Carcoar 19th century historic village is set in a dell by the oak-lined banks of the Belubula River With steep hills surrounding it, Carcoar is a village of untouched 19th century charm, that feels like a traditional English village. Carcoar Dam situated on the Belubula River, between the town of Blayney and the village of Carcoar and near to Bathurst , Central Tablelands, Central West NSW Australia The Carcoar Dam was built in 1970 - officially opening on 11th December. It captures the waters from the Belubula River system. Popular activities at the dam are water skiing, sailing, wind surfing, swimming and fishing - a boat ramp is available. A picnic area with shelter and electric BBQ's is also available. Facilities for camping with grassy, shady sites overlooking the lake and wind farm , septic toilets and cold shower facilities are provided. Blayney Town & Around website Central West NSW Carcoar Dam Central West NSW Our Thanks - could you please mention the Blayney Town & Around website when contacting any of the businesses, organisations listed. The Carcoar Dam Sailing Club (originally the Orange Sailing Club) has been located at the dam since 1973, opening a clubhouse in January 1980. Drought years have their effect with the water levels becoming too low for sailing and members have to sail at other nearby venues. The Carcoar Dam Sailing Club CDSC remains one of the last remaining active and financially-viable sailing clubs in the Central West. Can't find what you're looking for? Try the SEARCH box PHOTO GALLERY: Click any image to view the larger image Gallery slide show.
Carcoar is a village of untouched 19th century charm, that feels like a traditional English village. Blayney NSW one of 18 regions in the HIGHWAY WEST family of Town sites.