Thirteen new trees at Delroy North Parklands is expected to encourage more residents to take advantage of the park.
Dubbo Regional Council partnered with West Dubbo Rotary and Clontarf to plant the trees, as part of a $50,000 improvement project funded by Family and Community Services, due to the high level of social housing in the area.
Council's horticulture and landcare asset coordinator Ben Pilon said two brightly-coloured, accessible barbecues had also been installed, as well as lights to boost the security of the park.
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"We're looking at getting a relationship between the four stakeholders, including FACS going forward, and trying to gain some ownership within the area," Mr Pilon said.
"The Clontarf guys are quite keen to come back and look after it, do some watering."
Mr Pilon said there were plans to plant more trees in the park in the future.
Kasey Kelly from FACS said said the organisation was really happy to support the improvement project.