View from The Escort Way

View to Mount Canobolas Location View from The Escort Way at the Local Government Area (LGA) boundary. Statement of Significance View from The Escort Way at the entry point to the City reveals an unimpeded view of Mount Canobolas to the South. The view is significant in that Mount Canobolas is an iconic landform that... Continue Reading →

The Escort Way

The Escort Way Location The Escort Way, West of Orange Statement of Significance This area extends from suburban fringes of Orange to the Local Government Area boundary. The community consultation process identified this landscape as significant for the stands of remnant Box vegetation. Eucalyptus albens (White Box) and Eucalyptus melliodora (Yellow Box) are common along... Continue Reading →

Significant Trees: Burrendong Way (March)

Pinus radiata (left) and a Eucalyptus viminalis (right) Location Burrendong Way (March, North of Orange). Tree Species Radiata Pine (Pinus radiata) Physical Description The buildings of March are dwarfed by a mature, sparse canopied Pinus radiata and a mature Eucalyptus viminalis which is located adjacent to the boundary fence of the Church. The Pines and... Continue Reading →

View Burrendong Way

Elevated view towards Orange from Burrendong Way Location View towards Orange from Burrendong Way. Statement of Significance The ridgeline behind Orange containing The Pinnacle and Mount Canobolas form the backdrop to the city and a landmark for orientation. This view is significant with respect to orientation through the rural lands towards the city, as the... Continue Reading →

Burrendong Way (March)

Large, mature Pine trees visually define the village of March within the landscape Location Burrendong Way (March, North of Orange) Statement of Significance The historic hamlet of March consists of a scattering of buildings along one side of Burrendong Way. A stone wall on the road frontage of 590 Burrendong Way signals the approach to... Continue Reading →

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