A few of the Places you can choose from.
- Arron Hotel Motel
- Carrington Club Hotel
- Gladstone Hotel in Orange
- Kelly’s Rugby Hotel
- The Central Caleula Motor Lodge
- Blayney Goldfields Motel
- Millthorpe Motel
Bread and Breakfast
- Ophir Gold Bed & Breakfast
- Colour City Caravan
- Molong Caravan Park
- Canowindra Caravan Park
- Cudal Caravan Park
- Canobolas Caravan Park
If you miss out on one of the Hotels in Orange, you wont have to worry, as you can see there are a plenty of alternative places to stay.
To get to Orange from Sydney, go via the Blue Mountains to Bathurst, continue west along the Mitchell Highway to Orange, a city in the Central West of New South Wales, around 260 kms west of Sydney, it is located at the base of an extinct volcano, west of the Great Dividing Range.
Birth Place of Australian Poet
Orange is also the birthplace of poet Andrew Barton( Banjo) Paterson and although he only lived in Orange as a baby, the district of Orange still claim him as their own.
One of his most famous poems is “Waltzing Matilda” which was set to music and became one of Australia’s most famous songs, Some of his other works include, The Man from Snowy River, and Clancy of the Overflow.
City of Orange
Orange is known as Australia’s Colour City, the Botanic Gardens are ablaze with color from bright orange in the mid Autumn, to the burnt orange mid Winter.
The Heritage Walk provides a sample of the many beautiful Victorian and Federation homes and other historic buildings.
Orange is known for its fruit growing area that produces apples, pears, and many stone fruits such as cherries, peaches, apricots and plums, but oranges are not grown in the area, as it is too cold.
There is plenty of early Australian history in Orange. The first payable discovery of gold in Australia was made in the area in 1851 which led to the Australia wide gold rush, the old Cobb & Co sites are especially interesting.
Another of the Hotels in Orange is one that was established as the Wellington Hotel in the late 1850′s, it was the first of the two storied hotels in Orange.
The name was changed to the Royal Hotel about 1881. The hotel was also used as the booking office for Cobb & Co coaches.
There are more than 40 places of historical interest in and around Town.
Subsequent discoveries of gold in nearby areas led to Orange being established as a central trading center for the gold.
As you Travel Australia The city of Orange has a plenty to offer,
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