151 Byng St, Orange
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Paddock to Plate: a history of food and wine in Orange & district
Exhibition Catalogue

Author: Sandra McEwen

The exhibition and accompanying catalogue celebrate the history of food and wine in the Orange region, revealing how growing, processing, distribution and consumption of food has changed over time.

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Emma: Miss Hartley’s Chevrolet and Hartley Confectionery Co. Orange

Author: David Perry

Emma is a 1926 Chevrolet purchased in Orange by the Hartley family as a delivery vehicle from their confectionary business. Emma has been in Orange for almost 100 years.

This publication tracks the car’s history from the 1920s to her rediscovery by locals in 2015.

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Opening Hours: 9am-4pm daily (excluding 25 Dec)

  • Groups of more than 10 people should contact the museum prior to their visit. 
  • There is no admission cost to enter Orange Regional Museum.

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Bathrooms including disabled and baby changing facilities are provided on site.

Groundstone Cafe is located next to the Museum and is open from 7.30am – 3.30pm daily. Group bookings available. P: (02) 6394 6386

Short-term parking is available in front of the Museum on Byng Street. Parking for larger vehicles, caravans and buses is on Peisley Street. Long-term parking is available in a carpark near the Museum and can be accessed off Lords Place.


Orange Regional Museum is fully accessible for prams and wheel chairs. A courtesy wheelchair available for use. Please contact us on (02) 6393 8444 for further information.

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