With South Australia's restrictions easing further last week, people now have more confidence when it comes to exploring the state's regional townships.
The first thing many keen travellers see when passing through a town is an entrance sign, and after a long period of waiting, Mundulla will soon have new signage to showoff to potential visitors.
The decision to erect a new entrance sign has been a longtime coming, with Tatiara District Council and Mundulla on the Move playing a key role in making the project possible.
Council CEO Anne Champness said the town has always been keen to have an entrance sign, so they consulted with designers to create a final product the town would be proud of.
"We took the designs back to Mundulla on the Move and they put them out for the community to comment on," Ms Champness said.
The Mundulla community praised the proposed design, with many of them also providing suggestions to make the signage more effective.
Many residents enjoyed the stylish modern look of the design, but one of the main concerns was the thickness of the font.
Another positive locals pointed out was the laser cut rusted steel background which had illustrations of foliage across its face.
Ms Champness said after receiving some important feedback, the designs have been finalised.
"The designs are finalised and we are currently in the process of actually seeking contractors to deliver the project," Ms Champness said.
"It has been a little bit difficult to find contractors to do the work, but it will all be happening soon."
Ms Champness stated that she thought the entrance sign design looked "very good" and was "quite exciting" for the town.
The council funded project currently has no set completion date, with Ms Champness stating they are in discussion with contractors.