Navigate quickly




Day 1

  • Start your day with a coffee and a stroll through beautiful Cook Park, one of the most beautiful Victorian era parks in the region

  • A short walk from the park will bring you to our boutique retail shopping area around Byng, Summer and Anson Street

  • Enjoy a delicious lunch in one of our CBD cafes or Wine bars, a must-do for foodies!

  • Spend the afternoon taking in the latest exhibition at the Orange Regional Gallery and then its onto the Orange Regional Museum to check out the current exhibition Journeys

  • Make your way to one of Orange’s ‘hatted’ fine dining restaurants for some local wine and produce that will leave you wondering how day 2 could possibly top day 1!


Day 2

  • After a delicious café breakfast it’s time to jump in the car for a short drive around the Canobolas region. Head out on the Cargo road and take a left at Lake Canobolas Road.

  • You will find Lake Canobolas recreation area where there is beautiful scenery and fun for all ages! Take a walk around the lake and enjoy the mix of state forest and farming land, or bring the kids to the huge playground and lose yourself in the fun!

  • Time for lunch, head to the Lake Canobolas Kiosk or Tea house, for those looking for a fine dining experience, try Racine or Sisters Rock.

  • The afternoon is the perfect time for some wine tasting, Lake Canobolas road leads you around to Ross Hill Brangayne Colmar and Philip Shaw where you can sample some Cool climate wines of the Orange Region


Day 3

  • Start day 3 with a walk, head to the Orange Botanic Gardens and take in the award winning scenery. For those with kids the Orange Adventure playground calls, the purpose built playground and picnic area is suited for kids of all ages.

  • Drive out to Borenore Caves for a bush walk, the natural cave grounds are well maintained and have a great picnic area with lots of local birdlife for the nature enthusiast

  • Head back into town via one of the local ‘Farm Gate’ stores and grab some local produce, depending on the season you can also pick your own cherries, berries and apples.

  • For lunch there is an abundance of casual dining options for all tastes, as a Foodie region, there are options galore!

  • Finish up with a meal at one of our local heritage pub bistros, all with recently renovated dining areas you can have a chat to a local watch some sport on the big screen or join in on the local trivia night
Website powered by Bookeasy - Developed by impart media

@ 2014 Copyright Orange Visitor Centre