Discover the best top things to do in Orange, Australia including Rowlee Wines, Orange Mountain Wines, De Salis Wines, Vine Venture Tours, Stockman's Ridge Wines, Small Acres Cyder, Heifer Station Wines, Hillside Harvest, Cook Park, Orange Visitor Information Centre.
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5 based on 67 reviews
Rowlee is a single vineyard producer of cool climate wines located in Orange, New South Wales. Our tasting room is open everyday between 11am and 5pm for tastings and wine sales. Wines are also available for purchase by the glass or bottle to enjoy on the deck overlooking the vineyard.
We went there straight after a 2 hours hike looking for food too. Found this little winery with a very friendly and informative young woman who was excellent in helping my young niece learn about their wines and explained about the grapes and processes and all. Was excellent!
We bought the Late Harvest Riesling yum yum
5 based on 63 reviews
Orange Mountain Wines is a small family owned and run winery specialising in cool climate wine styles. Visit the cellar door and you will most likely be tasting with the winemaker and owner Terry and his wife Julie. We welcome you to try our range of national and internationally awarded wines. We make Riesling, Sauvignon Blanc, Viognier, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Merlot, Shirax/Viognier, Cabernet Sauvignon, and in dessert wines Mountain Ice Viognier and Rose with Cherry Liqueur to finish.
Had the pleasure of visiting this winery, where we found the people very friendly & accommodating. The wines were memorable. Both Terry & Julie are informative, Terry is good for a laugh making you feel welcome.Hello Shortlegs53 and thank you for your wonderful review!! Look forward to seeing you again in our cellar door soon. Enjoy the wines!! Thanks Terry
5 based on 97 reviews
De Salis Wines is a small winery/cellar door at Lofty Vineyard on the northern slopes of Mt Canobolas in the Orange Wine Region, Central Tablelands of NSW. We focus on Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Sparkling wine in the traditional method. Our winemaking philosophy is Minimal Intervention, natural ferments, low low sulphur additions, unfeigned and unfiltered, vegan wines.Wines are grown, made, bottled and sold on site. We do have a tasting fee if guests decide not to purchase wine after tasting.
Nice place to visit for a wine tasting, though they need to offer a cheese plate or something to nibble on while your tasting.
5 based on 33 reviews
VineVenture Tours is a locally owned, fully accredited Long Distance, Tourist & Charter service offering a unique experience to discover the visual beauty and flavours of the Orange region. When booking a tour with VineVenture Tours you will travel with up to 11 guests on wine, food, historical and corporate tours in the Central West of NSW, Australia
What an amazing experience.
We've done a few wine tours, all over Australia but both feel this was our best one yet.
Brad, our host, was very well informed on the area, chose a small number of excellent wineries, where he knew the owner well, resulting in us getting an inside view on the winery and a lot of great information.
We overran by 2 hours (although Brad checked that this was ok), and we did not feel rushed at all.
At the end, he even offered to come back into Orange to collect us for free if we wanted to stay for dinner.
From the outset, really good customer service from a genuine enthusiast.
4.5 based on 45 reviews
Situated in the picturesque bush settings of the Central Ranges, Stockman's Ridge Wines have a vision of producing premium cool climate wines. Nestled in the West of Orange, the vineyard sits at an altitude of 780 metres. Their stunning tree lined driveway and new vineyard lead you to the relaxed and intimate cellar door where you'll discover wines that are a true expression of the unique qualities and character of the region. Wines with elegance and complexity, with beautiful balance and length. Serious wine lovers will find much to absorb them and much to discuss with Jonathan, Owner and Winemaker or the experienced cellar door staff.
The wines were pleasant, but nothing to knock your socks off. The tasting room experience was odd. The owner's mother was pleasant and welcoming, but happily admitted she knew nothing about wine. A recipe for a somewhat underwhelming wine tasting experience.
4.5 based on 18 reviews
We were doing the mandatory wine tastings when we came across small acres cider. Very tasty and different cider to the mass produced ones.
Picnic items are available as well and this would be a great place to unwind and soak up the peace and quiet of country living. The resident dog is also very friendly and loves visitors.
Well worth going to when in orange.
4.5 based on 144 reviews
Heifer Station Wines is a small family owned and operated single vineyard tasting room in one of Oranges most picturesque areas. Set in a turn of the century, historic sheep shearing shed on rolling volcanic terroir. At almost 900m elevation the vineyard is truly cool climate. We offer intimate vineyard tours for groups of 5 on our 6 seater golf buggy by pre arrangement. There is also a little 'funny farm' for the little (and Big) kids to enjoy. Feed the chooks, goats and pony. Varietals and Styles include: Chardonnay, Pinot Gris, Rose, Pinot Noir, Merlot and Shiraz. Our newest wine is Genisse a Methode Australis Chardonnay/Pinot sparkling. "With respect for the earth, and a whole lot of Altitude - The fruit does the talking! That's the Heifer Station Way. We then add the love to create elegant single vineyard wines you will want to enjoy again and again"
Had a wonderful experience at Heifer Station Cellar Door. This is our 3rd visit and will continue to visit every time we are in the area. Th best winery in the district with a great wine tasting experience as well as other options on the...MoreHi Jo, Thanks for being such great guests. We are happy the day out went so well - even though it was extremely hot! We appreciate you taking the time out to write a review. See you next time. James
4.5 based on 11 reviews
We live on Hillside Harvest apples, pears, cherries, apricots, peaches etc depending what's in season all year round. If we're every somewhere else and I need to buy supermarket fruit, my kids always ask "what's wrong with this apple?" They really can't understand why anyone...MoreThank you Kate for your lovely review! We are so pleased to hear that you enjoy our apples and our newly refurbished farm stall as much as we do :-)
4.5 based on 168 reviews
The park is always a beautiful place. However my most recent visit was with my mother in a wheelchair. The paths in general were difficult to navigate with some being so far from level that I feared for my mother's safety. Ensuring access for wheelchairs, prams etc should be a priority. Our beautiful park must be able to be enjoyed by all.
4.5 based on 130 reviews
The Orange Visitor Information Centre is co-located with the Orange Regional Museum at 151 Byng Street. It's the ideal place to commence your adventures in one of Australia's top food and wine destinations. We'll share our local knowledge on the best places to stay, the amazing landscapes, award winning wines, kids activities and charming villages of the region. You'll love the truly seasonal visitor experience here with the colours of Autumn and Spring contrasting the long warm days of Summer and the occasional snowfall in Winter. A look around the Museum will introduce you to our history and the café will entice you with our famous local produce. There's a range of hand crafted souvenirs too, including local Wiradjuri art. The Orange Visitor Information Centre is open 7 days and the team are always ready to help.
We always stop at the VIC and we were met by Cathy, a lovely lady who really knew her stuff. Cathy pointed out all places of interest, vineyards, mountain top for views. A wealth of information so if you are not sure what to do...MoreThanks Jo. We are glad you had a good experience at our Visitor Centre.
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