Leeton Shire Council will throw its weight behind the Whitton Malt House development and seek the funds needed for roadworks at the site.
A turning lane and other work are needed to ensure safety and handle an increasing volume of traffic using Darlington Point Road.
The Whitton Malt House aims to bring regional food and drink, agritourism and education in one location.
It's not just about attracting tourists and visitors, the facility will host Voyager Craft Malt's factory. That factory supplies craft beer brewers with Riverina-grown malting barley.
The COVID-19 pandemic hasn't stopped construction and one of the final pieces of the puzzle is road access to the facility.
Leeton's councillors visited the construction site on the weekend to see where the project was up to, during their last council meeting they endorsed a mayoral minute to help find the money for the needed roadworks.
Mayor Paul Maytom said the Whitton Malt House was one of the biggest investments and opportunities for Leeton Shire in a long time.
"It's of the most exciting projects that I've ever seen on my time at council," Councillor Maytom said.
He said the number of tradesmen and workers at the site was huge boost for the shire at a time when many jobs had been lost due to low water allocations and drought.
"They've kept a number of people employed in our own shire," Cr Maytom said.
However, he said the benefits wouldn't just help Whitton or Leeton, but would deliver benefits for the entire region.
Cr Maytom said with both state and federal governments looking for ways to stimulate the economy, supporting the Whitton Malt House with a grant for roadworks would be a good stimulus.
"This was a paddock, and we're hopefully going to get some parliamentarians out to this site so they can see what we see," he said.
Malt House CEO Kate O'Callaghan said she was thrilled to have the council's "incredible support".
"We have invested millions of dollars into the project so far, which has created over 100 jobs just in the build, and we estimate over 50 new jobs once we open," Ms O'Callaghan said.
"To have council back to complete the entry road, is just so appreciated.
"We would like to thank council, and we look forward to bringing thousands of people to the region, which we hope will benefit many local industries and businesses."