The loos are in line for a makeover at Emerald Hill's historic hall.
The corrugated iron toilet blocks will be replaced with three buildings in the coming months after $90,000 was announced for the project on Friday.
The overhaul will be financed by the Drought Communities Program and progress association chair Scott McCalman said the upgrade was "overdue".
Local Maxine McDonald said the toilet blocks were at least 50 years old and the change would make a "massive difference" because the hall is heavily utilised.
The new Colour Bond toilet blocks will be constructed by a local builder and include disabled access. The same builder will install a new concrete slab and awning funded by Community Building Partnership Program.
The association is hopeful the development application for the toilet block will be expedited by Gunnedah Shire Council so the work can be completed by the funding deadline, June 30.
"The builder said he would like to start in mid-May and be finished in four weeks," Mr McCalman said.
The hall will be "out of action" when the work is under way. Electrical work will also be undertaken with funds from the Community Building Partnership Program and Monsanto's Foundation for Rural & Regional Renewal fund.
Mr McCalman said the association had been "chipping away" at its wish list for the hall, with many improvements made over the years, including a new stage and fresh coat of paint.
"Any money we get from here can go to air-conditioners, then we'll be up to speed," he said.