Living in Orange

 135 Byng St, Orange
 02 6393 8000
 02 6393 8199
 council@orange.nsw.gov.au

Want to live in Orange?

What can Orange offer you that you don’t already have? 
A family home that has enough opportunity to expand, schools around the corner, and a five minute drive between jazz class, the supermarket and salsa lessons. A commute to work that means you can sit in a local cafe and have a fresh, locally roasted coffee before you arrive at work – no rushing from platform to street, just easy, stress free living.

Orange offers families the chance to reconnect with each other – to find the time to talk and sit with each other at the end of the day. To be together without the added strains and pressures that financial worries, excessive commuting and out of control price hikes bring. You can work hard here in Orange, but still have the time to sit down at the dinner table together, with locally produced food, sourced from local businesses and manufacturers and have the chance to laugh and regroup with your family and friends.

The affordability of housing in Orange is one of the most talked about lifestyle benefits that inspires people to make the move. Whether you want a Californian bungalow in the centre of the city, a modern large mansion or a rural property with spectacular views and room for a horse, Orange has it all. Into the bargain, it’s usually at least half the price of what you would expect to pay for the equivalent dwelling in a similar location in Sydney.

Orange offers you the perfect way of life. You can continue to learn as our education facilities for all ages are second to none. Fancy going for a bike ride, or taking the kids to the park to play soccer, take your pick, Orange has a large number of alternatives for cycle routes and sports clubs around the City. Always wanted to be in a triathlon, or take up running, join a club – we have more than one here for you to join.

Gourmet food and wine more your thing? Orange has become known as one of Australia’s best wine districts, with local wines regularly winning national and international awards. This wine industry growth, in tandem with the continuing development of Orange’s already highly regarded gourmet restaurant and cafe culture, has bolstered the city’s reputation and the region’s growing status as a ‘food capital’.

The Evocities organisation provides more information for someone consdering a move to Orange. For more information call 1800 069 466 or email the Orange Visitor Information Centre