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Art Galleries and Museums

Orange Visitor & Travel Guide

ORANGE ART GALLERIES AND MUSEUMS

ART GALLERIES AND MUSEUMS

Colour City Creatives

The Barracks, East Fork Railway 2B Peisley Street Orange
Ph 02 6362 7354 or 0490 470 581
Email secretary@colourcitycreatives.com
www.colourcitycreatives.com
More Info


Jayes Gallery

31-33 Gidley Street Molong NSW 2866
Ph 02 6366 9093
Email gallery@jayes.com.au
www.jayes.com.au



Orange Regional Gallery

149 Byng Street, Orange
Ph 02 6393 8136
Email gallery@orange.nsw.gov.au
www.org.nsw.gov.au
www.facebook.com/Orangeregionalgallery
Guided Tours, Art Classes, Public lectures, Workshops, Art Tours, Floor Talks.
Open Daily from 10am - 4pm. Closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day and Good Friday.
Entry is free.



Cowra Regional Gallery

77 Darling St, Cowra. (Opposite the Australian World Peace Bell).
Ph 02 6340 2190
Email cowraartgallery@cowra.nsw.gov.au
www.cowraartgallery.com.au
Open Tuesday to Saturday 10am to 4pm, Sunday 2pm to 4pm (Closed Mondays) Free admission.


The Corner Store Art Gallery

382 Summer Street, East Orange
Ph 02 6369 1694
Email info@cornerstoregallery.com
www.cornerstoregallery.com
Facebook @cornerstoregallery
Open Thursday and Friday  11am to 5pm, Saturday 10am to 4pm, Sunday -10am to 2pm. Public Holidays 10am to 1pm


Orange Regional Museum

151 Byng Street, Orange
Ph 02 6393 8444
Email museum@orange.nsw.gov.au
www.orangeregionalmuseum.com.au
Open 9am-5pm daily (excluding Christmas Day) All groups over 10 people are requested to contact the museum prior to their visit. Entry free.


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ORANGE TRAVEL GUIDE

Orange Visitor and Travel Guide. Visit Orange NSW and celebrate the region’s wine and food. Find out here about what to see and do and where to eat and stay. Art Gallery, Bed and Breakfast, Cafes and Coffee Shops, Caravan Parks, Events, Festivals, Guesthouses, Gardens, History, Holiday Cottages, Holiday Parks, Holidays, Hotels, National Parks, Markets, Motels, Museums, Produce, Restaurants, Self Catering, Services, Serviced Apartments, Shopping, Tourism, Tourist Guide, Tours and Drives,Travel, Villages, Wine, Wine Tasting, Wineries. Blayney, Canowindra, Carcoar, Molong, Millthorpe, Ophir, Mount Canobolas, Lake Canobolas, Orange Botanic Gardens, Conimbla National Park, Weddin Mountains National Park. Read More about “ORANGE TRAVEL GUIDE”

Journeys around NSW

  • The region has over 46 wineries and cellar doors for you to visit. Here we showcase some of the cool climate wines that are making the region famous. At many cellars doors, you will be able to meet the winemaker and hear of their passion for their wine and of our region. They will explain how our unique combination of altitude, cool climate, soils and topography provides Orange Region wines a unique point of difference.
  • It has attracted the rich and famous and those looking to escape life on the coast. Over the years it has welcomed Banjo Paterson, Henry Lawson, Fred Hollows and Dame Mary Durack and many more. You should see why!
  • Visit NSW and discover the states cities, towns and regions. Sydney Visitor Guide, Orange Region Visitor Guide, Bathurst Visitor Guide, North Coast, South Coast, Hunter, Central Coast and Country. Accommodation, events, shopping restaurants and more.
  • I don’t know if it is the altitude or the attitude but food does taste better in Orange. And if you marry your taste buds to a local wine such as Colmar Pinot Gris or a Brangayne Shiraz you will be in for a great food experience.
  • In Orange city and in the region, there are a plethora of amazing cafes. Some have recently opened, and there are many more on the horizon and the best of the original pioneers just get better.
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Norman Lindsay Gallery and Museum

Norman Lindsay Gallery & Museum

Norman Lindsay Gallery and Museum

Norman Lindsay Gallery & Museum
Blue Mountains Region [B.M.R.]

The Norman Lindsay Gallery at Faulconbridge is the home of the Magic Pudding and displays the work of artist and writer Norman Lindsay (1879-1969). Run by the National Trust, the sandstone cottage and landscaped grounds are open 7 days a week and there is a specialist gift shop and cafe.
Norman Lindsay (1879-1969), artist, cartoonist, and writer, came from a family that produced five artists. Lindsay left home when he was sixteen to live with his brother in Melbourne. In 1901 he moved north to make his permanent home in the Blue Mountains, working for the Bulletin in an association that lasted almost to his death.
His first novel was published in 1913, and by the 1920s he was both proficient and prolific in pen and ink drawing, etching, woodcuts, watercolours and sculpture. Lindsay rejected Christianity, and his art depicts Bohemianism and Arcadian pantheism madly admixed in a fantasy world.
As early as 1904 his work was deemed blasphemous; in 1930 his novel Redheap was banned and the following year the police proceeded against an issue of Art and Australia that showcased his art. There were many critics of Lindsay’s work but he remained popular with collectors, and Albert, the loyal but cranky The Magic Pudding from his classic children's book (1918) is still just as popular with today's younger generation.


MORE INFORMATION
Norman Lindsay Gallery & Museum
14 Norman Lindsay Crescent
Faulconbridge NSW 2776 Australia
Tel: (+61 2) 4751 1067
Fax: (+61 2) 4751 5845
Email: info@normanlindsay.com.au
www.normanlindsay.com.au


Main photo: inkognitoh
Featured image: Little Margie

Journeys around NSW

  • The region has over 46 wineries and cellar doors for you to visit. Here we showcase some of the cool climate wines that are making the region famous. At many cellars doors, you will be able to meet the winemaker and hear of their passion for their wine and of our region. They will explain how our unique combination of altitude, cool climate, soils and topography provides Orange Region wines a unique point of difference.
  • It has attracted the rich and famous and those looking to escape life on the coast. Over the years it has welcomed Banjo Paterson, Henry Lawson, Fred Hollows and Dame Mary Durack and many more. You should see why!
  • Visit NSW and discover the states cities, towns and regions. Sydney Visitor Guide, Orange Region Visitor Guide, Bathurst Visitor Guide, North Coast, South Coast, Hunter, Central Coast and Country. Accommodation, events, shopping restaurants and more.
  • I don’t know if it is the altitude or the attitude but food does taste better in Orange. And if you marry your taste buds to a local wine such as Colmar Pinot Gris or a Brangayne Shiraz you will be in for a great food experience.
  • In Orange city and in the region, there are a plethora of amazing cafes. Some have recently opened, and there are many more on the horizon and the best of the original pioneers just get better.

National Parks

Featured Region

ORANGE TRAVEL GUIDE

Orange Visitor and Travel Guide. Visit Orange NSW and celebrate the region’s wine and food. Find out here about what to see and do and where to eat and stay. Art Gallery, Bed and Breakfast, Cafes and Coffee Shops, Caravan Parks, Events, Festivals, Guesthouses, Gardens, History, Holiday Cottages, Holiday Parks, Holidays, Hotels, National Parks, Markets, Motels, Museums, Produce, Restaurants, Self Catering, Services, Serviced Apartments, Shopping, Tourism, Tourist Guide, Tours and Drives,Travel, Villages, Wine, Wine Tasting, Wineries. Blayney, Canowindra, Carcoar, Molong, Millthorpe, Ophir, Mount Canobolas, Lake Canobolas, Orange Botanic Gardens, Conimbla National Park, Weddin Mountains National Park. Read More about “ORANGE TRAVEL GUIDE”

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