Grieving mother Erin Ray has told Dubbo residents that her family is "loving our new home".
The Ray family returned to Dubbo on Tuesday after the death of their eldest son and brother Mitchell at Bear Cottage at Manly on Sunday.
Seven-year-old Mitchell lost his almost year-long battle with stage-four and metastatic neuroblastoma surrounded by his loving family.
Mitchell was transported back to Dubbo on Monday with his family following on Tuesday.
Nettie and Neil Williams, part of a "core group" of seven people who led the home makeover project, welcomed home Erin, husband Jeremy, and their two youngest children Hannah and Connor.
In a video posted on the Mitchell Blasts Neuroblastoma Facebook page on Tuesday, Mrs Ray has shown off the work undertaken on the family's West Dubbo home by community members, businesses and the Rotary Club of Dubbo South.
During a tour of the house, she struggles to contain tears when entering Mitchell's room which has been decorated to a superhero theme.
Mrs Ray promises Hannah and Connor it will be a "nice, happy space".
"Thank you so much everybody," Mrs Ray says at the end of the tour.
"We are loving our new home."
The makeover of the home included internal and external painting, new carpet, curtains and furniture, renovation of its bathroom and a spruce up outdoors.
Mrs Ray said the home had been empty since January when the family relocated to Sydney to be with Mitchell and had "suffered a lot from last summers dust storms".
"Coming home without Mitchell has been tough, but we have an amazing new space to cheer us up while we continue to remember him in the home he has lived in all his life," she said.