Mid City Motor Lodge - 245 Lords Place Orange NSW 2800

Close to - In Town

Information Centre Across the road
Orange City Centre Across the road
Orange Civic Theatre Across the road
Robertson Park Across the road
Orange Day Surgery Through the park
Metro Plaza 1 min walk
Orange Eye Surgery 1 min walk
Bistro Ceello 5 min walk
Factory Espresso 5 min walk
Lolli Redini 5 min walk
Provista Woodfire Pizza 5 min walk
RSL Club 5 min walk
Bills Beans 10 min walk
Cook Park 10 min walk
Kinross Wolaroi School 10 min walk
Orange Railway Station 10 min walk
Orange Regional
Conservatorium
10 min walk
Union Bank 10 min walk
Byng Street Store 15 min walk
Duntry League 5 min drive
Orange Health Service 10 min drive

 

Close to - Out of Town

Federal Falls 20 min drive
Lake Canobolas 20 min drive
Millthorpe 20 min drive
Mount Canobolas 20 min drive

 

Find Us

245 Lords Place
Orange NSW 2800 [map]

 

Call Us

Phone: (02) 6362 1600

 

Great Reasons
To Stay With Us

Location, location, location Location, location, location
Easy onsite parking Easy onsite parking
Friendly atmosphere Friendly atmosphere
Convenient & Affordable Convenient & Affordable
Free Wi-fi
Free Foxtel in all rooms Free Foxtel
Indian Restaurant Indian Restaurant
Continental or Hot Breakfast served to your room Continental or Hot Breakfast served to your room
Interconnecting rooms at Mid City Motor Lodge Interconnecting rooms

 

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About Orange

A leisurely three and a half hour drive west of Sydney, Orange is a city full of life, tree lined streets and historic buildings. Known as the Colour City, Orange enjoys four distinct seasons and is most beautiful during the autumn and spring months when the thousands of deciduous trees are bursting with colour. With beautiful parks and gardens, a thriving cultural scene and some of the best regional food and wine in Australia you and your family can really relax and enjoy our clean, fresh environs and immerse yourselves in our attractions.
Visit the many local wineries renowned for their cool climate wines, or the historic gardens such as Cook Park and Orange Botanic Gardens.  Bushwalk around Mount and Lake Canobolas, explore the many surrounding villages, wander around the art galleries or energise yourself with a round of golf or any of the many other sporting options available.  The town is yours to discover.

Here are a few things you may not know about the Orange region: 

  • The traditional landowners are the Wiradjuri people
  • Orange was named in the mid 1800s after the Prince of Orange who later became the King of Holland
  • A striking feature of the landscape - Mount Canobolas - at 1,395m is the highest peak
  • In a straight line between the Blue Mountains and Perth
  • Orange is the only recognised wine region within the Central NSW Region that is defined by height above sea level (above 600m) and is the highest altitude wine region in Australia
  • Orange F.O.O.D Week is one of Australia’s longest running regional food events
  • Canowindra is the site of one of Australia’s most significant fossil finds
  • Ophir (26 kms outside of Orange) was the site of Australia’s first payable gold discovery
  • The Amusu Theatre in Manildra is Australia’s longest running picture theatre
  • Cadia Gold mine is one of the largest open pit gold-copper mines in Australia
  • Manildra is home to the largest flour mill in the southern hemisphere

For more detailed information about Orange and the surrounding region please browse the website of Taste Orange, the premier website for information on all things Orange. www.tasteorange.com.au

Lake Canobolas

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