Blayney Town & Around website
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Blayney Local Regional Produce
Blayney - Community information, history, Clubs and Groups, transport services, local regional produce and Blayney Area map.
Industry and mining play the major role in the Blayney area's economy.
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One of the most advanced livestock facilities in Australia today, the Central Tablelands Livestock Exchange (CTLX) services the Central Tablelands areas of - Orange to Blayney, Bathurst, Oberon and Molong, Canowindra and Cowra,
The Cadia and Ridgeway Gold/Copper mines are also bringing wealth and jobs with the outlook for further mining development looking bright.
A Cold Store Warehouse centre is gaining momentum, coupled with the road rail intermodal terminal.  Blayney Foods is the only major cold storage warehousing outside of the Sydney region.
Nestle Purina (Friskies Pet Care a division of Nestle) is the Australian manufacturing base for pet food for domestic and international markets.
FCL Interstate Transport Services Pty Ltd operates the Blayney Intermodal Terminal at the Blayney railway yard - with a large dedicated train to Port Botany daily.
There is an emerging vineyard industry ranging from a number of small specialist vineyards - to a 200 hectare vineyard with a large variety of red and white grapes.
The region also has a Commercial Laundry Service, Treated Pine industry, Queen Bee Exporters, Steel fabricators, road transport services and premixed concrete plants.
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.

Blayney was largely an agricultural area but nowadays industry and mining play the major role in the area's economy.
Blayney NSW one of 18 regions in the HIGHWAY WEST family of Town sites.
Highway West family of Central West, Central Tablelands & Blue Mountains NSW - Town Sites.
Cadia Valley Mining
Cadia Hill and Ridgeway/Ridgeway Deeps Mines
On the Mid Western Highway, Carcoar in the Blayney Shire is one of the most advanced livestock facilities in Australia today>  The Central Tablelands Livestock Exchange (CTLX) gives the Central Tablelands and Blayney area a state of the art livestock auction facility.
Servicing the Central Tablelands areas of - Orange to Blayney, Bathurst, Oberon and Molong, Canowindra and Cowra,
Carcoar historic village is set in a dell by the oak-lined banks of the Belubula River
CARCOAR HISTORIC VILLAGE
Carcoar is a village of untouched 19th century charm, that feels like a traditional English village.