After months of work the scaffolding has come down around the new play equipment at Cameron Park in Wellington, just in time for the school holidays.
The playground is part of Dubbo Regional Council's plan to spend around $3 million restoring the park to its former glory.
The scaffolding was removed on Friday, July 3, with children flocking to the new play area on Saturday.
A key feature of the redesigned space is a statue of a wedge tail eagle, created by local artist Brett Garling.
The Wedge Tail Eagle, Maliyan, is the totem for the Binjang Clan of Wellington.
The play area was closed to the public late last month to allow for the removal and suitable disposal of the existing play elements, soft fall material and exterior fencing.
All elements of the play equipment, excluding the climbing net, has been assessed and determined to have reached the end of its useful life. The climbing net is intended to be salvaged for suitable re-use.
The existing area will be covered with a compacted granite material.
Works also began on the new amenities block at the playground in mid-May, with the scaffolding remaining on the site.
The new amenity block will feature two historical images of the park from the early 1900s to be included on the exterior walls.
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