ORANGE is a city with a proud history and a bright future and soon people outside our region will find this out through a new publication.
Set to showcase the city, its businesses and its services, the publication will highlight the best Orange has to offer.
Orange Unlimited is out now and will be available through many of the FOOD Week events.
Central Western Daily managing editor Tony Rhead, who oversaw the magazine’s production, said he is proud of the work that went into producing Orange Unlimited.
“It really gave us an opportunity to celebrate all of the fantastic opportunities Orange has to offer both visitors and locals,” he said.
“Not only does Orange Unlimited showcase Orange’s wonderful natural resources and impressive infrastructure it also reminds us why the city is fast becoming one of regional NSW’s fastest growing tourist destinations.”
Orange Unlimited covers industries and major developments that have been integral in Orange’s growth.
Orange City Council mayor John Davis said the Evocities campaign has been successful in encouraging newcomers to make the “tree change” to Orange.
“A key factor is employment and this is a strength of the Orange community as potential new residents do their homework seeking a challenging new position,” he said.
The publication aims to celebrate Orange’s educational institutions, cultural aspects, health care options and sporting facilities.
Writers gave a nod to members of the community from miners to manufacturers and, of course, some of the best food and wine our country has to offer.