Mudgee Arts Precinct, that was the name adopted by Mid-Western Regional Council for the upcoming gallery space at an extraordinary meeting on Wednesday evening.
"It's a unique name and it captures what's special and unusual about the area that we have got - the workshop space, we've got the sculpture walk, we've got the gallery, we've got tourism. The idea that it is a group of cultural organisations working together," Councillor Sam Paine said.
Council voted to drop the previously proposed name of 'MUDRAG' in March.
Years in the making, Cr Paine said it was great to see it nearly complete.
"Looking back and seeing that it was about three years since we had it handed over, it's really great to be at this point now where it feels almost ready - where we're ready to start moving in and preparing for the first exhibition in a few months," he said.
"It's happened very quickly but it feels like the culmination of decades of work. It's really exciting to be at this point."
Mid-Western Regional Council General Manager Brad Cam said it's been a smooth project.
"I'm really pleased with the outcome and the workmanship has been first class. [We] haven't had any problems with quality and I'm just really pleased... I'm looking forward to the general public getting inside this building and enjoying it...," he said.
"It's designed for visitors to go in and have an art experience but because we have the Tourist Information Office here, it also will bring more people in to be able to - perhaps not even think about about art but then they're here they may go and have a look.
"The beautiful sculpture walk that we're going to have around the building and linking into the river walk just means that we're going to have more and more people thinking they're coming to the visitors information centre but they're actually going to experience a little bit of our art and our sculptures that we have."
The facility, which will also house the offices of Mudgee Region Tourism is on track for completion and its first exhibition in early August.