Set in the foothills of Mount Canobolas, Orange has a relaxed country atmosphere combined with boutique shops, sporting facilities, and quality educational and health services.
CSU in Orange has a large vineyard and farm, and a range of state-of-the-art facilities, including a new, award-winning health building. Small class sizes at Orange Campus ensure you get the best out of your study experience and quickly settle in to life at CSU, while outside the classroom, you can catch up with friends at the Templer’s Mill bar on campus.
Phone: (02) 6365 7555
Facsimile: + 61 2 6360 5590
Campus postal address:
PO Box 883
ORANGE NSW 2800
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|Temperature||Average max in Summer: 25 degrees Celsius
Average max in Winter: 11 degrees Celsius
|Recreation||Three excellent 18-hole golf courses, lawn bowls greens, rugby league, soccer, rugby union, softball and cricket grounds, an Indoor Sports Centre, tennis and squash centres, skate park, ten pin bowling, fitness centres and gymnasiums and swimming pools.|
|Sydney to Orange||
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CSU in Orange has a large vineyard and farm, and a range of state-of-the-art facilities, including a new, award-winning health building.
Orange the City
Nestled in the Central Tablelands of NSW, 260 km west of Sydney, Orange is a progressive city with a friendly country atmosphere. The city's 38,000 residents enjoy excellent retail, sporting, educational and health services. With two movie cinemas, restaurants offering a range of cuisine, popular Farmers' Markets, wineries and an annual FOOD Week, Orange is a unique city that knows how to relax at the end of a hard day's work.
History of CSU in Orange
Orange Campus was officially transferred to Charles Sturt University from the University of Sydney on 1 January 2005.
Originally, the Orange Campus was home to the Orange Agricultural College, established in 1973 to offer courses principally related to the management of agricultural businesses.