Blayney Town & Around website Central NSW, Central West NSW The Heart of country New South Wales Central NSW, Central West NSW Can't find what you're looking for? Try the SEARCH box Blayney is located in 'heritage country' in the Central Tablelands, Central West of NSW, midway between Orange and Bathurst (35 - 40K from both towns), and approximately 235K from Sydney . Many of the town buildings are classified by the National Trust and down Adelaide Street you'll be able to see classical Victorian government buildings and churches. In Autumn Blayney has avenues of brilliant colour with the many colourful deciduous trees on display. One of the few areas that have four distinct seasons. Jan: Carcoar Australia Day Festival Nov: Carcoar Running Festival BLAYNEY ATTRACTIONS, ACTIVITIES: BLAYNEY AREA EVENTS Calendar:
The Blayney Windfarm - 15 Wind Turbine Generators situated between between Carcoar Dam and Mount Macquarie. Carcoar is a village of untouched 19th century charm, that feels like a traditional English village. A multi-purpose, vibrant open space containing a number of different facilities catering for children, adults, families and groups, walkers and cyclists and passing motorists. The Belubula river begins in the hills between Bathurst and Orange and flows via the eastern side of Blayney on into the Carcoar Dam - a popular place for sailing, Wind surfing, water ski-ing, fishing and picnics and camping. The town of Blayney has a population of around 3,000 with the population of the Blayney Local Government Area reaching 7,180 in 2009. Carcoar Dam situated on the Belubula River, between the town of Blayney and the village of Carcoar . Water skiing, sailing, wind surfing, swimming and fishing Blayney NSW one of 18 regions in the HIGHWAY WEST family of Town sites. Blayney Weather, News, TV Programs, Sports News, Lottery Results, Horoscopes and more..