Council Update

Documents on Public Exhibition

Following the July Ordinary Meeting, Council is seeking comment on the following documents now on public exhibition.
  • Gifts and Benefits Policy
  • Risk Management Policy
  • Legislative Compliance Policy
These documents are available for viewing by visiting Council’s website or Council’s Office.

Council is inviting written submissions to be received by Council prior to 5.00pm on Thursday 15 August 2019.

Position Vacant

Council currently has the following position available:
  • Casual Fitness Instructor (20190001)
Please refer to Council’s website for an Information Package and details of how to apply for this position.

Jump Inflatables Indoor Playground

The Jump Inflatables Indoor Playground is open every Saturday at CentrePoint Sport and Leisure from 10am to 3pm.

Cost of entry for 2 hours of play is:
  • Under 4 years = $13
  • 4 to 14 years = $15
  • 15 years and over = $10
  • Spectators free

This is a wonderful facility. If you haven’t been along yet make sure you do!

Free Cyber Security Workshop

Cyber-attacks are becoming increasingly common and are one of the major risks that a business can face these days. With an increase in the number and frequency of attacks on small businesses, cyber-attacks are now a serious issue for businesses of all sizes and failure to report date breaches may result in serious consequences.

Charles Sturt University is hosting a free information session to learn more about cyber security, the treats facing small to medium enterprises and how to protect your business.

This will be held on Wednesday 24 July 2019 commencing at 6pm at Building 1305, Panorama Avenue, Bathurst.

For further information please contact Tanveer Zia PhD on 6933 2024.

Community Financial Assistance Program Round 1 – 2019/20

Applications are invited for the second round under the 2019/20 Community Financial Assistance Program.

Local community organisations / individuals are invited to submit an application by Wednesday 31 July 2019. Applications lodged before 15 July 2019 will be reviewed and applicants will be contacted in the event of any errors or omissions in applications.

There are four categories of financial assistance:
  1. Recurrent financial assistance
  2. Non-recurrent financial assistance (excluding private industry community funding)
  3. Sporting related financial assistance
  4. Special project financial assistance
Applicants are required to obtain a copy of the guidelines and complete the application form.

Council will not consider requests for financial support (cash or in-kind) outside of this program.

Guidelines and application forms are available from Council’s website or from Council’s office.

Volunteers Needed at Blayney Visitors Information Centre

Looking to get more involved in the community? Want to put your local knowledge to good use?

The Blayney Visitor Information Centre is on the hunt for more volunteers to assist with providing information to tourists travelling through the region!
Volunteers in the Visitor Centre experience a very rewarding role as volunteers provide local knowledge on businesses, attractions and events contributing not only to the visitor’s positive tourism experience in Blayney but also assisting with the awareness and growth of our tourism businesses and attractions in the region. Volunteers will find helping tourists and meeting a range of people during their travels a very gratifying experience.  

Interested? Contact or visit  for more information.
Last modified: 18 Jul 2019

Blayney Shire Council

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

Council opening hours:
Monday to Friday
9.00am - 4.30pm

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