Culture and Lifestyle
Orange is known as one of Australia’s best wine districts, with local wines regularly winning national and international awards. This wine industry growth, in tandem with the continuing development of Orange’s already highly regarded gourmet restaurant and café and art culture, has bolstered the city’s reputation and the region’s growing status as a cultural and food capital.
Click here to go to the Visit Orange website for more information on arts, culture and events in Orange.
The Orange Farmers’ Market
The Orange Farmers’ Market is a vibrant local fresh food market featuring diverse regional produce that operates monthly on the 2nd Saturday.
Lake Canobolas Reserve
Orange has an eclectic community filled with creative types, sporty enthusiasts, business movers and shakers, and those just wanting less stress and hassle in their daily lives. Orange offers families the chance to reconnect with each other – to find the time to talk and sit with each other at the end of the day. To be together without the added strains and pressures that financial worries, excessive commuting and out of control price hikes seem to bring.
You can work hard here in Orange, but still have the time to sit down at the dinner table together, with food sourced from local businesses and producers, and have the chance to laugh and regroup with your family and friends. Young or old, it doesn’t matter, Orange has the right things for you http://www.evocities.com.au/en/orange/lifestyle/ .
The Orange Community Guide details contact information for a wide range of organisations, groups, clubs and sporting clubs in the Orange community. The guide is a great way to find information on interest groups, social or volunteering opportunities or locate a service. To go to the Guide, click here.
For information on art and cultural facilities in Orange including the new Orange Regional Museum, Orange Civic Theatre, Orange Regional Gallery, Central West Libraries and Orange Heritage, click here.