Blayney offers country town charm, brilliant avenues of colourful deciduous trees in Autumn and has four distinct seasons, often with snowfalls in the area during winter. There are historic buildings to explore with classical Victorian buildings and churches and many buildings classified by the National Trust.
Lots to Do...there are magnificent old country homesteads, museums, fossicking at old mining sites in the region, bush walking, cycling, horse riding, water sports and fishing, plus waterfalls and majestic caves to visit and explore.
Camping, swimming, water skiing, sailing and wind surfing are popular activities at nearby Carcoar Dam and see green energy in action at the Blayney Wind Farm.
Our Thanks - could you please mention the Blayney Town & Around website when contacting any of the businesses, organisations listed.
Located in the town library in Adelaide Street, the museum houses a display of rural and domestic tools and implements from yesteryear which relates to the history and development of Blayney and district..
Museum Open Hours -
Mon, Tues, Thurs - 11am - 1pm AND 2pm - 5pm.
Fri - 2pm - 6pm
Sat - 10am - 12pm.
CHURCH HILL LOOKOUT
Overlooking the town of Blayney the view from the lookout provides a great perspective of Blayney and its Industry.
When entering Blayney from Bathurst on the Mid Western Hwy, turn right into Marshall's Lane, then left into Lowe Street.