Plan your visit

Platform Arts Hub Blayney

  • art gallery
  • community hub
  • shop selling work by regional and local artists
  • creative arts workshops
  • community activities
  • spaces for hire

Getting here

By car: Blayney is 30 minutes from Bathurst, 35 minutes from Orange, 50 minutes from Cowra, 3 hours and 20 minutes to Sydney.

By train: The XPT travels stops daily at Blayney railway Station (towards Millthorpe and Orange in the morning, return in the afternoon). CountryLink buses also stop at Blayney from Bathurst, Cowra, Orange. See Sydney Trains for timetables and tickets.


Free parking on site.

Free caravan and RV parking right outside the station, with a dump point nearby in Henry St


Building is wheelchair accessible. Unisex accessible toilets.

What’s Nearby

In Blayney see the Odd Sock Gallery (on Farm Lane), the Blayney Craft and Visitor Information Centre (on Adelaide St in the Ironbark Cafe), historic Athol Gardens, Goose Park, Carrington Park, Centrepoint Swimming Centre and Gym, Church Hill Lookout, equestrian facilities, heritage homes and churches, Heritage Park with tennis courts and skate park, wetlands.

See the Orange-360 site for lots of information about Blayney Shire villages and attractions.

See all galleries, shopping for handmade, public art, heritage and Aboriginal experiences in Blayney and the wider region at Culture Maps Central NSW 

Blayney Railway Station: Cnr Adelaide St and Railway Lane, Blayney NSW, Australia.

0493 129 653

ABN: 13 733 772 431

10:00 am – 4:00 pm
10:00 am – 4:00 pm
10:00 am – 2:00 pm
10:00 am – 2:00 pm

About us

Platform Arts Hub Blayney is an art gallery and community hub located at the Blayney Railway Station in Central NSW. The continually changing cultural and exhibition program, showcases regional and local artists, meaning there is always something new and exciting to inspire you.

Get involved and hands on with the creative arts workshops and various community activities.

Station History

Platform is located in the refurbished 1876 heritage listed Blayney Railway Station. 

It originally served as a junction for passenger and goods trains to Dubbo in the north-west and Cowra in the south-west. Because it was a junction, all passengers had to get out to change trains and this is where Blayney got its reputation as being “very cold but with a warm heart”.

Our Partners

The project is funded by FRRR’s Tackling Tough Times Together program with a top up from Arts OutWest via the NSW Government’s Arts Restart funding package.

Partners are Sydney Trains, PLATFORM Committee of Blayney Town Association, Blayney Shire Council and Arts OutWest.

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