A farming town in the Central West Region of NSW just 30 minutes from the regional centres of Bathurst and Orange.
Blayney is about 240 km west of Sydney and half an hour from both Bathurst and Orange.
The town has a Victorian-era feel with many town buildings classified by the National Trust. Its avenues of beautiful trees, adds to its charm and accentuates its distinct four-season climate.
There are airports at Bathurst and Orange. Orange Regional Airport is just over a 20 min drive from Blayney and Bathurst Airport is a 40 min drive. Daily flights to Sydney are available from both airports with Regional Express (REX).
Blayney multi-purpose service includes an emergency department and 20 residential aged care beds. Services include diabetes prevention, speech pathology, physiotherapy and transitional aged care.
Nearby Orange Health Service is a major rural referral health service providing a large range of services, the closest mental health team are based there. Bathurst Hospital also provides a range of services including emergency, acute care, general surgery, maternity and rehabilitation.
There is an Ambulance Service of NSW station in Blayney.