Blayney is located between Cowra and Bathurst on the Mid Western Highway. It is a major regional centre. Avenues of deciduous trees look stunning in autumn. One of the major attractions of Blayney is water sports, camping and picnic. 11 km of North West of Blayney there are quaint shopfronts, art and craft shops, historic churches and golden memories museum. There is also a blacksmith`s shop and old Victorian era kitchens.
First bank hold up of NSW
14 km south west of Blayney is National Trust classified village of Carcoar. This place is witness to the first bank hold up in 1863.
50 km south east of Blayney there are Abercrombie Caves. Abercrombie Caves are set out in a 220-hectare reserve which features the largest natural limestone arch in the southern hemisphere.
Taroona Wool Park
Taroona Wool Park is 5 km North East of Blayney visitors can witness local art and craft.