suggestions For things to do during Your Stay in Orange

Day 1

Visit the nicest shops in Orange, starting with The White Place (100 Byng St) for homewares. Walk further down Byng St, right into Anson St to see Eclectic Orange (139 Summer St) for homewares (Anson St).

Walk up Summer St and pop into Mary & Tex (187 Summer St) for homewares then left into Sale St to check out Sonic (homewares, clothes and coffee). Visit Racine Bakery or Harris Farm (in Woolworths car park) to stock up on picnic supplies. Cross over Summer St again and you can stroll to Hawkes General Store (46 Sale St) for coffee and homewares. From here you will see Union Bank and you can return home.

Visit Lake Canoblas with a picnic and walk around the lake or enjoy the Lakehouse café. Alternatively, spend an afternoon at Heifer Station Cellar Door (Escort Way) which is very family friendly & offers dip platters & cheese plates or go to the Botanic Gardens (top of Hill St).

Day 2

Stroll along Clinton St to Cook Park, passing Byng St Store (Byng and Clinton) for coffee on the way. Either continue walking down Sampson St to Moulder Park and return via Hill St; or you can drop into Anything Grows (Summer St, just across from Cook Park) and browse around the garden and have coffee.

Patina Cellar Door (109 Summerhill Lane – open weekends only) is a pretty cellar door with lovely garden. Next stop is Slow Wine Co (25 Victoria St) in Millthorpe for a tasting and cheese platter. Angullong Cellar Door (The Stables, Victoria St) has a great range with historic stable buildings to enjoy. There are also plenty of lovely shops to browse in Millthorpe. Our favourite lunch spot is The Old Mill Café (12 Pym St). Booking is essential (02 6366 3188).

Chase from Orange Wine Tours (0458 800 174) offers a range of fun, down to earth tours in the area. There are full and half day options starting from $30 per person. Let him know you are staying with us.

Drinking Options
Union Bank Wine Bar (cnr Byng & Sale St) is excellent for a pre or post dinner drink.
Percy’s (cnr of Summer & Sale) has a range of craft beers on tap and a good local wine list.
Chesterfields (above the Hotel Canoblas) has a great range of whiskies and is a nice drinking spot.

Casual Dining Options (recommend booking a table)
Sweet Sour Salt (cnr Summer & Sale St) – Asian fusion, white table cloth good local wine list
Canoblas Hotel (Summer St) – good for wood fired pizza or cook your own steaks
Mr Sushi King (Summer St & Peisley St) – BYO and good Japanese options
Charred (5 New St) - relaxed dining with shared plates encouraged
Mr Lim (Summer St) - excellent Korean restaurant

Hatted Restaurant Options (bookings essential)
Lolli Redinis (Sale St) in town
Racine – pretty country setting (15 minute drive out of town)

Breakfast Options
Agrestic Grocer (426 Mitchell Hwy) – also has live music at lunchtimes on weekends
The Village Bakehouse (208 Peisley St) – very trendy building and good range of food optuions
The Old Convent, Borenore is amazing for breakfast – booking essential (only open Sunday)
Groundstone (151 Byng St) - light filled space offering great food right next to the new museum

Coffee Options
Byng St Store (cnr of Clinton & Byng St)
Nimrods (214 Lord’s Place)
The Sonic (33-35 Sale St)

If we can help you with any other part of your trip to Orange, please don’t hesitate to get in touch!