Hay



Hay is a town in the Riverina region of New South Wales and is the centre of Hay Shire Council and also the centre of a prime sheep and cattle grazing industry on the Hay Plains.

Hay is at the junction of the Sturt, Cobb and Mid-Western Highways and is an important transport centre. On the banks of the Murrumbidgee River, which is part of the Murray-Darling river system, Hay has a population of approximately 2800 people.

Hay was first settled in the 1830s and has grown consistently since then.

Pet friendly accommodation in Hay consists of pet friendly cottages pet friendly farmstays, pet friendly bed and breakfasts, and pet friendly caravan parks, whilst pet services in and around Hay include vets, farriers, pet breeders, Hay pet transport operators, horse riding opportunities, dog grooming and washing businesses, pet shops, pet food outlets, Hay pet friendly dining venues, boarding kennels and catteries, pet training and dog obedience schools, pet supplies, pet insurance agents, and Hay also has a highly respected pet rescue service.

Hay is truly a lovely friendly town and the residents love seeing visitors wandering around Hay and the surrounding district, so why don't you take some time out to sample some of the good old-fashioned Hay hospitality that is on offer and play Hay on your holiday itinerary in the near future.

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