Kangaroo Valley Public School has a stunning new mural, celebrating the town and escarpment.
Shoalhaven-based artists Glenn and Shane Kilby were commissioned and worked with the students to create a mural centered around the escarpment.
Glenn said the children had a deep connection with the escarpment.
"I think that was a secret code because these children live, eat, sleep and breath escarpments," he said.
"Each one of them have a different view from their own verandah, different points of view."
The artists had set four weeks to complete the mural but it was done in just over a week.
"We pretty well blasted the whole panorama in one five day stint from morning til 8:30pm at night, painting by torchlight.
"That was up a ladder, torch in one hand paint brush in the other."
The reaction from the kids working on the mural had been "unbelievably positive".
"I've never had so much respect in all my life.
"There children here have been a particularly pleasant bunch."
Kangaroo Valley Public School Principal Andrew Smee said the school had hoped to turn the space into an outdoor leaning area and make it a space the kids could enjoy socially.
"We looked at getting some outdoor furniture, landscaping and Margaret did a great job finding the artist," Mr Smee said.
"To watch the interaction of Glenn and Shane and the kids actually participating in the mural and having that legacy 'this is the part I painted all those years ago'.
"It just changes the whole space when you walk into the school, from each angle you always see something different."