The drought will prove no issue for the region's muddiest event this year, with Lake Keepit Kommando to be held this Sunday for anyone willing to attempt the tough course.
Water restrictions across the region will not affect the event, NSW Office of Sport's western cluster director Casey Grice told the Namoi Valley Independent.
Mr Grice said the course was "located on a significant part" of Lake Keepit so there was sufficient water to service the event.
"We're ensuring that everything we deliver is within the existing water restrictions," he said.
"The existing space services the program well and we're keen to keep it consistent like it has in last years."
It will be held at Lake Keepit Sport and Recreation Centre on Sunday from 10am-1pm, and will see North West residents work hard to get through an 8km obstacle course.
Both adults and children alike will tackle the 40 obstacle courses and fight their way through thick mud to reach the ending.
Mr Grice said the NSW Office of Sport was hoping to see many people take on the challenge.
"We're hoping to see over 100 both children and adults on the course experiencing the program and testing their agility and endurance of fitness across the course," he said.
Tickets cost $25 for children and $45 for adults, and can be purchased through the NSW Office of Sport website.
More information can be found on this website or the Facebook event page.