Blyth

Urban

The area located on the western side of the Clare Hills, alternates from hilly in the east, to flat in the west. Graziers settled the area in the middle 1800s. The railway helped to develop the town of Blyth and it was once quite a large centre.

Now Blyth is a quaint country town. Its hills offer stunning views of the western plains, with a scenic patchwork of colours created by different crops, especially in spring and autumn. Join the short interpretative botanical walking trail.

First proclaimed in 1860, the Hundred of Blyth was named in honour of Sir Arthur Blyth who arrived in South Australia as a teenager with his parents in 1839 and went on to become a successful business man and parliamentarian. The town of Blyth was created in 1875.

In Blyth it is the original German Saint Petrie Kirche Lutheran Church that will delight the visitor. Whilst the 1886 building with its tall steeple is a timely reminder of the many nationalities that first settled in this area, today the building is the Medika Gallery.

Nearby Accommodation

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front of coach house

Coach House, St Helen’s Country Cottages

Clare, Clare and Gilbert Valleys

Cabin accommodation at Clare Valley holiday park

Discovery Parks – Clare

Clare, Clare and Gilbert Valleys

Guests can enjoy bonfires under the stars at Bungaree Station

Bungaree Station

Clare, Clare and Gilbert Valleys

Nearby Things to Do

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Blyth Golf Course, Blyth, Clare Valley, South Australia

Blyth Golf Club

Blyth, Wakefield

Padnaindi Reserve, Blyth, South Australia. Farming, A Way Of Life - A Common Thread

Farming; A Way Of Life – A Common Thread

Blyth, Wakefield

Canola & view across Blyth Plains fro Lomandra Walk Trail

Lomandra Walking Trail

Blyth, Wakefield