Dundullimal Homestead will receive $7,200 from the State Government's Community Building Partnerships program to restore three rooms in the Grooms Quarters.
Dundullimal Homestead's property manager Karen Hagan was excited to receive the grant.
"The grant has enabled the National Trust of Australia (NSW) to increase and upgrade exhibition space at Dundullimal Homestead," Ms Hagan said.
"The renovations in the groom's quarters will enhance visitor engagement by providing the Trust with an opportunity to tell more of the stories associated with this important heritage property."
In awarding the grant Member for the Dubbo Electorate Dugald Saunders said he was determined to see the region bounce back from COVID-19.
"Community Building Partnerships is a grassroots funding program aimed at helping communities improve their assets, and this funding will greatly enhance the visitor experience at Dundullimal Homestead.
"If these renovations can be completed in time for the Homestead's reopening post-COVID-19 - that's my hope. When tourism reopens in regional NSW, I want the Dubbo electorate to be ready."
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