Blyth is an intersect town between Clare and Snowtown. Blyth is a very small town, but that said does have some interesting characteristics. Not sufficiently though to make a diversion. Blythe is a very friendly place.
The township was proclaimed in 1860 and 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 businessman and parliamentarian. The township of Blyth was founded in 1875. The town is named for the northern English city of Blyth.
Blyth is recognized as being a strong small community with a big spirit. The town today boasts a General Store, Post Office, Pub and Gallery/Studio, as well as sporting facilities for football, netball, bowls, cricket and golf. Several businesses based in Blyth service the region. A recent addition is the Blyth Cinema housed in a renovated Masonic Hall.
If travelling through and the timing is right pop into that imposing hotel.