The Orange Trail
Informative, Realaxed Walking Tour of Orange, NSW
Meet a friendly local and learn why Orange is one of the fastest growing regional cities in Australia.
We’ll stroll through gorgeous parks.
We’ll share our insider tips on the city. What to see and what’s not worth the hype!
Our walk will include historic buildings and their history.
Experienced, friendly guides
We’ll share what makes Orange a thriving community now.
Short on time but want to know more about Orange? This is the perfect tour for you.
Your tour includes:
● An overview of what makes Orange a thriving city
● Learning about the goldrush era, Wiradjuri culture and colonial settlement of Orange
● Learn about the iconic Dalton family who contributed greatly to the wealth of the city
● Discover why the Orange region is one of Australia’s most exciting and food and wine destinations
It’s a leisurely walk of 1.5km.
Meet a friendly local and gain an insight into Orange’s delightful and surprising past.
Monday or Friday (call for availability on other days)
9.30am to 11.30am
2 to 10 guests
Friendly local tour guide
$60 per person
Starts and finishes at Orange Visitor’s Centre, Byng St, Orange
Sumptuous locally sourced food
Nicole did a great job showing us the historic highlights of Orange, including an indigenous food tasting and a sumptuous locally sourced food platter. Thanks Nicole.
Engaging and fun
The Orange Trail was easy walking. Our tour guide, Nicole, was engaging and fun. I highly recommend this tour.
A group of girlfriends and I recently spent a fabulous day with the bubbly and engaging Nicole from Country Food Trails. What a fantastic and fun experience and such a great way to gain a more intimate insight into Orange! Thank you, Nicole, for helping us put together such a wonderful itinerary for the day. A real highlight of our stay.
Nicole Farrell is the founder of Country Food Trails and has been an Orange local for most of her life. With years of experience taking small groups on textile safaris of India and Morocco, Nicole knows how to plan a tour that's fun, flexible and filled with exciting hands-on experiences.
A focus on sustainable agritourism
At Country Food Trails, we're committed to practising sustainable tourism and running zero waste tours. We use cloth napkins and reusable containers, cups and cutlery. We'll happily take home food scraps to feed to our chooks.
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Got a question or want to enquire about last-minute availability? Call Nicole 0402 650 190