About Orange

Orange is a city in the Central West region of New South Wales. With an estimated population of 40,000, the city of Orange is a significant regional centre in the area. The key employment sectors in the city include social assistance, health, education, training, retail, agriculture, and mining.

Orange is a well-known fruit-growing district and is one of the top producers of apples, pears, cherries, and other stone fruits. Despite the name, oranges are not grown in the area. Orange city is the home to Australia’s second largest open cut mine, the Cadia Gold Mine, which produces gold and copper.

Orange is the birthplace of famous Australian poet, Banjo Patterson.

Barristers to Support Lawyers in Orange

There are a number of Courts that sit at Orange, including Local Court, the District Court of New South Wales (both Criminal and Civil jurisdiction) and the Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia

Our Chambers has experienced barristers who are available to appear in all Courts that sit in Orange and work with local Orange Lawyers.

Are you a lawyer in Orange and require the support and guidance of an experienced barrister that regularly travels to the area?

Contact Hunter Street Chambers and let us know how we can assist you.

The Orange Courthouse

The local court house is located on the corner of Lords Place and Byng Street, near Robertson Park. 

Phone: (02) 6392 7777
Address: Corner Lords Place and Byng Street, Orange, NSW 2800
Working Hours: Monday-Friday, 9AM to 4:30PM