Payments of $750 will start to flow to eligible social security recipients at Dubbo from this week as the second round of a stimulus package kicks into gear.
About five million Australians are expected to receive the support aimed at keeping the economy afloat during the coronavirus crisis.
Recipients of the age and disability support pensions, carers payments and family tax benefits are among those who may receive the payment.
Parkes MP Mark Coulton said those benefits would flow through to Dubbo and other communities in his electorate.
"There have been some questions come to me why are these particular cohort of people getting this payment," he said.
"There's five million Australians that will receive the $750 payment, but basically because, two reasons.
"Obviously they are the lowest income people in the country, but also they're more likely to return that money back into the local economy and at the moment the local economy, particularly retail needs a real boost, and this is probably the quickest way for the government to get the funds into the hands of people who are likely to spend it the quickest."
When asked if he had any spending suggestions, Mr Coulton said he would be reluctant to offer any, but expressed faith recipients would "know what they will need".
"Obviously clothes for kids, a lot of essentials, car repairs, things like that I think are the sort of things that get told to me that quite often get put on hold," he said.
"And if it enables someone to buy a new set of tyres for their car, rather than having to pay for that out of their age pension, that helps them out, and is also good for a local business and provides employment.
"So they're the sort of things that I think, I wouldn't suggest people would be spending it on frivolous things because I think largely my understanding is that the five million Australians who will receive this will appreciate what it can do for them and that's how it will be spent."
A first economic support payment was rolled out from March to a wider group of people on social security and Mr Coulton said he had received some positive responses from recipients.
"I got a couple of nice emails, particularly from aged pensioners, who said there were a couple of bills they needed to pay, or jobs around the house that needed doing that they hadn't been able to afford.
"So my feeling is the first round was well-received and I would expect this one... would be the same."
The payments will be delivered through this month. People living in Australia and with a payment or concession card on July 10 should get it automatically, according to Minister for Government Services Stuart Robert.