Restorations of The Royal Hotel and former Carrington Hotel have been awarded Orange City Council Cultural Heritage awards.
The 2019 winners were announced at Duntryleague on Friday night.
Duntryleague also scored a prize for the renewal and repainting of its Porte Corchere (covered entrance).
A house at 124 McLachlan won the prize for the best residential restoration work, the Corner Store Gallery in Summer Street won best infill renovation work, 52 March St for best front additions to a house and 96 March Street was awarded for the best rear additions.
Other winners included the Blowes Conservatorium in Cook Park, the Oriana Motel B and 11 Grove Street Spring Hill.
Author Robert Bartlett, the Family History Group and the Centenary of WW1 in Orange project also claimed awards.
Restoration work to properties in Lords Place and Hampden Avenue won the area the best streetscape award.
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