See Saw Organic Wine highlights a commitment to sustainable and organic viticulture, showcasing the estate-grown fruits that are carefully nurtured to produce high-quality wines. The emphasis on minimal intervention winemaking shows a dedication to allowing the natural characteristics of the grapes to shine through in the final product. This approach often leads to wines that are well-balanced and reflective of the terroir. The opportunity to enjoy tasting platters with a magical view adds an extra dimension to the See Saw Organic Wine experience. The flexibility of the cellar door, offering both indoor and outdoor experiences, caters to different preferences and weather conditions. Whether indoors for a cozy and intimate experience or outdoors to bask in the natural surroundings, patrons have the chance to tailor their visit to their liking.
Macquariedale Organic Wines is passionate about crafting organic, biodynamic, low preservative, vegan-friendly, and natural wines. Their winemakers specialise in converting small grape parcels into the most delicious natural wines in Australia. In 2020, Macquariedale Organic Wines relocated from the Hunter Valley to Orange, NSW and established stage 1 of their vineyards at 1,100m above sea level, making it one of the highest vineyards in the country. Visit their cellar door, enjoy wine tasting with a generous tasting platter or picnic, and take in the breathtaking views over the Towac Valley. In the colder months, you can relax by the fireplace and enjoy the cozy atmosphere.
Orange Trike Tours, led by owner Mark, offers a unique and personalized experience for those looking to explore the Orange area. Mark’s commitment to going above and beyond means participants can expect more than just a standard tour. The emphasis on hidden gems and taking visitors off the beaten path is appealing for individuals who want a more immersive and authentic experience. Mark’s extensive knowledge of the area’s hidden gems ensures participants will have the opportunity to discover aspects of Orange that may not be widely known. Whether it’s exploring vineyards, delving into the region’s history, or enjoying local culinary delights, the tours cater to a variety of interests, making it a well-rounded experience for everyone.
Local Indigenous man, Gerald Power, founded Indigenous Cultural Adventures in September 2016, with a vision is to share the heritage and cultural knowledge of the region’s Wiradjuri nation with both visitors and residents alike.
“We wish to take the public on a journey about the First Nations People, and it’s about sharing our culture and heritage through experience of our country and the food that we have consumed and survived on for 50,000 years,” explains Gerald Power, Owner and Founder of Indigenous Cultural Adventures – Cultural Tours & Bush Tucka.
Printhie Wines, owned by the Swift family, is a member of the Ultimate Winery Experiences Australia Group and a 5 star rated Halliday winery located in the high altitude, cool climate Orange region of NSW. Printhie handcrafts the SWIFT sparkling range which is now considered one of Australia’s best.
The Australian National Field Days (ANFD) is the oldest annual agricultural exhibition in the country. Established in 1952, the ANFD continues to offer visitors a unique insight into the future of agriculture with the commitment to Advancing Australian Agriculture.
More than 600 exhibitors travel to the Borenore site (15kms west of Orange NSW) from all over Australia to display their products and services during the three-day event.
The Orange Chamber Music Festival is the new Art Music event of the Central West, featuring established Australian ensembles, domestic and local artists within a variety of locations, ranging from the concert stage to cellar doors and hatted restaurants.
Bella Spazio is a boutique salon situated in the heart of Orange since 2000.
Commitment, loyalty & dedication is what we aim to offer each and every one of our clients.
We focus on providing only the best Advanced Beauty Therapies & Cosmetic Treatments in tranquil surroundings.
Pioneering an unconventional tradition, Philip Shaw Wines celebrates 30 years in Orange. Their Koomooloo vineyard and winery is family owned, crafting cool climate wines of elegance by our 2nd generation winemakers.
The Cellar Door is open for wine tasting and sales daily 11am – 5pm. Philip Shaw can host your special event at our Cellar Door, Gardens, Butter Factory and Grounds, Winery or Vineyard.
Hard work, passion and dedication continue to be the key themes of Ross Hill, with the end goal remaining to produce exceptional quality and elegantly refined, cool-climate wines. Ross Hill Wines has been the proud recipient of an exceptional rating of Five Red Stars from James Halliday’s Wine Companion since 2014.
The festival caters for all ages and abilities, from a 2km dash for kids to a marathon along a scenic, fast, undulating course in the cool climate of Orange. You’ll enjoy a welcoming country atmosphere while competing for one of the largest cash prize pools in NSW.
Parkrun is for all ages and abilities. From beginners to Olympians. Parkrun is not a race against other runners, but a five kilometre timed run, jog or walk. It can really be whatever you want it to be, whether that’s for fun or as part of a training plan.
Proudly supporting producers only from the Central West region, more than 60 stallholders with freshly picked, grown and handcrafted produce for you to enjoy. Held at Northcourt behind the Art Gallery from October – May and at the Showground from June – September.
Established in 2003 by owners Tony and Nicole Worland, Tonic restaurant is located in the centre of the village of Millthorpe in Central Western NSW. The menu has a seasonal focus and showcases the best from local producers such as Mandagery Creek Venison and Cowra Lamb. Over the last eleven years the restaurant has regularly been awarded a chef’s hat by the Sydney Morning Herald Good Food Guide. Only twenty minutes from the foodie mecca of Orange and three hours west of Sydney, Millthorpe is ideally located for a weekend away to enjoy the regions vineyards and fine local produce.
Charred and charming. If you’re looking for a stellar dining experience out of the Sydney metropolis, then journey to Orange and grab a table at Charred Kitchen & Bar. This sensational venue has become a dining destination for foodies (local and out of towners alike). The menu has been inspired by various international cuisines and is designed to be shared. The focus is on using produce from the region and taking natural flavours to the next level with ‘Lucifer’ – a newly commissioned wood and charcoal oven that imparts a unique flavour. Hence the name Charred.
Heifer Station Vineyard is located on the volcanic basalt slopes of Mt. Canobolas. In close proximity to the region’s highest peak, Mt Canobolas, Heifer Station vineyard spans 65 acres of red loam soils over limestone, rising to an altitude of 900M. In a wine region where altitude is everything, Heifer Station vineyard enjoys a near-perfect balance of elevation and sunshine, perfect for growing Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, Merlot and Shiraz. Enjoy a wine at their atmospheric cellar door while the children enjoy meeting the farm animals.
The birthplace of the beloved Australian poet, Orange NSW and the surrounding region celebrate Banjo Paterson Australian Poetry Festival each February to coincide with his birth date on February 17, 1864.
Run by Bicycle Network, this is an opportunity to test your legs on the 70km, 100km or 170km routes among the pinchy climbs, rough roads and beautiful surroundings at this hidden gem of NSW cycling.
The festival runs over ten days in April, showcasing the region’s high quality food and wine, and celebrating the local farmers, producers, winemakers, chefs and caterers who have helped position Orange NSW as one of Australia’s most aspirational culinary tourism destinations.
Inspired by the Australian cracker night bonfire tradition, the Orange Winter Fire Festival celebrates Orange’s authentic country winters with bonfires, char grilled feasts, star gazing from both European and Indigenous perspectives and blazing Sunday lunches in country pubs, cafes and restaurants.
See the magic and spectacle as a fleet of hot air balloons take to the skies each morning and late afternoon in Canowindra every April, over an eight-day period at the Canowindra International Balloon Challenge.
Running over two weeks in October, the program features over 80 events including some much-loved favourites such as the Orange Wine Show Tasting, Wine in the Vines, The Vino Express as well as the highly popular Festival Night Market.
The Orange Regional Conservatorium’s motto is Inspire, Create, Enjoy. We truly value these words and our commitment to deliver music to the Orange community and beyond. Music has proven time and time again to be an amazing and healthy benefit to any individual or group. We have something for those as young as 18mths with our Early Chilhood Music classes to the 90yr olds who just want to sing and be happy.
The Sonic is home to three businesses – iglou, JUMBLED and Nimrods. With the perfect mix of fashion, homewares and coffee – it’s your favourite one stop shop! Join us in store for a coffee, the BEST soup you’ll ever have, a flick through the clothing racks and a browse of the amazing original artworks.
Homewares, lifestyle, accommodation & events in Orange NSW. Shopping in orange? Visit our store at 100 Byng St for all your fashion, interiors and lifestyle needs. wish you could stay at the white place? You can in our beautiful three bedroom cottage in central Orange.
Sweet Sour Salt is a casual dining, full service restaurant. Casual dining is not prim & proper. No perfect table manners are expected. You can be comfortable in your jeans and T-shirt, you can laugh loud, you can eat with your fingers. ts predominantly Thai, with a bit of Chinese, Vietnamese, Malaysian and the odd french/Asian fusion or other unconventional South-east Asian creation.
The picturesque location provides the ideal way to enjoy Rowlee’s single vineyard, handcrafted wines. The family run, boutique vine, wine and cellar door operation offers many experiences to immerse yourself in the beautiful Orange region.Rowlee Wines are harvested by hand and crafted in small batches with the aim to make absolutely delicious wine under the philosophy of minimal intervention and sustainable methods.
Swinging Bridge provides an unique sit down cellar door experience in the Orange region. They specialise in premium Chardonnay and Pinot Noir as well as their experimental wines that quickly sell out. The Cellar door has one of the best views of Mount Canobolas in the district.
Established in 2018 is Oranges first and only modernised Japanese Restaurant. A great place to dine and drink combining an intriguing and cosy atmosphere with dishes based on Japanese cooking techniques, ingredients and sauces with a modernised flare, utilising local Australian ingredients.
Serving delicious All Press Coffee, T2 Teas and an extensive menus featuring local produce across breakfast, lunch, dinner and brunch on the weekends. The café with the red door has become an Orange institution, known and loved for its delicious food, excellent coffee and friendly staff. It is a foodie haven in the beautiful Central West that is open from 7am daily serving breakfast and lunch.
Eclectic Orange is a mix of new and second hand furniture, home decor, clothing and accessories. If you’re into funky and retro, vintage or industrial, Eclectic is the place to go. Maybe you’d like to find a one off piece, or you’re intrigued by unusual items.
Our Curious Emporium was built off the back of our long term success that was House in Orange for 10 years. We have created a unique furniture, homewares and lifestyle store offering interior home and decorating ranges as well as fashion and gift solutions. We are always in and out of warehouses and showrooms, searching for new and unique pieces.
Hartfords Menswear; offering the best in high end men’s fashion. Clothing to compliment your lifestyle, for everyday and every special occasion.
Originally named ‘The Orange Spinning Wheel’, Hawkes General Store has grown in size and scope over the years, however our mission has remained the same, ‘to provide an exciting and ever changing shopping experience for locals and visitors to Orange NSW and now we can happily extend the experience to everyone in and out of our hometown! Sourcing products from around the world, we have built a reputation of always stocking unique pieces, whether they be from big reputable brands or smaller boutique suppliers, we always have an eye out for products that are high quality, beautiful and sometimes even a little bit whacky.
The Gallery collects Australian contemporary paintings and prints. It also specialises in jewellery, ceramics and clothing. Since opening in 1986 the Gallery has established a reputation as one of the finest regional art museums in Australia. It continues to be one of the best patronised and busiest regional galleries in Australia, holding around 30 exhibitions annually.
Nestled in the heart of Orange within its cultural and museum precinct, you will find Groundstone, with its contemporary feel, Scandinavian and modern design. Open 7 days a week, Groundstone offers breakfast and lunch during the week and brunch over weekends.
Mr Lim is a perfect fusion of Korean, Chinese and Australian cuisine. Using local produce where possible, Mr Lim creates high quality food using influences from Chinese and Korean barbecue style food. The food is fresh, delicious and served in a vibrant atmosphere in a stylish space.
Housed in a carefully preserved heritage building, Ferment the Orange Wine Centre, has a sleek contemporary European interior emphatically announcing that the Orange wine scene has arrived. Traditionally a more boutique region than some of Australias major wine producing belts, Orange has retained its historic charm and interest while quietly benefiting from modern wine making methods.
Nashdale Lane vineyard is situated in the highlands of Orange on 60 acres of prime wine growing land at the foot of Mount Canobolas. The iconic Mount (as the locals call it), is an extinct volcano responsible for the fertile, basalt-rich soil that enables the vineyard to produce its premium, delicate, cool climate wines.
De Salis is a small, family winery located at an altitude of 1050m on the northern slope of Mt Canoboloas on our, Lofty Vineyard in the cool climate region of Orange. Our handcrafted wines are produced using the classic French varieties, Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Pinot Meunier.
Where the journey began and the home for cracking espresso or perhaps a light breakfast. Once the Bill’s Beans home base, and where they first began roasting coffee, the cafe is now under the direction of the talented Carlie Beer and Ricky Carver.
Enjoy delicious light meals and, of course, coffee.
Established in 1994, Brangayne of Orange is a family owned vineyard that has been producing distinctive cool climate wines from its high elevation location for over 20 years. Specialising in Sauvignon Blanc, Riesling, Pinot Grigio, and Pinot Noir, Brangayne is known for its signature Tristan blend (Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz, Merlot) and Isolde Reserve Chardonnay.
Experience Angullong Wines at the charming cellar door on Victoria Street in the historic village of Millthorpe. Taste the most divine range of wines in the region and learn more about these picturesque vineyards. Angullong Cellar Door offer their full range of wines for tastings, including a number of Cellar Door only wines.
Orange Civic Theatre offers a diverse annual program including many local, national and international touring productions. The 502 seat auditorium is a professional, user-friendly space with a raked, continental seating plan. Outlined by a traditional proscenium arch, the stage is equipped to suit most technical requirements.