Orange Area activities

  1. Word Of Mouth Cellar Door

    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…

  2. Nature Walking Track

    Nature walking track offers a glimpse of the full diversity of animals and plants in the Mount Canobolas area. Kicking off in a clockwise direction from Walls picnic area, you’ll see snow gums tower overhead beside candlebark trees, some of…

  3. Nashdale Lane Wines Cellar Door

    Their stunning, new cellar door, in the prime wine growing region of NSW’s Orange highlands, is now opened - seven days a week, 11am to 5pm. Housed in a repurposed 70 year old apple packing shed, the space is welcoming with a contemporary,…

  4. Boomers on Tour

    Boomers on Tour is a small group escorted tour company aiming for over 50's. They offer a variety of tours to Country N.S.W. and selected overseas destinations. Their aim is to experience life to the full. Their focus is to provide a …

  5. Orange Heritage Trail

    The City of Orange reflects a rich tapestry from the traditional Wiradjuri land owners, to the colonial settlers, gold miners and commercial traders. Take time out to take a leisurely stroll around the streets of Orange and appreciate Oran…

  6. Balloon Joy Flights

    Experience the magic and tranquillity of an airborne adventure with Graham, Jan and Anton over the picturesque Belubula Valley. Balloon Joy Flights will pick you up from your accommodation in Canowindra, at dawn when the winds are calm and …

  7. Byng Street Local Store

    Byng Street Local Store is on the corner of Byng and Clinton Streets, Orange. Serving delicious AllPress Coffee, T2 Teas and an extensive menus featuring local produce across breakfast, lunch, dinner and brunch on the weekends. They also d…

  8. Orange Regional Gallery

    Orange is a city rich in culture and contributing to its cultural prosperity is the Orange Regional Gallery. The Gallery's architects were honoured to be awarded the 1986 Sulman Prize for Architectural Merit. The Gallery collects Australia…

  9. Duntryleague Golf Course

    Duntryleague Golf Course is a championship 18 hole layout measuring 5,976 metres from the back markers. This historic club is situated on Woodward Street, only two minutes from the CBD of Orange and approximately 260 kilometres west of Syd…

  10. Anula Healing

    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, Herbali…

  11. Nangar National Park

    Nestled in the farmlands of the central west are the dramatic peaks and ridges of Nangar, which offers scenic views, bushwalking, birdwatching, camping and picnicking. Amid the wide open spaces of central west New South Wales, you’ll find t…

  12. Rowlee Wines

    Rowlee Cellar Door is nestled amongst the vines on the verdant foothills of Mt Canobolas, 950 metres above sea level – exposed to the cool climate and unique topography of the Orange Wine Region. The picturesque location provides the ideal …

  13. Mount Nangar Walking Track

    Mount Nangar walking track to the lookout takes you bushwalking through varied landscapes to scenic views over Nangar National Park and surrounding farmlands in search of wildlife and wildflowers. For the best view in the park, take Mount …

  14. Mortimers of Orange

    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 m…

  15. Goobang National Park

    Goobang National Park, near Dubbo, offers scenic views, bush walking, bush camping, picnic areas, mountain biking trails, and 4WD touring. Goobang National Park, near Parkes and Dubbo, is a central NSW gem. Whether you’re exploring the par…

  16. Historic Water Race Walking Track

    Historic Water Race walking track is a living legacy of Australia’s early and intriguing gold mining history. Intrepid gold miners made the track by hand in the 1860s, and today you can still see how water was captured and directed from Sum…

  17. East Orange Heritage Trail

    This informative walk showcases the architecture of what was the Municipality of East Orange during the 1800s. Highlights include Bowen Terrace, the Strand Theatre, Robertson Park and the Orange Railway Station. The walk starts from the O…