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shopping centre
can anyone answer me on who is building the new shopping mall in orange. The site is currently where Franklins is. Will JB HIFI be going there?  

  • Svw_close_small
    I think it is a redevelopment of the Summer Centre (which is currently a small, single-storey mall at the top of the main street ).  Can't find out anything about JB Hi-Fi. Couple of relevant links are: http://www.primespaceproperty.com.au/downloads/PrimeAccessBrochure.pdf http://www.centralwesterndaily.com.au/news/local/news/general/summer-centre-joins-in/285477.aspx   

 
 
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Cycle clubs/fun rides
can anyone tell me what cycle clubs or groups there are in Orange ?My partner Philip would like to ride with other people, preferably middle-aged or younger.Thanks ebony

  • Svw_close_small
    We have one listed on OurPatch http://www.ourpatch.com.au/orange/categories/fitness-facilities-trainers/businesses/3176-orange-cycle-triathlon-club   Might be a good idea to talk to a cycling shop in Orange.  

 
 
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Wineries to visit
Planning a trip to the Hunter Valley for the weekend in a couple of weeks.  Can’t visit all the wineries so any recommendations for good ones to visit because of the wine, scenery or restaurant if they have one.

  • 125_26010_crop_small
    One of my favourite wineries the last time I went to the Hunter was Keith Tulloch.  They have a nice bar area and actually bring the wine to your seat rather than forcing you to prop up the bar.  Not sure how busy it gets, and we didn't try their food, but let us know if you taste anything good.

  • Ripple_effect_small
    Love the Hunter wineries and amongst our favourites, Tamburlaine has to rate pretty much at the top. But why not spread your wings a bit and head out our way to the Central Tablelands for some magnificent cool climate Aussie wines! Some of my personal favourites around the Orange region are Brangayne, Canobolas Smith and Bloodwood... but there are dozens of others! Come and try us out!

  • Svw_close_small
    You must go to Petersons.  It's just fantastic.  Nice people run the place, it's a great location and they have fantastic wine.  Join their wine club as well.  It's the best value wine club in Australia.

 
 
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Brazilians
My boyfriend has  been asking me to get a brazilian wax and I have been thinking about it and was wondering how much does it hurt? how long does it take? will it be itchy when the hair grows back?  Has anyone had one and can let me know your experience.  Also any recommendations of the best place in Orange to get one.

  • Default_user_small
    Country Girl, Everyone's reaction to the braziilian is different, but in general the pain is minimal providing that the person doing your treatment is well trained. Approx time for the treatment is 20-30mins, and you'll find that the hair grows back softer rather the rough and itchy like shaving or hair removal creams. I'd recommend trying the team at Skinsational, centrepoint arcade in orange, the girls are friendly and always do a great job. GOODLUCK  

  • Orange_small
    Thank you Jadeb for your resonse and recommendations.  I am going to go ahead and feel the breeze.

 

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