wines

100 Shiralee Road, Orange NSW 2800

Philip Shaw wines express the ideal qualities of this region. Made without compromise the range shows pure varietal characters with bright fruit flavour, intense high altitude elegance and complexity.

Philip Shaw Wines are sourced entirely from Shaw's 47 hectare Koomooloo Vineyard. The fruit from Koomooloo has clearly defined varietal character that displays elegance, power and length.

Cellar Door is open 7 days 11am to 5pm. Groups of 8 or more by appointment.

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Heifer Station

1034 Escort Way, Orange NSW 2800

With respect for the Earth and a whole lot of altitude, the fruit does the talking - that's the Heifer Station way of doing things. They then add the love to create elegant wines you will want to enjoy again and again.

In close proximity to the region's highest peak, Mount Canobolas, Heifer Station vineyard spans 65 acres of red loam soils over limestone, rising to an altitude of 900 metres. In a wine region where altitude is everything, Heifer Station vineyard enjoys a near perfect balance of elevation and sunshine, perfect for growing chardonnay, pinot noir, pinot gris, merlot and shiraz.

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Sassy Wines

569 Emu Swamp Road, Orange NSW 2800
The cool climate Sassy Wines of Orange New South Wales results in a slow ripening and maturation of grapes that leads to flavoursome and elegant wines. At Sassy Wines they aim to produce excellant quality single vineyards wines. Production is small at 100 dozen of each vintage depending on the season. Sassy Wines are sold via this website and some liquor outlets and our pop-up cellar door operating regularly each weekend at the vineyard. Their long awaited cellar door is due to open in late 2014. They attend local food and wine festivals within the Orange district as well as external shows in Sydney for example the Hunters Hill Food and Wine Festival.
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Stockmans Ridge Wines

21 Boree Lane, Orange NSW 2800
Situated in the picturesque bush settings of the Central Ranges, Stockman's Ridge Wines have a vision of producing premium cool climate wines. Nestled in the West of Orange, the vineyard sits at an altitude of 780 metres. Their stunning tree lined driveway and new vineyard lead you to the relaxed and intimate cellar door where you'll discover wines that are a true expression of the unique qualities and character of the region. Wines with elegance and complexity, with beautiful balance and length. Serious wine lovers will find much to absorb them and much to discuss with Jonathan, Owner and Winemaker or the experienced cellar door staff.
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Canobolas Smith Winery

Boree Lane, off Cargo Road, Orange NSW 2800
Welcome to Canobolas-Smith Wines, a small family company making premium quality wines. Visit their eight hectares of vineyard on the northern slopes of Mount Canobolas near Orange, New South Wales. Enjoy a wine tasting and relax at the welcoming cellar door. The cellar door and winery is located 12 kilometres west of Orange on Boree Lane, just off the Cargo Road.
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Cargo Road Wines

1064 Cargo Road, Orange NSW 2800
Cargo Road Wines is located at 860 metres above sea level, on the sheltered northern slopes of Mount Canobolas, Orange in central western NSW. The vineyard was taken over by a trio from quite different backgrounds in 1997. Now a successful 16 hectare vineyard with a range of red and white wines, the signature varieties are Gewurztraminer and Zinfandel. A visit to Cargo Road Wines offers the cellar door for tastings on weekends, the possibility to stroll around the vineyard, have a picnic under eucalyptus trees, look in the art gallery and enjoy a light meal or coffee in the café. Bookings are required. Groups are welcome.
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Koomooloo Wines

Caldwell Lane, off Forbes Road, Orange NSW 2800
Philip Shaw Wines are sourced entirely from Shaw's 47 hectare Koomooloo Vineyard. Purchased in 1988 and planted in 1989 on red loam over limestone, this cool climate vineyard rises to an altitude of 900 metres (2,950 feet). Shaw's search for an Australian region capable of making classic wines with elegance, depth and bright fruit came to rest in 1988 when he discovered the undulating hills of the high altitude, cool climate region of Orange. This immaculately tended vineyard has already produced the Prix D'Excellence Chardonnay at the 1998 VinExpo in Bordeaux and the Best Red Wine at the 2002 National Wine Show in Canberra. The fruit from Koomooloo has clearly defined varietal character that displays elegance, power, and length.
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Bloodwood Estate

231 Griffin Road, Via Orange, Orange NSW 2800
The first wine grapes in the Orange district were planted on Bloodwood in the spring of 1983. Since then, Bloodwood has enjoyed continuing critical and wine show success. The vineyard is located on the mid slopes of a free standing, north and easterly facing headland comprised of some of the oldest soils on this planet. Visit the cellar door and try the quality cool climate wines on offer. You are welcome to make an appointment to visit Bloodwood cellar door.
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Hopetoun Falls walking track

Towac Way, Canobolas NSW 2800
1.8km (one way) - 1.5 hour - Hard difficulty Hopetoun Falls walking track offers a short but thrilling adventure for the intrepid traveller looking for solitude in a stunning natural setting. This walking track crosses one of the less explored parts of Mount Canobolas State Conservation Area. Though it begins at Federal Falls campground, it quickly diverges into snow gum grassy woodland as you move downhill, away from ... Visit website for more info
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Snowgum walking track

Mount Canobolas Road, Canobolas NSW 2800
1km (one way) - 1 hour - Easy difficulty Take an easy stroll through the snowgum forest of Mount Canobolas State Conservation Area along Snowgum walking track. It's a short walk that you can start at the summit of Mount Canobolas or from Federal Falls campground if you'd like a more challenging walk. You're bound to be impressed by the beautiful snowgums that line this scenic walk, their ... Visit website for more info
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Mount Canobolas State Conservation Area

Towac Way, Canobolas NSW 2800
The majestic Mount Canobolas is a dormant volcano that formed millions of years ago when Australia was sitting over a hotspot in the earth's crust. It is part of the Brigooda-Oberon chain that stretches 800km from southeast Queensland to near Oberon in NSW and last erupted eleven million years ago, spewing lava from the main vent and up to ... Visit website for more info
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Hedberg Hill Wines

701 The Escort Way, Orange NSW 2800
Hedberg Hill is a beautiful 5.6 hectare vineyard at Orange in the Central Tablelands of NSW, owned by Peter and Lee Hedberg. The vineyard is at 880 metres elevation and provides a wonderful view of Mount Canobolas (1396 metres) and Young Man Canobolas (1330 metres) - as depicted on their wine label. The winding Molong Creek below provides a pretty valley scene as it drains headwaters from the high country to the Macquarie River to the west. Hedberg Hill has a range of aromatic white wines (riesling, sauvignon blanc, chardonnay and viognier) and red wines (merlot, tempranillo and cabernet sauvignon). Peter Hedberg was the principal author of Orange Region Terroir booklet (2010) and has been a leader in the Orange wine region since 1984.
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Lake Canobolas Reserve

2 kilometres off Cargo Road, Orange NSW 2800
At the foot of Mount Canobolas is a large tranquil lake which provides a range of activities with the changing of the seasons. Features of Lake Canobolas area include picnic and barbecue facilities, large playgrounds, sailing boats and canoeing on the lake, swimming and fishing. On the eastern side of the lake is the Old Pumphouse which has been restored to near original condition after being disused for over 60 years. Lake Canobolas, previously known as Meadow Creek Reservoir, was constructed in 1918 to supply water to Orange. The Pumphouse transported the water from the reservoir to Orange. A walking track meanders around the lake and is a haven for native birds and other wildlife such as the echidna. The Pumphouse is open daily between 9am and 3pm or by appointment.
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Ross Hill Wines

134 Wallace Lane, Canobolas NSW 2800

Ross Hill Wines is a family run and sustainable operation established in 1994 by Peter and Terri Robson, with son James and his wife Chrissy now taking over the reins. The Ross Hill Vineyards are planted in mature basalt soils, at a high altitude that carries through into the iconic wine range of whites including Chardonnay, Pinot Gris and Sauvignon Blanc, and the BIG red styles of Pinot Noir, Shiraz, Cabernet Franc and Cabernet Sauvignon. Enjoy a trip in the country, drive down Wallace Lane and visit Ross Hill Wines' modern Winery facility and Cellar Door located in a converted old apple packing shed. Here you'll often find winemakers Phil & Rochelle Kerney hard at work and meet James Robson, who will take you on the Ross Hill journey.... stop by sometime. Ross Hill Wines is proud to be Australia’s first NCOS Certified Carbon Neutral Winery.

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Hillside Orchard

1209 The Escort Way, Orange NSW 2800
Hillside Orchard offers all local fruit in season, including cherries, strawberries, blackberries, boysenberries, raspberries, plums, mandy's, peaches, nectarines, apricots, as well as apples and pears for most of the year. The orchard has fresh figs in season from New Year to the end of March and locally made fig jam. Take a walk through the orchard and watch the seasons unfold; from pruning during winter, through the spring blossom, and harvest of fruit in summer and autumn. Hillside Orchard is located 10 kilometres from Orange on the Forbes Road at Borenore. Tour and school groups welcome. Coaches catered for by appointment. A full range of produce including honey and jams made from produce grown on their orchards is available directly to the public from the on site shop.
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Mortimers of Orange

786 Burrendong Way, Orange NSW 2800
The vineyard is named after a quiet street in the rural Humberside village of Burton Pidsea in the United Kingdom. The original street sign is "on loan" and adorns the entrance to Chestnut Garth Vineyard. Mortimers of Orange produces medal winning cool climate chardonnay, cabernet and a twin series shiraz. Chestnut Garth Vineyard is 7860 metres from the Orange Post Office hence the number 786. Follow Burrendong Way for five kilometres past the Orange city limits. As you approach the small village of March you will see their wine barrel mailbox on the right just past the March church and the old school house. If you pass Dawson Gates Road, you have passed the vineyard too!
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Ammerdown Historic Homestead

450 Mitchell Highway, Orange NSW 2800
Ammerdown is a perfect country residence that exudes quality from every quarter. It is a tribute to its architect, builders and its proud and loving owners - both past and present. The property is a large, single-storey house built in 1906, and set in extensive grounds. Tours are available, with a tour of the House and Out Buildings taking approximately 2.5 hours. Please contact the operator to arrange a suitable tour time.
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Bonny Glen Fruits

448 Canobolas Road, Orange NSW 2800
Bonny Glen Fruits are growers, packers and shippers of apples and cherries. The orchards are located at Nashdale and Towac Valley. The apple packhouse located on the 'Caernarvon' Orchard (Canoblas Road) operates five days per week from 7.30am until 4pm from March to November. The Cherry packhouse is at the same location operating from 7am till 6pm, seven days per week from December to early January. Bonny Glen fruit is sold into chain stores, wholesale markets and at the farm gate. They grow Fuji, Granny Smith, Red Delicious, Pink Ladies, Kanzi, Royal Gala and Braeburn apples. Bonny Glen Fruits markets its fruit under the 'BiteRiot' brand. Bonny Glen Fruit grow superior fruit because the properties that have been selected to grow the fruit on are of high altitude and rich volcanic soils and are nourished by fresh clean mountain water.
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Mandagery Creek Venison

334 Greening Lane, Orange NSW 2800
Mandagery Creek Australian Farmed Venison was established in July 2002 with a commitment to process superior, young Australian Red deer. A lean and subtle venison is produced that is an exciting, accessible and healthy alternative red meat. Farm Kitchen Lunches include a farm tour, brief cooking demo and relaxed three-course lunch. The Mandagery Creek Venison Farm Kitchen hosts a regular lunch on the second Saturday of every month. Just 20 minutes west of Orange, our Farm Kitchen is set in a large garden and surrounded by pine forest and paddocks - a great place to enjoy beautiful venison and Orange's finest local produce! The Farm Kitchen is a unique space for farm tours, lunches, dinners, meetings and cooking classes. Visit the Mandagery Creek website for more information.
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Orange Botanic Gardens

Yellow Box Way, (Off Hill Street), Orange NSW 2800
The Orange Botanic Gardens feature an impressive native and exotic plant collection. Officially opened in 1988 for the Australian Bicentenary, it has plantings ranging from the original homestead garden to newly developed displays. The Country Walk offers all the pleasures of a stroll through varying landscapes. Features of the walk include the original homestead garden, billabong, exotic and indigenous woodlands, heritage orchard including historic apple varieties, heritage rose garden set below the country church and analemmatic sundial (human involvement sundial). Located between the two billabongs set below the Country Church is the Federation Arch, a stainless steel sculpture designed by Bert Flugelman and donated to the Gardens and residents of Orange by the Orange Regional Arts Foundation. The Orange Botanic Gardens are ideal for a mid-morning stroll, leisurely afternoon picnic or an enjoyable game of bocce on the lawns. For a detailed brochure contact the Orange Visitors Information Centre.
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Greentrees Gourmet Preserves

6 Lysterfield Road, Orange NSW 2800
Farm Gate for jams, jellies, marmalades, condiments, butters and pastes made from locally grown fruit and handmade at Greentrees into fine quality, value-added products. Also made here are rich fruit cakes, plum puddings, apple products and scones. Entry and car parking is free at Greentrees. Bring the whole family along for a visit.
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Cook Park

Summer Street, Orange NSW 2800
The area of open space was reserved in 1845, the park was proclaimed in 1873 and in 1882, was officially named in honour of Captain James Cook. Cook Park embodies the changing colours of Orange. Summer's arrival brings gardens of stunning and vibrant, coloured roses. From February to April, hundreds of begonias bloom in the Blowes Conservatory and in Spring, a burst of colour arrives with masses of tulips and daffodils. This National Trust area is also home to duck ponds, swings (for kids), an aviary featuring predominantly native birdlife (for bird watchers), the Lattice Fernery (for everyone!) and for the craft lover, there is the Cook Park Guildry. However you spend your time in Cook Park, be sure to leave time to do the self-guided heritage walk. Brochures of the walk are available in the Guildry or from the Orange Visitor Information Centre.
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Cook Park Heritage Walk

Summer Street, Orange NSW 2800
The self guided walk will teach you about the origins of Cook Park, taking in the Park Guildry adorned with local arts and crafts and the original use of the German 'Whiz Bang Gun. Cook Park was laid out with straight paths and rows of trees, with much of the original design still in place. There is a display of Tuberous Bergonias in the Blowes Conserveratory from February to April every year. Cook Park embodies the changing colours of Orange. Summer's arrival brings gardens of stunning and vibrant, coloured roses. From February to April, hundreds of begonias bloom in the Blowes Conservatory and in spring, a burst of colour arrives with masses of tulips and daffodils. Take the time to breathe the fresh air and stroll around Cook Park experiencing the beauty and heritage of these gardens.
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Byng Street Local Store

47 Byng Street, Orange NSW 2800
Byng Street Local Store is an Orange institution. Known and loved for it's delicious food, excellent coffee and friendly staff, it's a foodie haven in the beautiful Central West. Byng Street Local Store also now run the function centre in Orange's beautiful Botanic Gardens. "Botanic" is a unique venue, perfect for special events - weddings, birthdays, conferences and intimate gatherings. With beautiful, rustic catering and stylish, modern surrounds that reflect the beauty of the gardens. Byng Street can also provide catering for functions and events at other sites and venues. You can have the Byng Street experience at a location of your choice! Byng Street creates catering full of the flavours and foods you love. You can also visit their newest venue - The Endsleigh. This little cafe packs a big punch, keeping East Orange coffee lovers happy from Monday to Friday.
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Anything Grows Nursery Coffee and Gift Shop

54 Summer Street, Orange NSW 2800
A large display of colourful plants are always on show. See the beautiful cyclamens during the winter months. Good lines of own grown stock lines in pots. Rare and old roses a specialty. A huge range of bare rooted roses and trees in the cooler months. Bright gift ideas with complimentary gift wrapping service and garden design service available. Relax around the plants and water features with a warm roasted cup of coffee, home cooked cake or light meal from the coffee shop. Spread throughout several rooms, are an amazing arrangement of gift ideas. Things for the home or office. Great ideas for your garden or courtyard with water features, pots, statues, ornaments, plants and more. There is always something available for that special occasion or perhaps just for you.
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Anula Healing

55 Kite Street, Orange NSW 2800
Anula Healing is a Natural Healing Centre with a difference and is an oasis of nurturing and relaxation with a rustic back to nature feel but with all the comforts of now. Massage, Beauty Treatments, Reflexology, Infant Massage, Herbalism, Iridology, Reiki, Naturopath, Counselling, Hypnotherapy, Theta Healing, Bowen Therapy, Nutri Energy Systems, Chakra Cleansing, Kinesiology and much more. Anula Healing is by prior arrangement, please phone for an appointment.
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Hawkes General Store

46 Sale Street, Orange NSW 2800
Thirty-two years ago a shop opened in Orange like no other - and stayed that way. Established in 1976 and originally named 'The Orange Spinning Wheel', the store became and has remained a front runner for retail therapy in Orange. Hawkes General Store provides a unique and ever changing shopping experience for both locals and visitors of Orange. With several name changes under its belt - 'The Orange Spinning Wheel', 'Fems' and 'Fems and the Kitchenhand', Hawkes General Store has been run and managed by the same family since its inception. Set in the quiet and leafy side streets, make your destination Hawkes General Store. Be spoilt.
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Essential Ingredient

145 Summer Street, Orange NSW 2800
Whether you're a budding home cook or one of the nation's top chefs, the Essential Ingredient will be one of your favourite destinations. With an uncompromising commitment to quality food, the Essential team scours the globe to bring you the best single source ingredients, a diverse range of books to tell you what to do with them and an array of cookware for any and all tasks in the kitchen. Their business is about inspiring great cooking, it's as simple as that. The Essential Ingredient continues to range some of the best quality food, cookware and culinary books available in the country with many exclusive products imported from all over the world. Each store also identifies leading local producers to ensure they continue to meet and exceed their customers' expectations.
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Orange Ex-Services Club

231 - 243 Anson Street, Orange NSW 2800
The Orange Ex-Service's Club has three great venues and eight function rooms to set the standard for enjoyment, entertainment, and leisure. Ideally situated in the commercial heart of Orange and only three hours drive from Sydney and Canberra, the club offers enticingly priced country fresh cuisine to suit all tastes. There are a variety of sporting options available including golf, lawn bowls, a heated 25 metre indoor swimming pool, tennis courts, and a gymnasium with modern exercise equipment. The adjoining Templers Mill Motel gives you the best of both worlds, providing the last word in comfort and convenience.
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Charles Sturt University Winery

Charles Sturt University, Leeds Parade, Orange NSW 2800
Established in 1977, Charles Sturt University Winery makes premium wines - from sparkling to muscat and red and white table wines. As part of Australia's leading wine science school they are at the forefront of viticultural and winemaking techniques. Come and visit the Cellar Door in Orange - located at the heart of the Campus on Leeds Parade. They are open Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Rated four and a half stars in James Halliday's Wine Companion 2013.
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Earth Spirit Natures Clothing and Giftware

Rear 200 Anson Street, Orange NSW 2800
Earth Spirit is a magical, relaxing and healing shop that sells crystals, incense, candles, jewellery, men's and women's clothing, giftware, essential oils, books, prayer flags, relaxation CDs, dream catchers, hand bags, tarot cards, wind chimes, greeting cards, ornaments and lots more. There are also psychic, clairvoyant, tarot readings available. Also available Earth Energy Balancing and Energy Healings. Also Meditations and Workshops now available on a regular basis. An experience to lift the spirit.
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Iglou

200 Anson Street, Orange NSW 2800
Iglou is the heart of designer fashion in Orange. Stocking labels from Sass and Bide, Tigerlily, Zhouk, Juicy Bear and Viktoria and Woods, Gorman and Rodeo Show, Mesop, Kachel, Thurley, Biviel, Samavara and Totem. So whether you are after a designer pair of jeans, Italian leather boots or ballet flats, bold stripes, lurex outlines, lace and beading, black jackets or super fine merino wool knits and dresses, Iglou is the place to see!
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A Slice of Orange

Shop 2, 200 Anson Street, Orange NSW 2800
Drop in to A Slice of Orange for a Bills Beans coffee, and take a gourmet piece of the country home with you. Regional providore A Slice of Orange stocks the largest range of locally grown and handmade produce in the area - an essential stop for any discerning foodie. Strictly sourced from within 100 miles, all goodies are proudly produced in the region. Browse gourmet delights including honey, olive oil, preserves, relishes, dressings, nuts, truffles in winter, seasonal fruit, venison, grass fed beef, boutique cheeses, saltbush lamb, terrine, pate, dips, Racine sweet treats and freshly baked Racine bread. Gourmet gift hampers, picnic hampers and gift vouchers are also available, so why not pre-order a Picnic Hamper, a perfect treat when exploring the region? Open seven days, or shop online for Australia-wide delivery.
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Kellys Rugby Hotel and Bottle Shop

133 Lords Place, Orange NSW 2800
Kellys Rugby Hotel is a three generation family owned hotel which lies diagonally across from Wade Park - the leading sporting ground in Orange. This is no ordinary country hotel. Kellys boast the only pub restaurant 'Mary Janes' in Orange to win a 'Schooner' award from the Sydney Morning Herald food critics. There are full disabled facilities including a lift for guests convenience. There is also one of the Central West's best drive through bottle shops with an intimate knowledge of the local wine industry and the best prices in town for local wine, spirits and beer.
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East Orange Heritage Trail

Byng Street, Walk starts from Orange Visitor Information Centre, Orange NSW 2800
The City of Orange was administered as two separate council areas during the 1800s. In 1912 the Municipality of East Orange amalgamated to form the Orange Municipal Council. The East Orange Heritage Trail explores this part of the city's history and heritage. For a detailed brochure of the walk, call into the Orange Visitor Information Centre. The walk starts from the Orange Visitor Information Centre and takes approximately 1.5 hours to complete.
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Orange Heritage Trail

Orange Visitor Information Centre, Byng Street, Orange NSW 2800
The City of Orange reflects a rich tapestry from the traditional Wiradjuri land owners, to the settlers, gold miners and commercial traders. Take time out to take a leisurely stroll around the streets of Orange and appreciate Orange's built environment. The walk takes approximately 1.5 hours to complete and showcases some of Orange's finest buildings. The walk starts from the Orange Visitor Information Centre where you can pick up a brochure about the walk.
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Factory Espresso

135 Kite Street, Orange NSW 2800
Factory Espresso is the funky headquarters housing a wholesale coffee operation, training room and cupping lab. Housed in old mechanical workshop, the heritage of this building has been kept where possible. At Factory Espresso head chef Nicola Salter focuses on fresh seasonal regional foods for breakfast and lunch. In addition to espresso, they also offer syphon, cold drip and pour over to expand your coffee experience. Fresh roasted coffee beans and the Factory Espresso hand crafted tea range is also available for sale.
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Word Of Mouth Wines

42 Wallace Lane, Orange NSW 2800
Word of Mouth Wines established in 2003, is an exciting collaboration between two neighbours with existing vineyards on the slopes of Mount Canobolas. Located at a cool 1000 metres above sea level. overlooking the township of Orange. The two vineyards share a common boundary, soil types, climate, and rainfall. One was established in the early nineties with traditional varieties of Pinot noir, Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Merlot and Riesling. The other was first planted in 1999 with Pinot Gris and has since added Viognier, giving a total area of eight hectares under vines, with a further four to five hectares to be developed. Combining the two operations made economic sense, and with the appointment of Lowe Family Wine Company as wine makers, there is a perfect synergy of aged vines, great cool climate location, traditional and new varieties, with passionate and innovative wine making.
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The Barracks Galleries and Studios

East Fork, 2B Peisley Street, Orange NSW 2800
Colour City Creatives Inc was established in 2010 in Orange, to give local creatives and artists facilities for collaboration, exhibition, shop outlet, studio rental, workshops and mutual support. The ever growing and vibrant group from the local area, produces art at the Barracks and in their private studios at their homes, properties and farms. From far and wide the art is brought in for exhibitions held jointly. The resulting collaboration weaves a wonderful web of visual stories and personal expression. During the local festivals, the artists throw open the doors of the Barracks Galleries and Studios to the public and you are invited to explore the studio spaces, see how an artist works, walk the corridors, look around the galleries, be inspired by the exhibitions. At other times access is by appointment, so give them a ring and have a creative look around.
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The Corner Store Gallery

382 Summer Street, Orange NSW 2800
The Corner Store Gallery is a brand new exhibition and workshop space, located in the thriving community of East Orange, NSW. The gallery showcases artists and designers from across all types of creative mediums. The exhibition space is bright and intimate and provides an exciting alternative venue for Orange's extensive arts community. The gallery will host a new exhibition every three weeks, providing opportunities for artists from Orange and further afield.
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Huntley Berry Farm

Huntley Road, Orange NSW 2800
Huntley Berry Farm is situated in the basalt plains of Mount Canobolas where you can arm yourself with a bucket and pick your own berry produce with over eleven berry varieties available throughout the berry season (mid November to May). Set in picturesque farm land, Huntley Berry Farm also provides visitors with ample parking, levelled grass areas with complementary barbeque and picnic benches, and an amenities block. It's a great place for a picnic, sitting under the shade of magnificent trees, with extensive grass areas for games and the farm's free ranging chooks foraging nearby. Your picnic fare can be supplemented with berry ice blocks from the shop which also has a wide range of gourmet jams, fruit syrups and vinegars available for sale.
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Ophir Reserve

Ophir Road, Orange NSW 2800
The first Australian payable gold discovery was made in 1851 at Ophir, 30 kilometres from Orange. Other gold fields soon overshadowed Ophir in size and richness, but to Ophir belongs the honour of being the first field where those very Australian words, digger and diggings, were first used. Today Ophir is a recreational reserve - a picturesque picnic and camping ground at the junction of the Lewis Ponds and Summer Hill Creeks. Evidence of old alluvial, reef and deep lead mines is still visible to those wishing to explore the area. Hire a gold pan and try your luck in Summer Hill Creek just as the early settlers did during the gold rush of the 1850s. Ophir has so much to offer. Camp for a night or two waking at dawn for an early morning fishing jaunt or tour a working mine that has been operating since the 1880s. .
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Orange Tenpin Bowl

315 Byng Street, Orange NSW 2800
Orange Tenpin Bowl has a great friendly and fun atmosphere. It has light weight bowling balls, ramps and bumper lanes for the kids and cafe facilities available. Open till late; even enjoy disco bowling - lights out, music up! There is so much entertainment, amusement games and pool tables; have a game of tenpin bowls; it is the perfect night out with your friends and family.
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Patina Wines

109 Summerhill Lane, Orange NSW 2800
Patina is a family owned estate nestled in the rich volcanic slopes of Mount Canobolas, near Orange. The passion and intensity that winemaker and host Gerald Naef applies to Patina Wines, brings out the best in the region's varietal character. His Patina Wine represents the complexity and elegance of cool climate wine, defined by nature and his personal signature. You can organise sunset wine tastings by appointment.

Orange and District Relay For Life

Waratah Sports Club, Orange NSW 2800
Relay For Life is a fun and moving overnight experience for the whole family that raises vital funds for the Cancer Council's research, prevention, information and support services. Relay is a chance for the Orange community to recognise and celebrate local cancer survivors, patients and their carers, to honour and remember loved ones lost to cancer and to raise money to help save more lives....
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ibis Styles Orange

146 Bathurst Road, Orange NSW 2800
ibis Styles Orange is conveniently located on the eastern side of Orange, just 3.5 hours from Sydney, offering spacious and affordable accommodation in a relaxed and friendly country atmosphere. The combination of 50 suites with off street parking, fully licensed restaurant and cocktail bar, and conference and function facilities has made ibis Styles Orange a popular stopover for many, including couples, families, groups and business people. Whether it be short term accommodation for leisure or business, a meal and a drink in the restaurant and bar, or an event that you wish to organise - give ibis Styles Orange a call to see how they can help you. Their professional and enthusiastic team look forward to being able to make your visit to the Ibis Styles Orange an enjoyable and memorable experience. ...

Black Sheep Inn

91 Heifer Station Lane, Orange NSW 2800
Black Sheep Inn is a 100-year-old shearing shed converted into unique and stylish accommodation on a farm just 10 minutes from Orange. Black Sheep Inn has five guest suites, all with heating, and two large living areas. It's kept wonderfully warm in winter with the open fireplace. There is also a self-contained, restored shearers' quarters, Whispering Moon Cottage, with two bedrooms and a living area with cosy fireplace. Black Sheep Inn and Whispering Moon Cottage are set in rolling countryside on the slopes of Mount Canobolas amongst cool climate orchards and vineyards. They impart an irresistible country lifestyle where you can meet the people, and taste the food and wine for which this region is renowned....