The Premer CWA building has recently received a well-needed facelift.
The building was repainted using $15,000 in funding Liverpool Plains Shire Council (LPSC) successfully gained through the state government's local drought stimulus package.
LPSC mayor Doug Hawkins said the building was an important community asset which houses the local health service.
"It is vital that investment is made in our smaller shire communities and this is one of a number of community infrastructure projects being undertaken, following community consultation, in the shire's villages, designed to support social and community sustainability," he said.
"There is more to come in Premer with council also successfully gaining $30,000 through the same program for the refurbishment of the rotunda area at the Lions Park Premer recreation grounds precinct, a project that is planned to be completed during this financial year."