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Along the foothills of Mount Canobolas in the Central Tablelands of NSW is the regional hub of Orange, a thriving centre with a whole lot to boast about, from its commercial centres and bustling main streets to the natural beauty that abounds. Here, farmgate produce is celebrated, and cool-climate wines are highly revered, meaning holidaymakers flock to this region to delight in all the homegrown goodness that this area produces.


Warm summers and snowy winters to the colourful gardens of spring and autumn, year-round Orange delights. Well-known as a fruit growing district – apples, pears, cherries, peaches, apricots and plums – and an array of other fresh produce, Orange has become a gourmet food destination that locals relish in. Highly lauded cafes and restaurants and the 60 odd vineyards peppered throughout make Orange F.O.O.D Week and Orange Wine Month must-visit events. The monthly Orange Farmers Market, which is bursting at the seams with local growers and producers, hint at some of what can be found along Orange's Foodie Trail.


In the town itself, historic buildings nod to times past. Boutique stores and galleries sit alongside big-name brands with well-established stores that cater to Orange and surrounding towns. Country cottages with spectacular gardens that change colour with the season give way to hobby farms and sprawling farmland. A vast selection of schools (public and private) are sprinkled throughout, and Charles Stuart University has a local campus. Being the major centre that it is, Orange is a well-connected transport hub with trains, buses and an airport servicing the area. 


Playing fields and racecourses to golf clubs and sporting centres, Orange has it all. But it's the hiking through Nangar National Park, limestone caves at Borenore Caves and mountain biking at Kinross State Forest that is a standout on Orange's tourism circuit. With all this on offer, Orange is one country town that treechange dreams are made of. 

Suburb features


St Mary's Catholic Primary School

Orange Public

Orange East Public

Calare Public School

Orange Christian School

Kinross Wolaroi School

Bletchington Primary School

Anson Street Public School

Glenroi Heights Public School

Bowen Public School

Canobolas Public School

Clergate Public School

Catherine McAuley Catholic

Orange Anglican Grammar School

Orange High School

James Sheahan Catholic High School

Canobolas Rural Technology High School

Orange Christian School

Kinross Wolaroi School

OneSchool Global


255km from Sydney City


Orange Buslines

Australia Wide Coaches

NSW TrainLink

Train Services

Orange Airport


Orange Aquatic Centre

Golf Courses

Orange Botanic Gardens

Orange Showground

Suma Park Reserve

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As the region’s number one real estate office, Belle Property Orange is led by highly qualified local specialists, and we’re excited to be bringing a premium brand to the market that fits perfectly into the local demographic.