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Orange, NSW, Australia
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Best Western Plus Ambassador Orange
8.0 Excellent
174 Bathurst Road, Orange, NSW, Australia
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2.2 km from city centre, Orange, NSW, Australia 
ExcellentBased on 1,085 reviews
8.0

Located in Orange, Best Western Plus Ambassador Orange is an easy drive from Suma Park Dam and Lake Canobolas. It provides a gym, as well as an outdoor pool, free Wi-Fi and a coffee bar.

Turners Vineyard Motel
8.1 Excellent
4929 Mitchell Highway, Orange, NSW, Australia
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6.0 km from city centre, Orange, NSW, Australia 
ExcellentBased on 687 reviews
8.1

Located in Orange, Turners Vineyard Motel is an easy drive from Gosling Creek Reservoir and Lake Canobolas. Guests can also enjoy free internet access throughout the property.

Central Caleula Motor Lodge
8.3 Excellent
60 Summer Street, Orange, NSW, Australia
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0.7 km from city centre, Orange, NSW, Australia 
ExcellentBased on 432 reviews
8.3

Situated in Orange, Central Caleula Motor Lodge is within walking distance of Cook Park and provides an outdoor pool. It is conveniently located for those wanting to discover the area's attractions.

de Russie Boutique Hotel
9.0 Excellent
72 Hill Street, Orange, NSW, Australia
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0.6 km from city centre, Orange, NSW, Australia 
ExcellentBased on 1,318 reviews
9.0

De Russie Boutique Hotel is a comfortable base while in Orange and is close to everything the area has to offer. It also offers free Wi-Fi.

The Midcity Motor Lodge
6.4 Good
245 Lords Place, Orange, NSW, Australia
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0.2 km from city centre, Orange, NSW, Australia 
GoodBased on 886 reviews
6.4

Mid City Motor Lodge Orange provides a comfortable setting while in Orange. It is conveniently located for those wishing to visit local attractions.

Ibis Styles Orange
7.5 Good
146 Bathurst Road, Orange, NSW, Australia
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2.0 km from city centre, Orange, NSW, Australia 
GoodBased on 800 reviews
7.5

Located in Orange, ibis Styles Orange is a short drive from Cook Park and Lake Canobolas. It also offers an express check-in and check-out feature, a beauty centre and free Wi-Fi.

The Oriana, Orange
8.5 Excellent
178-184 Woodward Street, Orange, NSW, Australia
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1.3 km from city centre, Orange, NSW, Australia 
ExcellentBased on 1,275 reviews
8.5

The Oriana Orange is located in Orange and is close to Duntryleague Country Club. It provides a gym, as well as free Wi-Fi, a seasonal outdoor swimming pool and limited hours room service.

Mercure Orange
8.3 Excellent
94 Byng Street, Orange, NSW, Australia
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0.4 km from city centre, Orange, NSW, Australia 
ExcellentBased on 1,049 reviews
8.3

Located in Orange, Mercure Orange is an easy drive from Lake Canobolas and provides free private parking on site. It features a fitness centre, as well as meeting rooms, a 24-hour reception and free Wi-Fi.

Orange Motor Lodge
7.5 Good
110 Bathurst Road, Orange, NSW, Australia
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1.5 km from city centre, Orange, NSW, Australia 
GoodBased on 656 reviews
7.5

Orange Motor Lodge is located in Orange and offers free Wi-Fi. It is ideally positioned for guests wanting to discover the area's attractions.

Summer East Apartments
8.0 Excellent
Orange, NSW, Australia
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0.8 km from city centre, Orange, NSW, Australia 
ExcellentBased on 135 reviews
8.0

Located in Orange, Summer East Serviced Apartments is an easy drive from Cook Park and Lake Canobolas. It is conveniently positioned for those wanting to visit local attractions.

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Where to stay in Orange

About Orange

Surrounded by wineries and nurturing a collection of museums, theatres and galleries, the city of Orange reflects the burgeoning culture of New South Wales. It’s home to an array of natural landscapes, including parks, botanical gardens and conservation areas.

Things to do in Orange

Summer Street is the main thoroughfare in Orange, with many cafes and shops on either side. Get your culture fix at Orange Regional Gallery and admire iconic Australian artists or watch dance performances, live music and theatre productions at the Orange Civic Theatre.

Over 40 wineries surround Orange, creating a memorable tasting experience. Spend an afternoon sampling local cheeses and wine at Philip Shaw Winery Cellar Door or visit stand-out wineries, such as Rowlee Wines, Borrodell Vineyard and De Salis Wines. On the way out to Lake Canobolas, have lunch at Racine restaurant on the grounds of La Colline Winery.

Back in the city, there are plenty of opportunities for wine tasting as well. Wine bars serve as “cellar doors” for the wineries, where you can sip and sample the latest vintages while grazing on appetisers and local produce.

Traveling with little ones? Let them run and play at Mount Canobolas State Conservation Area, which has a lake, walking trails, waterfalls, picnic areas and a playground. The whole family can enjoy the Country Walk at Orange Botanical Gardens, populated with a billabong, roses and heritage apple orchards. Check out the authentic analemmatic sundial while exploring the gardens.

Getting around Orange

You can rent cars at Orange Airport for visiting the vineyards and conservation area. It’s also possible to join a tour or hire a taxi for wine tasting. Buses provide limited routes within the city and to nearby towns.

Facts about staying in Orange

  • What is the best place in Orange for bars and restaurants?

    Despite its smallish size, Orange offers many great restaurants and bars. One of the most popular is Birdy, which serves an all-day menu that includes local Bateman’s Bay oysters and a good selection of Australian wines and beers. The local breakfast place is the Byng Street Local Store, where you can get anything from apple crumble porridge to Gruyere souffle. The Schoolhouse Restaurant is the place to go for international cuisine, and try not to miss the Charred Kitchen & Bar for its fire-roasted spanner crab. For bars, head to the Robin Hood Hotel or Tattersalls Hotel. The Forest Reefs Tavern is also really popular. You can find central hotels in Orange like Hotel Canobolas to be close by.

  • What is the best place for a family holiday in Orange?

    If you’re on holiday with your children, book Orange hotels near places like Cook Park, where you can go cycling or watch bands at a rotunda while young kids clamber over the play equipment. For other things to see in Orange, take a short drive to Mount Canobolas, where children can safely swim at small lake beaches. Then drive to the top of the mountain to get a great view of the surrounding countryside. Or head to Gosling Creek Reserve Walks & Playground, which has easy walking and cycling tracks and a climbing frame that will keep young kids well entertained. Next door to the Orange Botanic Gardens, there’s an Adventure Playground, where you can also take walks through orchards and a heritage rose garden. Book accommodation in Orange that affords easy access – ibis Styles Orange makes a good choice.

  • What are the best things to do and see in Orange?

    You can visit the town’s Visitor Information Centre for more ideas on things to do in Orange. You’ll be in the general Mount Canobolas State Conservation Area, so natural attractions, walking tours and hikes ranging from gentle to challenging will be all around you. You can visit a number of wine farms and downtown wine-tasting venues too, such as Mortimer’s Wines Cellar Door and Philip Shaw Wines Cellar Door. For panoramic views of this part of New South Wales, take a walk up to Pinnacle Lookout. For things more cultural, the very modern Orange Regional Museum covers 19th-century gold-mining history, Aboriginal culture and the town’s industries. There’s also the Orange Regional Art Gallery. Orange accommodation here includes places like The Town Square Motel.

  • Where are the best places to stay for fruit picking?

    The town’s name strongly hints at the main activity in the area, orange growing. You can book any number of orange-picking tours, which youngsters especially love doing. Oranges aren’t the only fruit produced in the region, so you can go fruit picking at many of the other farms outside town. To go berry picking, there’s Huntley Berry Farm. Hillside Harvest is another special place, where you can pick different types of seasonal fruit from November all the way through to May. Cherries are bountiful in November and December, with nectarines, apricots, figs and local boysenberries all over in January and February. For apples and pears, plan to visit between March and May. You can just book accommodation in the centre of town and pick whichever farm you want to go to. A good hotel recommendation is Mercure Orange.

  • What are the best hotels in Orange?

    One of the most popular hotels in Orange is Mercure Orange, which has been reviewed by 1,049 users and currently has a rating of 8.3/10. Other top-rated locations include Ibis Styles Orange and Turners Vineyard Motel, which have received 7.5/10 and 8.1/10 ratings from our users, respectively.