As domestic travellers begin to visit the regions, they will begin a spending spree worth $1.3billion to the Central NSW economy*, a huge boost for local businesses and will directly benefit the entire community.
Australia’s earliest scientific photographs are revealed in a new exhibition, Capturing Nature: early photography at the Australian Museum 1857-1893, that opened to the public at Orange Regional Museum on Monday 1 June 2020.
Construction of the new toilet block in Robertson Park is now complete.
Orange City Council has responded to the latest decisions from government and health authorities re-opening some services.
Consistently high flows in the Macquarie River have kept the Macquarie to Orange pipeline pumps flowing, gradually building Orange’s water storage levels.
A strategy aimed at helping the Orange economy recover from the impact of the COVID-19 crisis, is a key feature of this year’s Orange City Council annual budget.
In an effort to capture the untold stories of previous generations, Orange City Council is on the lookout for members of the community to share insights into what life was like back in the first half of the 1900s.
The best of the best will soon be recognised for their sports achievements in the 2020 Orange Sports Awards.
Orange City Council will take its meetings on the road for the next month. Read More
Orange City Council invites locals to join the convoy and pledge to keep their rigs dirty, rather than washing them. Figures show that daily water consumptions are at the lowest ever and it is with this sensible approach to a serious situation that we can take the next step.