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Hotels in Orange, New South Wales

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(Former Standard Hotel)

Biddy Walsh's Irish Pub

Formerly known as the Standard Hotel Closed circa 2011.

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224 Anson Street,
Orange
New South Wales 2800
Phone:
(02) 6362 8824
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Carrington Club Hotel

Carrington Club Hotel Established in 1874 as the Railway Hotel, renamed the Belmore Hotel in 1879 and the Carrington Club Hotel in 1886.

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253 Lords Place,
Orange
New South Wales 2800
Phone:
02 63632919
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Gladstone Hotel

Gladstone Hotel Established as the Globe Hotel in 1865 and renamed the Gladstone Hotel in 1874. Another top pub.

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Corner of Byng and Hill Streets,
Orange
New South Wales 2800
Phone:
02 63623590
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Great Western Hotel

Great Western Hotel Hotel established in 1852. Opposite the Railway Station. Corner of Kite Street.

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137 Peisley Street,
Orange
New South Wales 2800
Phone:
02 63624055
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Hotel Canobolas

Hotel Canobolas This hotel was built by Tooheys Ltd in 1938 on the site of the Club House Hotel c1876-1938.

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248 Summer Street,
Orange
New South Wales 2800
Phone:
02 63622444
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Hotel Orange

Hotel Orange Established in 1890 as the Federal Hotel, renamed the Empire Hotel in 1898, the Tourist Hotel in 1938 and now the Hotel Orange in 2007. “Hotel Orange was the first Hotel in Orange NSW. Renovated in 2006 The Hotel Orange displays...

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324 Summer Street,
Orange
New South Wales 2800
Phone:
(02) 63611177
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Kelly's Rugby Hotel

Kelly's Rugby Hotel The hotel was established as the Carriers Arms Hotel and the name was changed to the Rugby Hotel in 1898. The present building was erected in the 1890's after the pub had burnt down.

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199 Lords Place,
Orange
New South Wales 2800
Phone:
02 63627232
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Metropolitan Hotel Motel

Metropolitan Hotel Motel Built in 1864 as John Woodward's store and became a hotel in 1886.

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107 Byng Street,
Orange
New South Wales 2800
Phone:
02 63621353
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Occicental Hotel

Occidental Hotel Established in 1872 as the Occidental, changed name to Arron Hotel circa 2008 - 2010, reverted back to Occidental Hotel 2011

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174 Lords Place,
Orange
New South Wales 2800
Phone:
02 63624833
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Ophir Tavern

Ophir Tavern Tavern sold in 2006 for $6.6m

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Glenroi Road,
Orange
New South Wales 2800
Phone:
02 63624995
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Park View Hotel

Park View Hotel Established in 1865 as the Miner's Arms Hotel, renamed the Tattersalls Hotel in 1887 and then it became the Park View.

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281 Summer Street,
Orange
New South Wales 2800
Phone:
02 6361 7014
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Robin Hood Hotel

Robin Hood Hotel

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30 Burrendong Way,
Orange
New South Wales 2800
Phone:
02 63631999
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Royal Hotel

Royal Hotel Established as the Wellington Hotel in the late 1850's, it was the first two storied hotel in Orange. The name was changed to the Royal Hotel about 1881. The hotel was also the booking office for Cobb & Co coaches.

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251 Summer Street,
Orange
New South Wales 2800
Phone:
02 63621855
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Victoria Hotel

Victoria Hotel Former Coach and Horses Hotel, the licence being issued in 1844. Renamed Victoria Hotel in 1880 and rebuilt in 1922.

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336 Summer Street,
Orange
New South Wales 2800
Phone:
02 63623365
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Information on Orange, NSW

Rural views of Orange, Central NSW. Courtesy: Tourism New South Wales. Region: Central NSW

As a regional city, Orange, with surrounding towns and villages, supports a population of 100,000 through its industrial, commercial and service resources.

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