Blyth is an exciting town in the Mid North of South Australia with unlimited opportunities.Blyth's farming community spans on the plains between the Clare Hills in the east and the Barunga Ranges in the west. Blyth's town population is 300 people with a further 100 people living on farms, and has an average rainfall of 420mm. The district's climate and soil are well suited to growing cereal, legumes, hay, olives, cattle, sheep and pigs. Blyth is well known to its district neighbours for its strong small community and big spirit. Never afraid to "have a go".
In 1989 a design for a Blyth flag was selected from 26 entries. The final design depicts yellow for our golden grain, blue for the clear blue skies, red for the historical sporting colours, green for the new winter season and finally the Southern Cross a feature of our night skies. The flag is flown at Padnaindi Reserve at special community events.
Although Blyth has lost some services to Clare 15kms away, other businesses have grabbed the opportunity and made the move to Blyth, enjoying the tranquillity, space, community, lifestyle, weather and lower costs of living, especially property. A new residential subdivision "Benbournie Estate" was officially opened in 2006.
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