Coleambally and Darlington Point will see their town centres brightened up after Murrumbidgee Council announced a project aimed at beautifying the areas.
The project seeks to add planter boxes, street art, new lighting and new trees in Coleambally and Darlington Point.
Murrumbidgee mayor Ruth McRae said the project aims to create a stronger cultural identity for each town by making each development unique to the town.
"Beautifying our townships has many benefits," Councillor McRae said.
"They become more attractive places to live and visit, which then flows on to improving the quality of life for our residents.
"Darlington Point - for instance - has a rich indigenous history as well as a strong connection with the Murrumbidgee River, so these elements will be developed in the revitalisation plan."
The project comes as tenders for a proposed redevelopment of Coleambally's Brolga Place is due to close on August 3, with the redevelopment looking to install new verandas and a street reserve to the already existing shop fronts, while also building new verandas for the council offices.
Cr McRae said the beautification project in Coleambally will run in conjunction with the Brolga Place redevelopment, with the intention to "build off" the
The projected cost of the project is $725,000 with the project funded through the federal government's Drought Communities Program.
Cr McRae said the project is part of an ongoing program, with no date of completion for the project, but construction will be staged as funds are added.
Murrumbidgee Council are looking for submissions as to the project, with anyone interested in the project encouraged to contact Council's planning and environment manager Kelly Tyson on 0447 066 181.