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Orange travel information
When to visit
Orange has a temperate climate, which makes for vibrant springs, warm summers, spectacular autumns and cool winters with the chance of experiencing snowfalls. Winter temperatures range from 2 to 10°C. Orange is known as ‘Australia’s Colour City’ due its vibrant autumn colours, making late March and April amongst the best time to visit Orange to see the impressive autumn colours. Temperatures in autumn range from 14 to 24°C.
What is the main airport called?
Orange Airport (OAG)Opens in a new tab or window is located 15km from the city centre with a short 15 minute drive to the centre of town. Once you touch down in Orange, you’ll be greeted by the friendly airport staff.
Arriving in Orange
Once you touch down in Orange, you’ll be greeted by the friendly airport staff.
Getting into Orange from Orange Airport
Once you arrive at Orange Airport there are a few transport options to get you to the town centre. Make the short trip into the city using the taxi services at the terminal or ride-sharing Uber. Alternatively, rent a car from the hire services available at the airport and explore the region at your own pace.
Getting around Orange
It’s pretty easy to make your way around Orange. You can hire a car and drive around the vineyards, rent a bike for a bit of exercise or book a vineyard tour with Vine Venture.