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    Rental Properties in Orange, NSW, 2800

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    1/51 Frost Street, Orange

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    Early Bird

    6 Marsden Place, ORANGE

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    Early Bird

    26 Holman Way, Orange

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    Move in: 28/03/24

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    103 Clinton Street, Orange

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    195a McLachlan Street, Orange

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    22 Connemara Drive, Orange

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    63 Kite Street, Orange

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    64 Hill Street, ORANGE

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    263b Dalton Street, Orange

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    6 Madelines Lane, ORANGE

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    About Orange Rental Properties

    TenantApp helps you find apartments for rent in Orange, townhouses for rent in Orange, and houses for rent in Orange.

    Discover Orange, 2800

    Located in the beautiful region of Central West New South Wales, Orange is a vibrant city that offers a unique combination of natural beauty, rich history, and a thriving cultural scene. With its picturesque landscapes, charming heritage buildings, and abundance of local produce, Orange has become a popular destination for both residents and visitors alike.

    Experience the Best of Orange

    Orange is renowned for its cool climate wines, and there are plenty of vineyards and wineries in the area where you can sample the region's finest drops. The city also boasts a vibrant food and dining scene, with a wide range of cafes, restaurants, and gourmet markets offering delicious local produce.

    If you're a lover of the great outdoors, Orange won't disappoint. The city is surrounded by stunning natural attractions, including Mount Canobolas, a dormant volcano that offers spectacular views from its summit. There are also plenty of walking and cycling trails to explore, as well as beautiful gardens and parks to relax in.

    For those interested in history and culture, Orange has a rich heritage that is evident in its many historic buildings and landmarks. The Orange Regional Museum is a must-visit, where you can learn about the city's past and present through interactive exhibits.

    Orange is also home to a number of festivals and events throughout the year, including the Orange Wine Festival and the Banjo Paterson Australian Poetry Festival. These events showcase the best of the region and provide a unique opportunity to immerse yourself in the local culture.

    Whether you're looking to settle down or just passing through, Orange has something to offer everyone. Start your search for rental properties in Orange today on TenantApp.

    FAQs about Orange, New South Wales

    1. What is the population of Orange?

    As of the 2016 census, the population of Orange was approximately 39,329.

    2. What is the climate like in Orange?

    Orange has a cool climate with four distinct seasons. Summers are warm with average temperatures ranging from 25°C to 30°C, while winters can be chilly with average temperatures ranging from 5°C to 15°C.

    3. What are some popular attractions in Orange?

    Some popular attractions in Orange include Mount Canobolas, the Orange Botanic Gardens, Cook Park, and the Orange Regional Gallery.

    4. Are there any universities in Orange?

    Yes, Orange is home to Charles Sturt University, which offers a range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses.

    5. What is the cost of living in Orange?

    The cost of living in Orange is generally lower than in major cities like Sydney. Rent prices, in particular, are more affordable, making it an attractive option for those looking for affordable rental properties.

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