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  1. Mount Murga Walking Track

    If you’re reasonably fit, why not take on Mount Murga walking track? It’s a varied and attractive walk up the side of Mount Murga and along the ridgeline to the plateau and lookout at the top. From here, you can see the extensive open farml…

  2. Cook Park Heritage Walk

    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 tree…

  3. Athol Gardens

    Athol Gardens is a unique function and reception centre in a 350 acre estate near Blayney in the picturesque Central Tablelands of NSW. Specialising in wedding ceremonies and receptions and celebratory functions, it features a covered garde…

  4. Millthorpe Blue

    Clothing, accessories, homewares, cow hides and more. Unique treasures and handmade items from independent and local labels. Located in Millthorpe in the heart of a dynamic food and cool climate wine region, a centre for truffle production…

  5. Borenore Karst Conservation Reserve

    Borenore Karst Conservation Reserve is a scenic place to picnic near Orange. After a barbecue lunch, explore the reserve’s walking tracks and ancient caves. An inland oasis for native wildlife and protected species like the eastern bent-wi…

  6. Drayshed Nursery

    Drayshed Nursery is a boutique nursery, coffee and gift shop, 10 kilometres east of Blayney on a working farm and Poll Hereford Stud. With a distinctly country feel this nursery is one that is right on trend this season. Stunning resin …

  7. Orange Regional Museum

    Thirteen years in the making Orange Regional Museum is more than just a building. Orange Regional Museum will interpret the stories, cultures and places of the region, displaying artefacts that trigger memories, engage audiences and inspir…

  8. 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…

  9. Arch Loop Track

    The best way to explore the mysterious Arch Cave is on the Arch loop track. This easy walk starts and finishes at the Borenore picnic area, simply cross the footbridge from the picnic area and it’s just a short walk to the cave. Take your …

  10. Orange Botanic Gardens

    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 C…

  11. Hopetoun Falls Walking Track

    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 Conservati…

  12. Spring Glade Walking Track

    Spring Glade walking track is an invigorating way to reach the summit of Mount Canobolas. It offers a relatively easy walk and connects with several other trails in the area. Along Spring Glade walking track, you’ll pass through grassy woo…

  13. Lake Canobolas Reserve

    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 …

  14. Golden Memories Millthorpe Museum

    Golden Memories Museum is where heritage comes alive! There are historic buildings, fascinating history with memories of pioneering days, gold discovery and mining displays, and a huge collection of farm machinery. The Good Templars Hall h…

  15. 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 …

  16. The White Place

    Based in Orange NSW, The White Place brings you an eclectic mix of scouted contemporary and modern treasures for your home and life. What started out as an idea offering beautiful, unique, predominately white homewares, has since evolved in…

  17. Mandagery Creek Venison

    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.…

  18. Mary and Tex Curious Emporium

    The first thing you should know is that yes, they are Mary and Tex, married for twenty eight years, from Orange NSW with a love of all things beautiful in homewares, fashion and lifestyle. When naming their new business venture their three …

  19. Ophir Reserve

    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 Aust…