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Blyth Attractions



Medika Gallery
Blyth
Medika Gallery is a fine art gallery, selling Australian glassware, pottery, crystal, prints, main line original and professional paintings by Australian artists, with the added attraction of resident wildlife artist, Ian Roberts painting in the attached studio. Ian is a painter of Australian birds and plants.
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Categories: Galleries, Museums and Collections;
Lomandra Walking Trail
Blyth
The Lomandra Walking Trail opened in April 2010 and is a two and a half hour return walk beside the Blyth Golf Course. Hundreds of local provenance plants line the walk, many with descriptive signage. In winter and spring the walk has wide views across the Blyth Plains to the Clare Hills and Hummocks Ranges. The walk has a gentle gradient and is suitable for all ages. Visitors can also take in a game of golf starting from the Clubhouse (a winter/spring course only) at very low fees.
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Categories: Scenic Drives and Walks; Sports and Recreation Facilities;
Brooks Lookout
Blyth
Brooks Lookout was opened in 2001 and gives visitors to the Clare Valley the opportunity to picnic at one of the big Australian panoramas.
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Categories: Landmarks and Buildings; Natural Attractions;
Blyth Golf Club
Blyth
The Blyth Golf Club features an 18 hole course with sand greens. It boasts a licensed bar which is only open on club days. Ladies club days are on Wednesdays and men's club days are on Saturdays, with an Ambrose competition on Sundays. The course is only open during the winter season due to extreme heat during the summer. Par for the course is 72 and its Australian course rating is 66, with a length of 5658 metres.
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Categories: Sports and Recreation Facilities;



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