Blayney to host communication information forum.

Top five telecommunications companies coming to Blayney

Do you have questions regarding the NBN and your connection to it?

Maybe the range of plans and options being offered by the big suppliers have you baffled?

Help is on its way with a communication information forum to be held in Blayney on the Thursday March 11.

Open to local businesses and community members from across the region, some of the major telecommunications providers including Telstra, Optus, NBN, Aussie Broadband, Wi-Sky and Bathurst based business, PeakConnect, will feature at the forum.

Recently established by the Australian Government to provide independent advice to regional communities on technology solutions to support their needs, The Regional Tech Hub will also be involved at the forum.

The forum has been put together by Regional Development Australia Central West in partnership with the Central NSW Joint Organisation of Councils.

The major service providers will give updates and information surrounding connectivity and coverage in regional areas so attendees can walk away with a better understanding of their needs and mostly importantly, the options available in the Central West.

RDA Central West CEO, Sam Harma said the forum is an outstanding opportunity for local businesses and members of the community to hear directly from industry leaders.

"Every customer's needs and options are different but the common factor is reliability, and this is vital for those living and working in regional areas," said Mr Harma.


The Communications Information Forum will be held at the Blayney Community Centre on Thursday March 11 from 12:30pm to 2pm.

Entry is free and lunch will be provided thanks to the generous support of the Central NSW JO.

Due to catering and COVID-19 restrictions we strongly encourage participants to register at

For more information, please contact RDA Central West on (02) 6369 1600 or email