With impressive colonial buildings, award-winning restaurants and elegant wine bars, the vibrant city of Orange is the perfect escape for fine food and wine and wonderful heritage walks. Orange is a regional city of more than 40,000 people. It has a wide range of amenities, a prominent health sector, excellent educational facilities, shopping, transport and other services such as childcare centres.
From apples and berries to truffles and succulent meats, the Orange region of NSW is renowned for fresh produce. There are winery tours and delicious events, such as F.O.O.D Week, Orange Wine Festival and the Winter Fire Festival. You’ll find plenty of places to stay, from guesthouses to charming cottages, bed and breakfasts, motels, classic pubs and caravan and camping sites.
Orange and the local villages that surround Cadia are renowned for their restaurants, cafes and wineries. It is known as a key destination for fine food, wine, business and leisure. Orange’s distinctive four seasons and cultural heritage make it a popular tourist destination and exciting place to live.
There are several sport facilities including modern swimming centres, multiple gyms and leisure activities for children and adults such as Rugby League, Rugby Union, AFL, hockey, netball, soccer, cricket, Dragon Boating, golf and more.
Orange has festival events throughout the year showcasing the incredible local produce and unique businesses of the area.
For more information about Orange visit https://www.orange360.com.au/ and https://www.visitnsw.com/destinations/country-nsw/orange-area.
You can also drop by the Orange Cultural Precinct, home to the Orange City Library, Orange Regional Art Gallery, Orange Civic Theatre and the Orange Visitor Information Centre – 151 Byng Street, Orange Ph: 1800 069 466.
Orange has a temperate climate with consistent rainfall throughout the year - about 900mm annually. January is the hottest month with a mean temperature range of 13 to 27.4 degrees Celsius and July is the coldest month with a mean temperature range of 0.5 to 9.8 degrees Celsius. Orange’s high elevation of 863m makes it cooler than many surrounding areas making the odd snowfall possible.
For more information on the forecast visit Orange Forecast (bom.gov.au)
Orange and its surrounding villages boast a range of quality accommodation.
Cadia works with Orange360 to manage the accommodation requirements for our site, including visitors, permanent and temporary relocations and all contractor accommodation. If you need temporary or long-term accommodation, please contact Orange 360.
Centralising accommodation bookings helps our workforce, maximises benefits to local accommodation providers and mitigates the impact to our community.