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With a rich history in the arts and a flourishing cultural scene, the region has become a major creative hub with impressive arts facilities including museums, galleries, theatres, live music venues and the Orange Regional Conservatorium.

Ada's Place

Now in her 90's Ada has been working successfully as an artist for nearly 70 years. She has travelled the globe inspired and inspiring with her art. She has exhibited in Australia, America and Greece.

Age Of Fishes Museum

The Age of Fishes Museum is located in Canowindra in the heart of the beautiful Central West of NSW and is the #1 tourist attraction in the Canowindra area. It is located on the edge of town in a flat and accessible area with easy parking.
 
Opening Hours
Daily 10:00 am to 4:00 pm

Animals on Bikes

Animals on Bikes is a 120 kilometre paddock art sculpture trail displaying 111 two metre high structures (and some smaller letterboxes) on the back road from Molong to Cumnock to Yeoval to Dubbo Zoo.

Artwork Orange

Artwork Orange is a collaboration of two local art lovers that have created a space to showcase the beautiful works of local artists and artisans.

Banjo Paterson: More than a Poet Museum

One of Australia's most famous sons, Andrew Barton 'Banjo' Paterson, was born in Orange, before returning with his parents to the family property Buckinbah, at Yeoval.

Canowindra Historical Society Museum

The Canowindra Historical Museum depicts the development of Canowindra from the 1840s frontier township on the Belubula River to its growth as a rural centre.

Carcoar Hospital Museum

Carcoar Hospital Museum is housed in one of the earliest colonial hospital buildings in Australia. Built to the design of architect Edward Gell and funded by community fundraising, with Government assistance, at a cost of £2,400, the hospital was opened in 1861.

Carcoar Pottery

Louise Purcell established Carcoar Pottery after she and her husband Carl moved to Carcoar in 1992. Louise has been potting since 1982 and trained in Ceramics at East Sydney TAFE. She has a huge range of domestic and ornamental pottery on sale in her shop.

Central West Libraries

A warm welcome awaits you at all branches of Central West Libraries. No matter what your age they have a wide range of resources, programs and services to meet your needs. Use the free WiFi, computers, browse, read or study.

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