Orange is in central New South Wales, Australia. You'll find the provincial city 260 kilometres west of Sydney.
The town Orange is just at the base of an extinct volcano and by the Great Dividing Range.
It's known as the home to acclaimed Australian poets, Banjo Patterson and Kenneth Slessor.
Orange is also known for being the home for major industries, such as agriculture, education and mining, including gold mining.
The town grows lots of fruits such as stone fruits, apples and pears - although, funnily enough - no oranges.
Orange is also a wine growing district that is quickly expanding and as a consequence of its fruit and wine industry has earned the reputation as a capital for gourmet food.
Orange gourmet food region
Each year in April you can travel to Orange and enjoy the Food of Orange District (F.O.O.D) event that celebrates local food and wine, as well as the arts.
Orange also is surrounded by interesting history and beautiful scenery.
Join the City Heritage Trail and take in lots of Orange's heritage sites.
And if you want to get your hiking boots out, then venture out to Mount Canobolas and take one of its walking tracks to suit your fitness level.
Orange gold mining
You can go gold panning at the nearby Ophir gold mine reserve.
Australian National Field Days
The oldest annual agricultural show has its home in Orange - come to the Australian National Field Days for the exhibition held in October each year.
Before you leave, it's worth visiting the Orange Civic Theatre to see live performances.
Orange arts and culture
The Orange Regional Gallery is also worth seeing, as is natural haven, the Orange Botanical Gardens.