You will be spoilt for choice when eating out in Orange.
With a thriving café culture, fabulous casual dining and wonderful (hatted) options for fine dining, you are certain to find a venue to suit your needs.
The fresh food retailed in Orange is also high quality, local and excellent value.
It can be found on numerous local menus and can be sourced at the Farmers' Market, local butchers and fruit and vegetable shops.
Orange is home to some of Australia’s leading cool climate wines with shiraz and chardonnay attracting the interest of wine makers from around the world.
The region is ideal for grape growing and winemaking because of the combination of geology, soils, climate and temperature.
Together these factors combine to produce grapes and wine of distinct flavour and colour.
Visit one of the numerous cellar doors, sample the produce and talk to the maker.
SEE & DO
Natural attractions are numerous in Orange including the Mount Canobolas Conservation Area, Ophir Gold Fields, Lake Canobolas, Gosling Creek and Borenore Caves Reserves.
Orange and the surrounding region is home to a range of historical, cultural and arts based attractions and activities including an active Conservatorium of Music, Civic Theatre and Regional Art Gallery and Museum.
You will also find three golf clubs, one of which is regarded as the best in country NSW and a wide range of specialty shops and services.