Orange and the surrounding region is home to a range of historical, culture and arts based significant locations.
For those with a inkling for the history of the region, explore the regions golden past and visit one of the many museums that inform and display the diverse history of the region.
The broader region is also home to an umber of cultural and arts centres, including the Orange Regional Gallery but also many of the villages have exhibitions and shows on any given week through out the year.
Art Galleries, Theatres & Museums
The Corner Store Gallery
382 Summer Street
ORANGE, NSW 2800
The Corner Store Gallery is a small independantly run art gallery in East Orange, NSW. We exhibit an eclectic mix of emerging and well-established artists specialising in a great variety of mediums. The gallery opens a new exhibition every three weeks showcasing the work of talented artists and designers from all over Australia. We host pop-up events and markets all throughout the year and hold regular workshops exploring a wide range of mediums and materials.
The Melissa Barber Galleries
Open by appointment
Canowindra, NSW 2804
The Melissa Barber Galleries is an online and studio gallery of Australian artist Melissa Barber. Paintings can be viewed by appointment at the studio in Canowindra, on the website and from time to time in exhibitions held in collaboration with other galleries.
Banjo Paterson....More than a Poet
43 Forbes Road
YEOVAL, NSW 2868
Yeoval is the childhood home of Andrew Barton 'Banjo' Paterson, who was born on 17th February 1864 at "Narrambla" near Orange. This Exhibition has on display a whole host of first editions, original letters, Paterson memorabilia, books, magazines and exciting items of the period, as well as fascinating hands-on items. There are collectables from the city to the bush - all associated with and relating to Paterson poems and the era.
Orange Regional Conservatorium
The Orange Regional Conservatorium's motto is Inspire, Create, Enjoy. We truly value these words and our commitment to deliver music to the Orange community and beyond.
73a Hill Street
Orange, NSW 2800
Stories of Orange, NSW
With a start in a tin shed in 1946, the founder of D’Aquino Bros Pty Ltd, Carmelo D’Aquino, produced six barrels of wine and started the first winemaking family in the Orange district. His grandson Rex is now the third generation to run the D’Aquino wine business – a vast commercial operation which has expanded considerably since the tin shed days and incorporates the Highland Heritage Estate vineyard as well as a distillery, wholesale and contract bottling and retail outlets throughout country NSW.read more
“The style of ciders we are making have been around for hundreds of years in Europe. They are true, fermented wine styles that reflect the location and season and are made to go with food. We source all our apples from within five kilometres of the cider house.”read more
Perched on the north-facing slopes of Mt Canobolas, overlooking over the Towac Valley, the Morganics Farm property is home to two-acres of organic garlic plus a range of organic vegetables and herbs. “While we are slowly growing the range of products supplied from Morganics Farm, garlic is our true love and main focus.”read more
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