The NSW Commercial Explosives Amnesty will end at midnight tonight.
Sunraysia locals are being urged to hand over any unwanted explosives and detonation materials.
The amnesty will see locals drop off materials without legal repercussions.
Officials have hailed the amnesty a success so far; with around 170 kilograms of explosives and black powder and 3 kilometres of detonation cord handed in since the amnesty began.
It’s not to be confused with the National Firearms Amnesty - which allows for the surrender of firearms, parts and ammunition.
Locals will still have the chance to do that continues until September 30th.