Welcome to Orange

Indulge your senses in the delights of Orange and the surrounding villages and towns. With a well-deserved reputation for producing food and wine, stunning landscapes and a fascinating history, Orange is the perfect destination for a getaway. Just 3.5 hours’ drive from Sydney and with easy access from much of NSW, visit for a foodie weekend or stay longer and hike in the scenic national parks

Couple cherry picking at Borrodell Vineyard Accommodation, Orange, Country NSW

With a high altitude and rich volcanic soil from nearby Mount Canobolas, Orange has been blessed with ideal conditions to produce cool climate wines. Boutique wineries make a variety of wines including award winning chardonnay, sauvignon blanc, shiraz and cabernet sauvignon. You’ll also find incredible regional produce, from apples, pears and exotic fruits to cheese, meat and craft beer. 

Group of friends having a long lunch, good conversation and smiles at Heifer Station Vineyard

It’s always a good time of year to visit Orange. In winter, cosy up in luxury accommodation in one of Australia’s snowiest cities, see the striking autumn leaves during the harvest, or enjoy the gorgeous cherry blossoms and annual Orange Wine Festival in spring. Each season has its own beauty and charm.

Passengers

Fly into Orange Airport

Orange Airport is 15km from the Orange town centre. Make the short trip into the city using the taxi services at the terminal or ride-sharing Uber. Alternatively, rent a car from the hire services available at the airport and explore the region at your own pace.

Qantas flies direct from Sydney to Orange four times a week and Regional Express flies direct from Sydney on weekdays. Link Airways operates from Brisbane to Orange (via Dubbo) four days a week and direct from Melbourne to Orange four days a week.

Getting to and around Orange

Orange Map