Suburb Spotlight – Orange CBD


A buzz can be felt in the heart of this regional city brimming with cafes, restaurants, pubs as a myriad of world cuisines. Summer Street, the city’s main street, houses some of the country’s most established store brands and two shopping centres, while its side streets hold the best of Orange’s boutique retail therapy. Lord’s Place, Anson Street and Sale Street in particular provide incredible finds.

Commercial real estate in the CBD is in high demand, and residential property consists of large heritage homes that are tightly held. For most who live in Orange, the CBD offers the opportunity to enjoy the services and shopping of a city with the chance to grab a park right outside the door. 

Parks – Roberston Park, Wade Park, Cook Park, Moulder Park

Arts and Culture – Orange Regional Gallery, Orange Regional Conservatorium, Civic Theatre, Orange Regional Museum

Recreational – John Lomas Skate Park, Orange Aquatic Centre

Restaurants – Lolli Redini, Mr Lims, Raku Izakaya, Birdie

Bars – Chesterfields, Washington & Co

Boutique Shopping – Mary and Tex, Blowes Menswear, Sonic, Hawkes General Store, Eclectic, The White Place, Danielle Louise, Belle Armoire, Bobbies, The Essential Ingredient, Collins Bookstore, Angus Barrett Saddlery, Hartford’s Menswear.

Cafes – too many to mention!

Posted in Uncategorized on 23rd February, 2021