Lyndhurst - Blayney Shire Council

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Lyndhurst - Blayney Shire Council
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Main Street, Lyndhurst – Phone 02
Places of Interest
1 Royal Hotel
2 Campground
3 Memorial Hall
4 Autoport
5 Austarp
6367 5024
6 Lyndhurst Take Away
7 Team Penning
8 Lyndhurst Rifle Club
9 Lyndhurst Public School
10Lyndhurst Golf Course
AUSTARP
CANVAS & PVC TARPAULINS
SPECIALIZING IN TRUCK TARPS, UTE AND CANOPY COVERS
REPAIRS TO HORSE RUGS, SWAGS, TARPS
BOAT CANOPIES AND COVERS
CUSTOM MADE BAGS
CARAVAN AWNINGS AND ANNEXES
INDUSTRIAL SEWING
Let us cover your ASSets!
Open 11am 7 days • Pizza 7days
Bistro Thurs, Fri and Sat from 6pm
LYNDHURST
TAKE AWAY
0412 565 961
AUSTARP
CANVAS & PVC TARPAULINS
6452 MID WESTERN HIGHWAY
LYNDHURST NSW 2797
(cnr North Street)
[email protected]
Lyndhurst Autoport
FRESH FOOD, GOOD COFFEE,
FRIENDLY AND RELAXED ATMOSPHERE
Families and visitors welcome
30-32 Mt McDonald Road, Lyndhurst
Phone: 02 6367 4700
Open 7 days a week – Dine in or take away
Open 7am until 7pm – 7 days a week
Petrol Station and services • Fuel and oil • Mechanical repairs
Convenience store for groceries, milk, bread, toiletries and more
6518 Mid Western Highway Lyndhurst • 02 6367 4341
Proudly produced by Blayney Shire Council
Blayney Shire Visitor
Information Centre
97 Adelaide Street, Blayney NSW 2799
Open 7 days 10:00am to 4:00pm
02 6368 3534
[email protected]
www.visitblayney.com.au
www.visitblayney.com.au
The village of
Lyndhurst
History
Located on the Mid Western Highway about 26 kms
from Blayney and 43 kms from Cowra is the picturesque
country village of Lyndhurst. Just 50 minutes drive from
Bathurst and Orange, Lyndhurst is the gateway to South
Western NSW and an ideal destination for a day trip,
relaxing weekend or stopover.
About 250 locals enjoy the tranquillity of country life
with cultural and recreational activities on its doorstep.
The Lyndhurst Rifle Club was established in 1913, hosting
competitors with international accolades. The Public
School remains a centre of activities for families. The
Royal Hotel is the hub of the village and Stix & Stones
Cafe serves some of the best food and coffee around. The Autoport is conveniently located for fuel and supplies.
As an ‘RV friendly’ town, a warm welcome awaits at the
Lyndhurst Sports & Recreation Ground with new primitive
campground facilities. Play a round at the Lyndhurst Golf
Course. Enjoy a meal and meet the locals in the village.
AT THE LYNDHURST SPORTS
AND RECREATION GROUND
Local farming properties make a scenic landscape for
photographers. Well known for its thriving agricultural
industry and four distinct seasons, expect big open skies,
green pastures and picturesque waterways.
Explore the historic villages of nearby Mandurama, Carcoar,
Blayney and Millthorpe to indulge in wineries, fine food,
boutique shopping, museums, golf and indoor heated
swimming at the CentrePoint Sport & Leisure Centre, Blayney.
Visit the Japanese Gardens, POW camp and memorial, and
restaurants in Cowra 43 kms away.
Memorial Hall
VILLAGE
CAMPGROUND
Surrounding area
Lyndhurst Soldiers’
LYNDHURST
PRIMITIVE
First established in 1861
and later proclaimed a village in 1885, Lyndhurst is rich in
history. Famous for the discovery of gold at Junction Reefs
which created Lyndhurst as the hub of services to the
people in the gold fields. Lyndhurst was once considered
one of ten towns on the short list to be the national capital
before Canberra was chosen.
• Plenty of parking for self-contained
motor homes and caravans
• Amenities available including toilets,
dump point, potable water
RICHARD BLOOMFIELD 0427 201 824 OR DEAN PLATT 0411 032 932
Available for hire including chairs, tables, crockery
Richard Bloomfield 0427 201 824 or Vicky Pulling 0418 956 147
Russart St, Lyndhurst 2797
Drive 49 kms to Canowindra for stunning canola fields,
ballooning and fossils at the Age of Fishes Museum.
Take the boat, have a picnic or go fishing at one of
the scenic dams. Popular recreational areas are a short
drive away at Carcoar Dam and wind farm, 17 kms and
Wyangala Dam, 44 kms.
Events
• Lyndhurst Community Market Day is held annually in
October for local market stalls and bands.
• Team Penning – Regular events held at the Lyndhurst
Golf Course.
• Carcoar Cup Running Festival in November includes
a kids’ dash through to an ultra-marathon in
picturesque country.
• Some of the best country shows and fairs are held
annually in the Blayney area. Visit the Neville Show,
Carcoar Show and Blayney Show.
• Check the www.visitblayney.com.au website for
‘What’s On’ details.
LYNDHURST
Team Penning
A fun family day out with regular
events throughout the year including
March, May and November, check
[email protected] or
Facebook @LyndhurstTeamPenning
Phone 0487 381 859