Work on a replacement skate park at Stroud has been completed.
The rejuvenated skate park provides a new facility within Stroud's sporting hub.
The project, which has long been on the community's wish list, was constructed from funds allocated through the Duralie Community Fund.
The new skate park is constructed of polished concrete and features include hipped transition, flatbanks, small fun box, whoopty-do, roll-in and grind ledges.
The facility complements the Bulahdelah skate park, which was completed earlier this year.
An opening event for Bulahdelah's park will be held later this year.
The next project for Stroud Showground will be a new club house, change rooms and amenities building for users of the main arena.
That $275,000 project is funded under the NSW Crown Lands Showground Stimulus scheme, and should begin later this year.