The Curlewis Progress Association is full of plans for the future of the township.
Member Casey West shared some of the association's hopes with Gunnedah's councillors at Wednesday's meeting in the Curlewis hall, raising the lack of footpaths and a much-needed upgrade of the town's tennis courts and public toilets.
"I think [our tennis courts] are the only clay courts left in NSW, but unfortunately, we don't have the manpower or the time to keep them maintained, so in the future we would like to see a couple of them done as all-weather courts so we could possibly get a tennis comp going again," she said.
"We have talked about at a couple of our meetings about upgrading the toilet facilities in the park to bring them up to standard because we have a lot of disabled people using public places and it would make it more friendly and suitable for those people."
The association would also like a footpath to be installed around the edge of the town for residents.
"We have a lot of people who like the exercise or walk in both the morning and afternoon and it can be a bit dangerous with the traffic and we thought eventually we'd like to look at possibly putting a walking track just around the edge of Curlewis ... a path that people can walk on, maybe pushbike and just enjoy," she said.
Mrs West pointed out the new air conditioner units in the main part of the hall, saying the association had raised the funds to install them and it had turned out to be a sound investment.
"Since they've been put up, the function use here at the hall has increased. We've got people coming out from Gunnedah now, hiring out the hall to use for functions, which is wonderful for our community," she said.
"Council has promised us that they will fund a couple more units in the back kitchen area, which are much needed, especially in summer time."