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Orange Tourist Information & Travel Guide

Wondering where to head to on your next holiday? Head to Australia and in particular, the Orange region, New South Wales. Do not worry what the season will during your visit because Australia is not short of what to offer you at any given season. While the summer period that lasts from December to February offers you a perfect opportunity to experience great outdoor activities including surfing, the spring season that lasts from September to November provides you with an opportunity to sample some of Australia’s beautiful scenery. You may plan to visit between May and November for a chance to spot majestic whales along Australia’s coast.


Plan to have your holiday base at Orange, which is about four hour’s drive west of Sydney. You have varied options when it comes to driving to the city and moving around Australia during your holiday. You may opt to hire a tour car or van from the various car hire companies operating from the airport or use the services of various tour guides available. It is recommended that you hire your own car for the freedom to stop wherever you like to sample of the most fascinating picturesque scenes along the route to Orange, which sits at the foot of an extinct volcano.
Accommodation should not be a problem while in Orange. Varied three, four and five star hotels and restaurants are available, offering the best that you can imagine of the region’s wine and food, especially during the Orange F.O.O.D Week held mostly in April and at the Orange Winefest in October. Spare the following day to discover what the region has to offer and be ready for a treat of a lifetime. Pay a visit to the botanical gardens and walk along the City Heritage Trail and head to Mt. Canobolas, which is an ancient volcanic peak and have a perfect view of the city and beyond. Do not forget to visit the famous limestone caves of Borenore Karst Conservation Reserve and Australia’s first gold mines at Ophir Reserve. You can plan to travel further and head to Carcoar Dam where you will have the opportunity to sail, surf, swim or fish.

Apart from food, wine and the mentioned activities, varied cultural attractions are at your disposal to sample, from the national monuments to the various boutique galleries. You may also opt to attend some of the open-air festivals held regularly. Take the opportunity to learn Australia’s history, including Aboriginal culture. You may also plan for another day to discover Australia’s diverse landscape, from the mountainous Alps to coastline sand dunes, passing through rainforests and lakes. Australian is not all about landscapes and water games, a lot of entertainment bound in the cities, from live art performances to movies. Australia’s cities  including Orange also have a lot to offer in terms of handcrafted souvenirs that you can buy and present as gifts back home.
Planning for your Australian and Orange holiday in particular should be an easy undertaking. You can do all your planning online. Establish what documents you will be required to have, hire a tour car online and book a hotel amongst other things. With good planning, you are bound to have a memorable holiday.

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