Ten members of Pambula Rotary Club will swap the beach for the bush this weekend, when they visit Trundle as part of the Adopt-A-Town initiative.

The initiative encourages members of Rotary Clubs to visit drought affected communities within New South Wales and provide practical and financial support.

Pambula Rotary Club Youth Director, Liz Bellette-Stubbs said "our members are really looking forward to meeting the Trundle community and making a positive contribution. We selected Trundle as Pambula's population is around the same size."

"We initially reached out back in September to find out how we can help, what the residents of Trundle need, and if there are any projects that we could get involved in during our stay."

During their visit, the Pambula Rotary members will help paint the childcare centre, assist with the Trundle Community Christmas Pool Party, meet with local school students and distribute donations. They will also meet with the Trundle Men's Shed and host a dinner at the Trundle Citizen Club, where they will meet with members of the Parkes Rotary Club as well as locals from across the region.

As a way of supporting the business community, the group will stay in Trundle's hotel and purchase supplies locally, where possible.

Trundle and District Progress Association Chairman, Peter Kelly said "our community is excited to host the members of Pambula Rotary Club this weekend."

"We appreciate the fact that they reached out to us, offering practical and financial support in this difficult time, and are keen to build a long-term relationship between our communities."

"It will be a real coast-to-country experience".

Parkes Shire Deputy Mayor, Cr Barbara Newton thanked the Pambula Rotary Club for their support during this difficult time.

"The drought has a flow-on effect, not just for landholders, but the businesses and broader community, so it is important that we come together and support each other."

"Positive initiatives, such as Adopt-A-Town, provide much-needed hands-on assistance, as well as some respite for the community."

Everyone is invited to attend the Trundle Community Christmas Pool Party and BBQ this Friday 23 November, from 5:30pm.