Food and wine in Millthorpe
Millthorpe has several fine restaurants and a wide range of accommodation that includes charming B&Bs and exclusive retreats. Located at the heart of a dynamic food and cool-climate wine region, Millthorpe is also a centre for truffle production in the State.
Classified by the National Trust, Millthorpe is 246 km north-west of Sydney. Take a step back through time at the Golden Memories Museum or enjoy a self-guided walking tour of Millthorpe, with local visitor information from Millthorpe Newsagency & General Store (which also has accommodation).
Drive to the rustic hamlet of Forest Reefs, a former goldmining village with historic churches and public buildings. At the Millthorpe Garden Ramble, you can visit 10 of the town's most beautiful gardens over a weekend in November. The Millthorpe Markets are another good reason to head to the town. Taking place on the first Sunday in April and December, the markets have more than 200 stalls with clothing and jewellery, toys, woodwork, second-hand goods and gourmet produce. Pretty Christmas decorations are a highlight of the December event.
Nearby towns in the Orange area are also worth a look.
Sunday 6 December 2015
Millthorpe Markets The Millthorpe Markets are held twi
Fly into Orange Airport
Orange Airport is located 15 km from Orange’s town centre. Use the taxi services to make the short trip southeast. Alternatively, rent a car from the hire services available at the airport and explore the region at your own pace.
Regional Express services the airport with various weekly direct flights to and from Sydney. For other major Australian cities, connect via Sydney for travel into Orange.
Millthorpe Railway Station. Image Blayney Shire Council
Entrance to Tonic Restaurant. Image Tonic Restaurant
Pym Street in Millthorpe. Image Blayney Shire Council