Thrifty Orange Airport Car Rental

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Thrifty Orange Airport Car Rental
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Orange Nsw 2800

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Orange at a Glance

Orange is siuated in the New South Wales Central Tablelands, 250 kilometres inland from the state capital Sydney. Its location near to the Mitchell Highway and its regional class airport mean it is an important transport hub, and with a population of nearly 40 000 people it is an important provincial centre. One of the few cities to receive snowfalls most winters, it is characterised by the towering heights of Mount Canobolas which is located nearby and provides commanding views of the region. The friendly country residents of the town together with the wealth of nearby attractions make it an interesting and exciting place to visit. A hirecar from Rent New Cars is your ticket to seeing the town and its nearby attractions!

Ideas for Visitors to Orange
  1. The Ophir Reserve marks the point where the first significant gold discovery was made in Australia. Located in a gorge 29 kilometres from town, there are picnic and camping facilities built on the confluence of two creeks. Its a peaceful and tranquil spot to bring the family!
  2. Mount Canobolas is the extinct volcano that towers over the town. A trip to its summit will reveal amazing panoramic views, and there are a number of bushwalks where you will bump into all sorts of birds and animals. Don't miss the amazing Federal Falls, which will delight photographers and sight seers-alike.
  3. At the base of the mountain is the established artificial Lake Canobolas. A wide range of recreational activities can be pursued here, including sailing, swimming and fishing. Picnic and barbeque facilities line its shores.
  4. The Borenore Caves Reserve is a short drive from Orange, and is a great place to take the family for a relaxing day out. The large caves are waiting to be explored, and there are walking tracks, barbeques and toilets around the reserve.
  5. Australia's famous bush poet, Banjo Patterson, was born in Orange, and there is a Memorial Park paying tribute to him at the spot of his birth. There is a monument and obelisk here, and its an endearing place to pay tribute to the author of 'Waltzing Matilda'.