Blayney Chronicle is the only detailed source of local news for the people of Blayney Shire. Compiled by a small but dedicated staff of professionals, Blayney Chronicle keeps its readers abreast of all issues relating to the shire and the people who live within its boundaries. A weekly publication with a very high penetration rate, it keeps its readers informed, entertained and educated. Blayney Chronicle is also sold through newsagents in Orange and Bathurst.

Located in the historical Central West NSW, it is in the Blayney Shire where history is most alive hence the name ‘Blayney Shire – Heritage Country’. Here you can visit well preserved historic villages, see magnificent country homesteads, tour interesting museums, inspect historic buildings, fossick at old mining sites and view nature at its best.

There are many sporting facilities, a range of accommodation options, shady parks and gardens, art studios, craft outlets along with water-

sports and camping. With a pet food plant, rail container terminal, nearby mining operations and associated industries, Blayney itself is a progressive yet parochial town that supports large industry as well as traditional agricultural and farming enterprises all boosted by excellent transport links and close proximity to the large regional centres of Orange, Bathurst and Cowra.




EGN: T84 format
Classifieds: 38cm x 8columns


Blayney, Abercrombie, Barry, Bathampton, Byng, Carcoar, Curragh, Gallymount, Hobbys Yards, Lyndhurst, Mandurama, Millthorpe, Mount Mcdonald, Neville, Newbridge, Panuara, Rock Forest, Rockley, Roseberg, Spring Hill, The Lagoon, Trunkey, Wimbledon