Blayney Shire Council


Village Maps

  • Barry Village - Barry village developed in the second half of the 1800's with stores, a school (established in 1862), church, blacksmith, hall, carrier and homes for agricultural workers.
  • Blayney Township - First sighted by surveyor George Evans in 1813, there was settlement throughout the area between 1821 & 1828 before the gold rush of the 1850s and 60s sparked settlements including Blayney. The site decided upon for the township was in a picturesque valley with the Belubula River running along its eastern boundary.
  • Carcoar Village - Nestled in a small, sheltered valley through which wanders the Belubula River, Carcoar is the third oldest settlement west of the Blue Mountains. Carcoar offers a wealth of history and is a must for visitors to the Blayney Shire.
  • Lyndhurst Village - Once on the shortlist of locations for the Nation's Capital, Lyndhurst in the late 1880's boasted three banks, three general stores, a cinema, pub, professional photographer, farrier, baker, fruit shop, butcher, three garages, railway station, hall and showground.
  • Mandurama Village - Mandurama began in the mid 1800's as a private settlement for the nearby and large Icely family property, with workers on the property establishing their homes.
  • Millthorpe Village - Millthorpe Village boasts award winning restaurants, arts and antiques, a museum, boutique shops, hotels, wine tasting and accommodation enhancing its charm, sophistication and eclectic style.
  • Neville Village - Tucked away in a quiet corner of Blayney Shire, away from the highway traffic but retaining a proud sense of heritage and community spirit is Neville.
  • Newbridge Village - The town of Newbridge resulted from the arrival of the railway and construction of the station in 1876. Newbridge boats fine, old buildings, the Stringybark Craft Cottage and the Newbridge Cottage Garden Nursery.
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Blayney Shire Council

91 Adelaide Street, Blayney NSW 2799, Australia
PO Box 62, Blayney NSW 2799, Australia
Telephone: (02) 6368 2104

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9.00am - 4.30pm

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