Coach Accommodation Specialists

Hosts Millthorpe Business Committee
Address Pym Street
Phone millthorpevillage@gmail.com
Email millthorpevillage@gmail.com
Website http://www.millthorpevillage.com.au/
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Millthorpe.Village/
Brochure Click to download

Details

Contact Name Golden Memories Museum

Group cost

Admission Access to Village is free
Guided Tour Not available at this time.
GrandWesternMillthorpe PymSTMillthorpe MillthorpeMain MillthorpePS MillthorpeRailway MillthorpeSnow StationPde MillthorpeCoffeenCake MillthorpeRoseBank MillthorpePO
<
>

Attractions Outline

Escape to the delights of Millthorpe, a beautiful heritage-listed village in Central West NSW and part of the Orange Wine Region. Getting to Millthorpe is easy. The historic town is 20 minutes’ drive southeast of Orange, only 10 minutes from Orange Airport, and 30 minutes west of Bathurst. The drive from Sydney is 3 hours 30 minutes.

Refreshments & costs

Morning/Afternoon Tea Available at various locations throughout the Village
Lunch Available at various locations throughout the Village
Tour/visit time allocation As long as you need!!! A first time tourist would require a minimum of a few hours for a glimpse of the Village up to a full weekend in the Golden Memories Museum

 

Toilets Yes
Disabled access Yes
Booking notice required No
Coach parking / turning Yes
Street parking

Additional Information

A major draw card of the Shire is Millthorpe Village.

Not only a gateway to the other fantastic villages of Blayney but also a fantastic example of a unique and time warped heritage village.

The area includes Blayney Shire and Villages, Cowra, Orange City, Cabonne Country and the Bathurst Region.

There are too many attractions to list individually, however from food and wine, wilderness and natural beauty to Australian History and gold mining Millthorpe is a great location for more than a stopover.

EAT & DRINK
Fine food and wine complement an escape to Millthorpe. Enjoy dining at award winning restaurants, delightful cafes with outdoor courtyards, great coffee and local produce, as well as a variety of pubs and clubs each with their own restaurant. Drop into one of the welcoming cellar doors for locally produced award winning cool-climate wines or join a wine tour.

SHOP & MORE
Browse in enticing boutiques for gifts, clothes, homewares, vintage collectables and more. Follow one of the village walks or visit the Golden Memories Millthorpe Museum.

STAY
You’ll find a variety of places to stay including charming B&B’s, on farm and in town cottages, hotels and a motel.

EVENTS / FUNCTION VENUES
Millthorpe hosts five major events every year – the Millthorpe Garden Ramble on the first Saturday and Sunday in November; the Millthorpe Markets twice a year on the first Sunday in April (unless this coincides with Easter in which case the Markets will be on the second Sunday) and the first Sunday in December; opening night for the Orange region Winter Fire Festival weekend on the first Friday in August; and Millfest on the second Saturday in December.

Millthorpe has a range of function venues to suit all budgets catering for weddings, christenings, engagements, anniversaries, birthdays, conferences, office parties and fundraisers.