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Spring has sprung in the Orange360 region, and while we remain in lockdown this school holiday period, there’s still plenty to discover in the region.

The weather is great for taking a walk one of our many trails and with less visitors, it’s the perfect recipe for discovering the stunning natural attractions in our region.

Local businesses are also putting together school holiday packs that can help keep the kids entertained at home, from art packs to board games, check out the array of offerings from local businesses below.

As per current NSW Public Order, please remember that all travel is restricted to your own LGA where possible or 5km from your residential address. Remember to wear your mask when visiting businesses, get tested if you have symptoms and stay updated on the latest advice from NSW Health here.

Hero image photographed at Carcoar Dam

Odd Sock Gallery

Create your own unique marble effect, pouring artwork!

Entertain your kids this school holidays with some arts and crafts.

This kit includes:

  • A pre-mixed acrylic pouring set
  • 30cm x 40cm primed canvas

No mixing required, pour-on formula, water based paint and non-toxic. There are 4 different pouring artwork kits to choose from: galaxy (main image), ocean, metallic and basic.

Only $35.00

Pinot & Picasso

Stay creative and entertained this lockdown, with our Pinot & Picasso Paint-At-Home Art Boxes. Join our artists in on-demand, guided videos, while having a zoom party with your besties, or try your hand at painting your partner.

Our at home art boxes are the perfect activity to keep the kids busy all weekend, or use as your own creative distraction to try a new type of self-expression.

Orange Regional Gallery

The Orange Regional Gallery has provided you with some free activities to keep your kids entertained for FREE this school holidays.

 

Check out the range of options they have available!

Mount Nangar Walking Track

Mount Nangar walking track to the lookout takes you bushwalking through varied landscapes to scenic views over Nangar National Park and surrounding farmlands in search of wildlife and wildflowers.

Summits Walking Track

Summits walking track connects two of the park’s summits, Mount Canobolas (also known as Old Man Canobolas) and Young Man Canobolas, traversing a saddle between to two mountains and joining up with some of the other walking tracks along the way.

Mount Murga Walking Track

If you’re reasonably fit, why not take on Mount Murga walking track? It’s a varied and attractive walk up the side of Mount Murga and along the ridgeline to the plateau and lookout at the top. From here, you can see the extensive open farmland lying to the north of the park.

Orange Botanic Gardens

Orange Botanic Gardens is a naturally undulating 17 hectare site which features an impressive native and exotic plant collection.

Verandah Cave

An hour’s hike from Borenore picnic area you’ll find Verandah Cave, a large limestone overhang protecting large pools of water. Located near Orange, it’s a great destination for a weekend getaway or a stretch of the legs on a car tour along Borenore trail. It’s a pleasant 3.

Mount Canobolas State Conservation Area

Mount Canobolas State Conservation Area offers birdwatching, walking, scenic views, pretty picnic areas and a great campground; a top choice for a weekend getaway.

The Falls Water Falls

Follow Central Mines trail to The Falls Water Falls at Summer Hill Creek for breathtaking views of the creek cascading down over two levels. The falls are lovely all year around, but are particularly striking when water levels in the creek are high following heavy rainfall.

Mullion Range State Conservation Area

Visit Mullion Range State Conservation Area, near Bathurst and Orange, to enjoy birdwatching, bushwalking, scenic lookouts and picnicking in an area rich in gold mining history.

Nature Walking Track

Nature walking track offers a glimpse of the full diversity of animals and plants in the Mount Canobolas area. Kicking off in a clockwise direction from Walls picnic area, you’ll see snow gums tower overhead beside candlebark trees, some of which have been around for centuries.

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