Optical wireless communication (OWC) systems have been the subject of a significant amount of interest as they can be used in sixth generation (6G) wireless communication to provide high data rates and support multiple users simultaneously. This paper investigates the impact of receiver orientation on resource allocation in optical wireless systems, using a wavelength division multiple access (WDMA) scheme. Three different systems that have different receiver orientations are examined in this work. Each of these systems considers 8 simultaneous users in two scenarios. WDMA is utilised to support multiple users and is based on four wavelengths offered by Red, Yellow, Green and Blue (RYGB) LDs for each AP. An angle diversity receiver (ADR) is used in each system with different orientations. The optimised resource allocations in terms of wavelengths and access point (AP) is obtained by using a mixed-integer linear programming (MILP) model. The channel bandwidth and SINR are determined in the two scenarios in all systems. The results show that a change in the orientation of the receiver can affect the level of channel bandwidth and SINR. However, SINRs in both scenarios for all users are above the threshold (15.6 dB). The SINR obtained can support data rate of 5.7 Gbps in both scenarios in all systems.