Orange activities

  1. Brangayne of Orange Wines

    Established in 1994, Brangayne is located at 970 metres altitude, on the slopes of Mount Canobolas. Known for its Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Noir as well as its signature Tristan (cabernet, shiraz, merlot) and Isolde Reserve Chardonnay, the …

  2. Mount Nangar lookout

    As well as giving you terrific scenic views across the farming country of central west New South Wales, spending time at Mount Nangar lookout offers a sense of the importance of this conserved area of bushland. The wooded hills and ridge ma…

  3. 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…

  4. Gosling Creek Reserve

    South of Orange, along Forest Road is Gosling Creek Reserve, an environmentally based recreational facility. The Reserve offers open spaces, picnic areas, barbecues, walking/cycling/rollerblading pathways and play equipment - great for cli…

  5. Ishvara Yoga

    Ishvara Yoga is a Hatha Yoga studio in Orange NSW. Classes include Prenatal, Mums-n-Bubs, Mixed Level, and Private Yoga, as well as a variety of workshops. Aromatherapy, Massage and Reiki are also offered through Ishvara Yoga. Located close…

  6. Orange Mini Golf

    Orange Mini Golf has recreational activities that the whole family will enjoy. They are open daily from 10am to 5pm. They also have school holiday specials and promotions so follow them on Facebook to keep up with the latest news. Br…

  7. Trunkey Bacon and Pork

    Trunkey is where you find all-Australian 100% locally-grown pork products, totally free from antibiotic and hormone treatment. Fred D’Souza, his wife Zanzie, and Zanzie’s Mum (creator of the popular “Mum’s Famous Sauces") Raewyn, their dau…

  8. Elephant Park

    One of Orange's most popular and scenic family parks with a playground, cycleways, barbecue and plenty of open space. Located on the site where visiting Circus' once performed, Elephant Park connects to Moulder Park via Blackmans Swamp Cree…

  9. Ross Hill Wines

    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 al…

  10. Summits Walking Track

    Summits walking track connects two of the park’s summits, Mount Canobolas (also known as Old Man Canobolas) and Young Man Canobolas, traversing a saddle between to two mountains and joining up with some of the other walking tracks along the…

  11. Silver Compass Tours

    Curators of charming food and wine travel experiences, Silver Compass Tours specialise in hosted and packaged weekend tours for special events to the cool-climate wine growing region of Orange and the Central West region in New South Wales,…

  12. Monument Vineyard

    An old sandstone monument stands on the corner of a vineyard, signifying the place where many years ago, Major Sir Thomas Livingston Mitchell began his explorations of South East Australia. The monument is a timely reminder of one man's thi…

  13. Verandah Cave

    An hour’s hike from Borenore picnic area you’ll find Verandah Cave, a large limestone overhang protecting large pools of water. Located near Orange, it’s a great destination for a weekend getaway or a stretch of the legs on a car tour along…

  14. 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…

  15. Taxi Cabs of Orange

    Orange Taxis have 30 modern taxis driven by local drivers. Wine tours are their specialty. They provide a 24 hour, fast and efficient service - including wheelchair, maxi taxi, courier and airport transfer services. Visitors (and locals)…

  16. Sisters Rock Restaurant

    On a glorious site, high above the bustling city and overlooking lush countryside, is Borrodell Vineyard, a country retreat amongst the grape vines - one of Australia's highest. Borrodell Vineyard is nestled in the lee of Mount Canobolas o…

  17. Cook Park Heritage Walk

    The self guided walk will teach you about the origins of Cook Park, first proclaimed in 1873. The walk takes in the original caretakers cottage which now hosts the Park Guildry, adorned with local arts and crafts. Learn the original use of …

  18. The Falls Water Falls

    Follow Central Mines trail to The Falls Water Falls at Summer Hill Creek for breathtaking views of the creek cascading down over two levels. The falls are lovely all year around, but are particularly striking when water levels in the creek …

  19. 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…

  20. John Lomas Skate Park

    The John Lomas Skate Park features bowls, pyramid jump, spine and grind blocks, box and rails - everything for BMX bikes, scooters, roller skaters, in-line skaters and skate boarders. This highly rated skate park is available during dayligh…