Blayney Shire has much to offer a visitor. Rich in history, attractions and friendly people. You can visit well preserved historic villages, see magnificent country homesteads, tour interesting museums, inspect historic buildings and view nature at its best. A range of accommodation options, shady parks and gardens, tourist information centre, art studios, craft outlets, and a water sport paradise at Carcoar Dam are available to visitors.
Indoor sporting facilities, including a heated swimming centre, gymnasium, aerobics room and a two court indoor stadium for basketball, volleyball or netball are catered for at CentrePoint Leisure Centre, Blayney. Clean country air, a central location and four distinct seasons make a tour or holiday a worthwhile experience.
Tourist attractions in the Blayney Area include the Blayney Wind Farm: the construction of the largest of its type in NSW. A viewing platform and interpretive centre are on the shores Carcoar Dam. The area boasts the historical villages of Millthorpe, Carcoar, Newbridge, Neville, Lyndhurst and Mandurama.
Most of the townships were settled in the early 1800's and as a consequence historical shop fronts, worker's cottage, bluestone churches and grand townhouses make a visit to these villages a trip back in history. Village cafes and gift shops are open to visitors at weekends and some days during the week.
Temperatures for Blayney Area
Blayney Area has moderate summer temperatures. The summer high temperature for Blayney Area is approximately 27 °c. The summer low temperature is approximately 11 °c.
Blayney Area has mild winter temperatures. The winter high temperature for Blayney Area is approximately 11 °c. The winter low temperature is approximately 1 °c.
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