A mural on the 21-metre Nevertire Water Reservoir will be the first step in making the Warren Shire a destination for celebrating art.
Warren Shire Council has adopted a public arts masterplan.
The goal is to create murals, sculptures, street and urban art to festivals and events will establish an art scene for both residents and visitors to enjoy.
The first major developments for the masterplan include a series of murals across the region.
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Refurbishment work is currently under way on the Nevertire Water Reservoir, but once it's complete, it will be covered with a mural designed by the community.
"We hope to grow our local arts content and use locations across Warren Shire as a platform to celebrate our community spirit," Warren Shire mayor Milton Quigley said.
"From showcasing Wayilwan inspired art to urban sculptures, we have plans for a diverse and unique art trail across the shire."
Shire residents can share their thoughts on the public murals via the Warren Shire Council website.
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