New family-sized temporary accommodation pods could be delivered to bushfire victims in the New England.
A number of small four-person pods have already been delivered to the region.
But Minderoo Foundation and the NSW Government this week took delivery of the first larger, 6-person pods.
The pods are designed to provide temporary accommodation for people made homeless by last year's Black Summer bushfires.
Deputy Premier John Barilaro, who also has responsibility for disaster recovery, said they had received a "positive response" from the initial small pod roll out.
"The natural next step was to look at what can be provided for larger families of up to six," he said.
"The bushfires that swept across the state last summer were unprecedented, and so is the recovery."
More than 100 20-foot pods will be rolled out across NSW. They are designed to house small families, singles or couples and feature four beds.
The family-sized pods, which can fit on the back of a truck, are designed to fit six beds, including a double bed for the parents.
Minderoo Foundation CEO Andrew Hagger said that bushfire recovery is a long-term process.
"Today I am proud to say we have a dedicated team of people who are on the ground across NSW helping those who lost everything get back on their feet. The Minderoo Foundation is not going anywhere. We will never give up."