Family Activities

Ophir Gold Panning

The site of Australia’s first Gold Rush. With much to offer, the site can be used for camping, panning, fishing and fossicking.

Huntley Berry Farm

Huntley Berry Farm gives families the opportunity to grab a bucket and pick your own berries throughout Mid-November to May.

Hillside Harvest

Visit Hillside Harvest with the family and pick your own cherries, apricots, nectarines, peaches, plumbs, berries, apples and figs.

Address: 1209 The Escort Way, Borenore NSW

Website: https://www.hillsideharvest.com.au/

Orange Tenpin Bowling

A fun and friendly atmosphere featuring 16 lanes, pool tables, amusement games and a cafe. Perfect groups and the kids thanks to light weight bowling balls, ramps and bumper lanes.

Address: Corner of Byng and Seymour St, Orange NSW

Website: https://www.orangetenpinbowl.com.au/

Acquatic Centre Swimming Pool

Open all year round, Orange’s indoor aquatic centre is the perfect place to come for a swim with family. The 25 metre indoor pool is heated to 28 degrees all year round.

Address: Corner of Hill & Warrendine Streets, Orange NSW

Website: https://www.orange.nsw.gov.au/sports-grounds-leisure/pool/

Borenore Caves

Located at the Borenore Karst Conservation Reserve, the loop track incorporates bush and the Borenore Caves. A very peaceful place with the opportunity to picnic with family.

Odeon 5 Cinemas

Orange’s local cinema featuring the newest movies on the big screen.

Address: 43 William St, Orange NSW

Website: https://www.odeon5.com.au/

 

Orange City Library

Orange’s library with friendly staff and a big collection of books plus computers and WiFi access.

Address: 147 Byng Street, Orange NSW

Website: http://www.cwl.nsw.gov.au/about-cwl/cwl-branches/orange-library/

 

Orange Regional Gallery

The centre for visual arts in the Central West of NSW. The gallery is home to local exhibits and located near walking tracks perfect for a big day out.

Address: 149 Byng Street, Orange NSW

Website: https://www.orange.nsw.gov.au/gallery/

Orange Skate Park

Also known as the John Lomas Skate Partk, it features bowls, pyramid jumps, spine and grind blocks and everything a BMX rider or skateboarded needs.