Residents have not been battering down the doors of the Blue House but its architect is pleased to see their numbers "growing each open day".
Dubbo Regional Council has turned its property at 20 William Farrer Drive into a model for water-wise living in a bid to help the community learn how to save water in their own homes.
The Blue House, first revealed to the public on June 23, opens on Tuesdays from 12pm to 2pm, and on the first Saturday of the month from 9am to 12pm.
Its first Saturday opening last weekend drew 10 adults and six children, bringing to about 50 the total number of attendees to date.
Council's director of infrastructure Julian Geddes reports the first visit by a school group will take place after the current holidays.
"Everyone who has been through the house has commented on what a great interactive tool it is to engage with people of all ages on water-saving practices," he said this week.
"The number of people attending the Blue House is growing each open day and that's a great result for council."
Mr Geddes does not consider more regular rain and Burrendong Dam getting closer to 25 per cent of capacity to have impacted community interest in saving water.
"Considering the community usage figures published each week on the Dubbo Regional Council website and Facebook page, the community is still maintaining the daily target of 320 litres (L) per person per day or below," he said.
"This would suggest a willingness to reduce water consumption and participate in water-saving practices."
Residents used 199L per person per day in the weekend ending July 5, well below the level three water restrictions target of 320L.