The Blayney Shire is located on the Central Tablelands with the peaks of Mt. Canobolas and Mt Macquarie dominating the landscape. Throughout the region you'll find rolling hills, bubbling streams, green grass, blue skies and all the colours you associate with the distinct seasons.
With Blayney Shire's clean country air, a central location and four distinct seasons, a tour or holiday in one of Blayney's historic villages is a fantastic experience.
At the heart of Blayney Shire lies the major service and administration centre of Blayney - the industrial and employment centre of the region. Within a short distance are the historic and picturesque villages of Carcoar and Millthorpe, while history also abounds in other settlements including Lyndhurst, Mandurama, Neville and Newbridge.
The Belubula River is the dominant water course, starting in the high country between Bathurst and Orange and passing by the eastern side of Blayney before flowing into Carcoar Dam, an aquatic playground that is popular with sailors, windsurfers, water skiers and fishermen and just those who want to relax.
More information about accommodation, tourism attractions and other local visitor information is available on-line at the Tourism Website or from the Blayney Tourist and Community Information Centre, 97 Adelaide Street, Blayney.
Last modified: 02 Feb 2017