Plan Your TripVisitor Information Centres
The Orange Visitor Information Centre has so much to offer. The friendly and knowledgeable staff have all the local knowledge you need. Get updated on accommodation, dining out and award winning restaurants, local attractions, what's on, over 30 cellar doors and the best local shopping.
The Visitor Information Centre is co-located with the Orange Regional Museum in an award winning new building, close to the Orange Regional Gallery and Orange Library. Groundstone cafe is right next door.
The Orange Visitor Information Centre is also your one-stop-shop for regional produce, unique arts, handmade crafts and souvenirs.
From maps and brochures to itineraries and tours, the staff are here to make sure you have the best possible Orange 360 experience.
13 2018 - 11 Jan 2020
The Orange Region Farmers Market is held on the second Saturday of every month and showcases local produce strictly from the Orange region. Meet the producers and taste their fresh seasonal produce.
26 2019 - 25 Jan 2020
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.
Feb 2019 - 09 Jan 2021
Their Society conducts a Public Running day on our miniature railway located in Matthews Park, corner of Anson and Moulder Streets.
Rides commence at 1pm. Come and join them and bring the whole family. Rides for both adults and children. Cost AUD2.
07 Dec 2019 - 03 Jan 2021
The Lucknow goldfield was discovered in 1851. Located just nine kilometres from Orange on the eastern side of Lucknow, the Wentworth Main Mine holds its open days on the First Saturday and Sunday of the month. Stroll around this historic mining site and see relics of past mining heritage.
15 Feb 2020
The Molong District Historical Society invite you to join them for afternoon tea at Gamboola, to learn about the life of John Smith. John Smith purchased Boree Nyrang on the death of Robert Barton. (Banjo’s Grandfather).
15 Feb 2020
Hosted in the beautiful gardens of Rosebank Guest House, enjoy local performers bringing to life iconic Australian bush ballads.
Enjoy a country Barbecue complemented by local wines, beers and soft drinks available to purchase.
16 - 23 Feb 2020
Banjo Paterson’s Waltzing Matilda is known worldwide; many Australians can recite a string of his poems; and his work has been converted to song and theatre.
16 Feb 2020
Join Small Acres Cyder and learn how to make classic Aussie damper with a cider twist.
Make it, cook it, eat it, includes ingredients and cider tasting.
Two classes: mid morning and noon.
16 Feb 2020
Relax in the shade of the trees for free entertainment, poetry and bush music along with an opportunity to visit the Banjo Paterson, more than a Poet Museum. Enjoy the outstanding collection of history and memorabilia.
17 Feb 2020
Join the Orange and District Historical Society to celebrate Banjo's birthday at the Banjo Paterson Park. New in 2020, join them at twilight for music, poetry, stories about Narrambla Vale and the families that lived there.
19 Feb 2020
As part of the Orange and District History Alive series of talks, there will be An Evening with Banjo- his life slide show at the Orange Senior Citizens Centre.
Hear from author W. Benjamin Lindner discussing his book Waltzing Matilda Australia’s Accidental Anthem.
20 - 22 Feb 2020
Organised and run by the Rotary club of Orange, a barbecue breakfast will be available each day at the Civic Centre Southcourt with entertainment from local schools and an open mic for local and visiting poets.
20 Feb 2020
Join Heifer Station under the stringy bark rafters at the old woolshed for an open mic style Aussie poetry evening. Bring your poetry, pun or prose. Wine, beer and pasta available.
21 Feb 2020
The iconic Night Market with over 30 food and wine stallholders creates an outdoor playground in Robertson Park, and is fun for all the family. Kick back to the sounds of local musicians and poetry in the park!
Gold coin donation.
21 Feb 2020
An evening of light- hearted, humorous, irreverent prose or rap. Entrants must have written a poem that they can either read or perform which should go for 60 seconds. And enjoy a cold beer or two at the same time!
22 Feb 2020
Individual performances of original poetry open to students, novices and experienced poets. Beaut family entertainment!
Run by the Rotary Club of Orange.
23 Feb 2020
Join them for the Rotary Family Market to enjoy craft and produce market, kids’ activities, local entertainment and open microphone for poetry recitals.
Please note new venue for 2020 - Civic Centre Northcourt.
28 Mar 2020
The Orange region is a distinct and unique growing environment for apples. Join the Apple Ramble and enjoy apple based food and ciders as you ramble through the orchards in the scenic Towac Valley. Hosted by local orchardists, the event caters for all ages.
22 - 24 May 2020
Come out to the Orange region for their inaugural Rainbow City Festival for a bright and bold program of events over three days in May 2020.
31 Jul - 02 Aug 2020
Kicking off with a winter night market in historic Millthorpe Village the three day festival will showcase the best of an authentic country winter through a series of bonfire events inspired by the Australian cracker night bonfire tradition.
151 Byng Street
Corner of Peisley Street
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