Orange Regional Museum is offers a range of curriculum based learning programs designed to provide students with a hands on understanding of the history and landscape of Orange, the region and Australia.
Current school programs cover the following topics: Wiradjuri culture, Mt Canobolas, Gold Rush, Post-WWII migration, chronologies and object stories.
- History in a Box – Education Kits
- Indigenous Engagement Days 2018
- Paddock to Plate 2018 exhibition program
2017 Visit Options
30min – 1.5 hour Museum led sessions including tours, worksheets and hands on workshops based around curriculum units are available.
Contact us to discussion the best option for your class: email@example.com | 02 6393 8444
View workshop options here.
Suitable for Stages 1-3 (K-6)
Secondary teachers are encourage to get in contact with the museum to discuss bespoke options for their classes.
Image: Coolamon, date Unknown, loan courtesy Orange & District Historical Society
Learning Resources including activities and source material can be found here. ______________________________________________________________________
How to book
Information for teachers
- Museum sessions suitable for up to 60 students per session, multiple sessions are available each day. Orange Regional Museum can assist with finding other suitable activities at Orange City Library, Orange Regional Gallery and Orange Civic Theatre.
- Safety sheet and risk assessment
- Learning Resources for Teachers including activities relating to Museum programs can be found here
- Further details on Journeys: people place stories