Women who enjoy activities at Lake Keepit Sailing Club may soon have proper change room facilities, if sitting Nationals' MP Mark Coulton is re-elected to the Parkes seat.
Mr Coulton has pledged $15,000 to build the facilities at the club, and said it was part of the Liberal and Nationals' $150 million commitment to upgrade female change rooms across Australia.
"This investment is about giving women and girls every opportunity to participate in sports and physical activity," Mr Coulton said.
"Too often, females don't have access to appropriate change room facilities, which results in them having to get changed behind towels or in cars.
"For females wanting to get involved in their local sporting club, not having these facilities can be a major deterrent."
Mr Coulton said he hoped more women would get involved in community sport after the change rooms and facilities had been installed.
The change rooms would build on the club's work to upgrade and extend its facilities with the help of more than $80,000 Drought Communities Program funding.
Club commodore Ian Pine said in March the top deck extension would provide the extra room but not the facilities.