The team at Reynolds and Fogarty Bus Service, in conjunction with Transport NSW, is upgrading the On Demand Public Transport Service in Moree.
A new bus, with wheel-chair access, has been added to the fleet.
As part of the upgrade, Reynolds Fogarty wishes to feature local art on the new bus.
An art competition for all media types is now open and Moree indigenous artists are encouraged to submit artworks.
There is $5000 prize money up for grabs and the opportunity for artists to see their work displayed on the Reynolds and Fogarty fleet.
A $500 annuity will also be paid for the duration of works displayed.
Reynolds and Fogarty manager Andrew Amos said Reynolds and Fogarty hopes to make the art competition an annual event."The competition is open to all art forms, including painting, weaving, textiles, carving, pottery, sculpture and photography," Mr Amos said.
Closing time and date for entries is 4pm, Monday, November 2 and eligibility includes: artist must live or has lived in Moree; and artworks need to have an accompanying storyline.
Entries can be submitted to the Reynolds and Fogarty depot at 5-7 Greenbah Road (opposite Moree Golf Course).
The entries will be displayed at the Dhiiyaan Centre during NAIDOC Week, starting Monday, November 9.