Some chalk art may also appear in Wellington's Nanima Cresent as well as the Western Plains Cultural Centre.
Three-dimensional artists Zac Craig and Anton Pulvirenti will be working their magic on the pavement in the coming days.
Council has also hinted that there will be a few surprises at the Adventure Playground.
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The public can get involved through the Chalk Challenge.
Anyone who creates their own chalk artwork between October 2 and 11 is encouraged to share the a photo on social media using #ChalkChallengeDRC for a chance to win art classes with artist Jack Randall.
The theme of the challenge is 'what does your community mean to you?'.
Dubbo mayor Ben Shields said the Chalk Walk was a good initiative for Dubbo and the best part was that it was safe for everyone.
"The reason that I like that is because I believe every individual has some creative outlet and different skills and this is a way for a lot of people to get involved from the littlest kids right through to the older folks," Cr Shields said.
The mayor said he encouraged everyone to get out and "have a crack at it".
"It's a great initiative, especially when we've had a year of stopping and starting and things coming to a giant halt. I'm pleased this is something we can get the community involved in," Cr Shields said.
His long-term plan is for the Chalk Walk to become and annual Dubbo event that draws tourists to the city.
On Friday, council is hosting Chalk and Cheese at the Dubbo Regional Theatre and Convention Centre.
There'll be live music, chalk art and as the name suggests, cheese.
More information is available on the DRTCC website.