Works to upgrade and extend the Corowa Skate Park have been completed.
The $327,560 revamp of the youth meeting place has been welcomed by the Corowa Skate Park Committee.
Federation Council mayor Pat Bourke and youth mayor Maxim Blockley attended the site with committee members recently to engage with local users and hear firsthand how the extension welcomes 50-100 users every afternoon.
Mr Blockley said the youth council were "thrilled" to see the extension delivered.
"It looks absolutely fantastic and to hear from friends and the youth here today about how much everyone is enjoying it makes me feel really proud," he said.
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Skate park committee member Ellen Lewis said the committee was proud of the extension project and although it had taken some time to deliver, was worth the wait.
"The extension project has truly exceeded our aims," she said.
"To see the look on all the kid's faces is just brilliant. They clearly love it."
Federation Council Mayor Pat Bourke said the extension of the Corowa Skate Park has improved the usability and appeal of the "important asset for council's youngest residents" and now caters for a broader range of ages and skill.
"This project has seen the creation of a youth activation area that offers young people an alternative recreation option to traditional sports and encourages social connections," he said.
Haley Constructions completed the project.