In a bid to help ensure NSW recovers from the effects of COVID-19, the Shooters, Fishers and Farmers Party handed the government their list of priorities.
With the Shooters Party (SFF) holding key votes in the state's upper house, the list was given to Premier Gladys Berejiklian and other government leaders this week.
"The 'Shooters, Fishers and Farmers Party Compact with NSW' outlines the broad changes the SFF seek from the government in return for conditional support from the party," party leader Robert Borsak said.
The party's three lower house MPs, Helen Dalton, Phil Donato and Roy Butler have all contributed key issues.
For instance, for Murray, the wishlist includes reclassifying Griffith to help attract teachers to Murrumbidgee Regional High School, returning voluntary environmental water contributions to irrigators, renovating the police residence in Yenda and providing funding for Macquarie University's Motor Neurone Disease study.
"Two week ago, I met with the NSW Treasurer (Dominic Perrottet). He told me the NSW Government was keen to spend money in the bush," Mrs Dalton said.
"I told him we were sick of having our services downgraded. We are lacking the most basic services, like orthopaedics and mental health in Griffith hospital.
"He said he didn't know about any of that, and asked for a list of what we need.
"Our party have given him a big list of all that's needed. Now he knows.
"Once he's started delivering for us - real commitments in the budget, not just promises - we'll be more co-operative with him."
Party leader Robert Borsak said the government would find it tough to help guide the state's economic recovery without securing the Shooters two votes in the upper house.
"It's not just about Sydney; it's about all of NSW," Mr Borsak said.
"To do this, the Government must share our clear bias for the bush. The government must change specific priorities and policies and embrace further parliamentary accountability.
"The compact with NSW presented to the NSW government by the SFF seeks to redress poor policy, economic and health outcomes across regional NSW.
"It also seeks to address the legitimate concerns of law-abiding firearm owners, fishers and farmers across the state."
Mr Borsak said the state government had the opportunity to work with the Shooters Party in "good faith".
"The SFF compact is a community-building program that seeks to right the wrongs of nearly 30 years of bad policy and ignorance of regional NSW policy requirements.
"It's about a fair go for all of NSW, not just inner-city Sydney."