Mark and Jane Holman have a five-bedroom high end farmstay to offer while Tom Capell has a four-bedroom Airbnb house in Orange.
They were part of about 100 people with accommodation availability to offer workers coming to Orange for the Cadia mine expansion to attend an information forum on Monday.
The first 140 of the 306-strong workforce for the mine will arrive this month with the rest to follow early next year.
Attendees were told there would be plenty of opportunities for a variety of accommodation needs from the workers.
Orange360 and Cadia are running a trial project to co-ordinate finding accommodation for the workers.
The Holmans run the Cadogan Country House property on their beef farm at Guyong.
Mr Holman said the scheme had the potential to benefit their property which is about halfway between Orange and Bathurst.
"Absolutely, it could work really well, particularly for the executives," he said.
Mr Holman said they were looking to increase use of the property which also has a maze on the 1011 hectares.
"We have been doing it tough with the drought," he said.
Mr Capell said he already had Cadia workers among people staying at his property and hoped the scheme would lead to more demand.
He said having one point of contact could work well.
"It sounds like a good idea," he said.
"They send you the bookings and know what's going on," he said.
"It does provide opportunities for entrepreneurial initiatives to capitalise on this.Caddie Marshall, Orange360 general manager
"I'd have less trouble with getting the cleaners in."
Orange360 general manager Caddie Marshall said she was pleased with the level of interest shown.
"It really is early days," she said.
She said there was an opportunity for a range of businesses to benefit from the expansion.
That could range from bus drivers needed to transport workers to the mine to cafes and hotels to provide food.
"It does provide opportunities for entrepreneurial initiatives to capitalise on this."
Ms Marshall said the co-ordinated scheme would help minimise clashes with major Orange festivals and sporting carnivals also needing accommodation in Orange.
More forums are planned for Millthorpe, Carcoar and Blayney over the next week.
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