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Situated a comfortable 3.5 hours from Sydney and 3 hours from Canberra, Orange is an ideal location for your next short break.
The Orange Region presents its guests with a playground in which to discover our wonderful natural attractions, immerse yourself in the areas rich history and heritage, or simply escape and relax, or experience our delicious food and wine over 50 vineyards, 23 of which have cellar doors, for more information about the vineyards visit www.winesoforange.com.au.
Orange is known as Australia's Colour City and with four distinct seasons, it's easy to see why. At any time of the year Orange's streets are alive with a kaleidoscope of colours. Golden reds and oranges splash through the city in autumn, winter snowfalls bring a brilliant white contrasted by a rich velvet green in spring and with summers arrival comes a warm sunshine ideal for enjoying all that Orange has to offer.
Whether it's a morning walk, lunch at an exceptionally delicious cafe, perusal of a gallery or boutique store, Orange has something for everyone to enjoy. Visit the attractions page of this website to find out more about Orange as a short break destination.
If you have any questions or require further information, contact the knowledgeable staff of the Orange Visitor Information Centre on Freecall 1800 069 466 or visit our website, www.orange.nsw.gov.au.
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