GUNNEDAH is cementing itself as a hotspot destination in country NSW for must-see murals with a new artwork now complete.
The newest mural addition located in the CBD was perfectly timed to coincide with the Maize Mill mural which is gaining attention right across the country.
Arts Gunnedah's Jade Punch said she was really proud of how the community had pulled together to complete the project.
"Everyone worked as a wonderful collaborative team, especially in the face of the challenges over the past year," she said.
"The beautiful bright colours really capture the vibrancy of the personalities of our members and the way we worked together to create it.
"It's a really vibrant, large beautiful piece of art and the idea was that it would capture our culture through colour and movement."
The artwork is located in the walkway from Conadilly Street through to Coles and easily accessible to all locals.
The work features references to many different community groups and Aboriginal culture, as well as Gunnedah's art and cultural side.
It also features the green plains of agricultural land, the local fishing scene and Gunnedah's famous koalas.
The painting was a collaborative effort between Arts Gunnedah and members of the community and funded by more than $20,000 from the Drought Communities Program.
Ms Punch said she hopes to see similar projects happening in the near future.
"I think it does seem to be the way that Gunnedah is going, that we're becoming more vibrant and there's more to see," she said.
"Our town really is beautiful and if we can use that vibrancy in art to move people around town more, then we can use it as a tool to bring people together and help them appreciate what makes us unique as Gunnedah."