Orange is a regional city in the Central West region of New South Wales with a population of just over 40,000. The area is famed for its produce and wineries along with history. Here’s how to get from Sydney to Orange.
Sydney to Orange by Car
Journey Time: 3 h 22 min (255 km) via Great Western Hwy/A32
Sydney to Orange by Train and Coach
You can take the Blue Mountains Train (BMT) train from Sydney to Lithgow (2h 48min) and then take a coach service to Orange (1h 55min). For this service you do not need to book, you can see the timetables and plan your journey here.
Journey Time: 4 h 58 min and ticket cost from $27.77
You can also take the daily Western XPT Train 427 which runs all the way from Sydney Central Station and stops at Lithgow. The XPT train has economy and first-class options, buffet, and toilets. For this journey, you can book tickets and see timetables here.
Journey Time: 4 h 43 min and ticket cost from $33.95