Earthquake displaced farmers from Los Iros are begging the Minister of Agriculture Clarence Rambharat to make good on his promise to relocate them.
Its been almost a month since 100 acres of arable farmlands were destroyed in the 6.9 magnitude earthquake.
Since then farmers have been unable to sow or harvest their crops.
Nobbie Mathura, who cultivates five areas, said it breaks his heart to see fields of peppers and other crops go to waste.
A dry winter intensifies in what has been called the worst drought in living memory in parts of eastern Australia.
New South Wales was officially listed as "100% in drought" on Wednesday.
This state produces about a quarter of Australia's agricultural output.
The government has since provided emergency relief funding.
Farmers have lost crop and livestock.
One farmer said "It's like you are in jail every day you turn up here because you've got to turn up. It's just depressing."