Orange, a city in New South Wales, is located west of Sydney and is well known for its fruit-growing ability. In addition to produce, the region is a notable winemaking area; visitors will discover numerous wineries and vineyards, as well as natural attractions such as Mount Canobolas, to explore. In the city, there are many historic homes and buildings to gaze upon while traversing through this heavenly holiday in Australia.
- Orange Regional Art Gallery
- Kangaroobie Mansion
- 25 Cellar Doors
- Spend the day at Lake Canobolas
- See the Federal Falls near Orange
- Walk about the Lucknow Historic Village
Orange has a temperate climate with cold winters and cool summers; rainfall is distributed evenly throughout the year and measures in at 835 mm. December through February (summer) has averages of around 24°C. As for June through August (winter), the temperatures drop to about 9°C, which aids in cool-weather wine production for the area.
Getting There & Around
Flights to town come into the Orange Airport located south of the city in Huntley. Situated on the Mitchell Highway, the city is linked to Molong, Wellington, Dubbo, Bourke and Bathurst, and from there to Sydney via the Great Western Highway.
With such easy accessibility, visitors can take buses or rental cars to reach their accommodations and get about the area. There are also two railway stations that run to various locations such as Broken Hill and Perth.