ENGAGING IN THE COMMUNITY
IN THE ORANGE REGION
GETTING ACTIVE IN THE COMMUNITY
Orange is home to a number of volunteer and community organisations that work to support our region.
You can also volunteer for many of the regions events and activities.
Please email [email protected] if you would like to get involved
Millthorpe Village Committee
The Millthorpe Village Committee is a not for profit incorporated association and is the peak body representing the Millthorpe community. It works in partnership with Blayney Shire Council to ensure local issues and concerns are brought before Council. The Committee works to enhance amenities in the village, organises community events and provides a forum for the community.
PO Box 101
Millthorpe, NSW 2798
Orange Regional Arts Foundation
The Orange Regional Arts Foundation (ORAF), established over 30 years ago. The key focus is to provide ongoing support for the Arts in the district.
This support ensures that Orange continues to be a shining example of a pro-active arts-rich community with a diverse cultural life.
P.O Box 647
ORANGE, NSW 2800
Local Radio, supporting local businesses and providing non-stop entertainment and news all week!
PO Box 88
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