A flash new playground is on its way to Tuross Head in the coming months.
Residents and visitors will soon have a bigger and better playground to enjoy at Evans Road Reserve, next door to the service station and shops.
Council said the existing playground will be closed in late April/early May until the end of June to allow for the major upgrade construction work.
The new playground's design was created by specialist playground designers based on feedback from the Tuross community which was gathered by council's recreation services team in October last year.
Council's recreation services manager Mark Upson said plenty of thought went into the park's design to reflect the community's feedback and ideas.
"The Tuross community told us they wanted the park to have a lot more equipment to cater for a wide range of interests and age groups and that it should be a place where people could come together and connect," he said.
"We think the new park will be a wonderful space to bring the family to relax, play and celebrate.
"It will cater to the young and young-at-heart with a range of exciting and inclusive equipment to swing, slide, climb and spin on, as well as new picnic tables, shelter and a barbecue."
The Evans Road Reserve playground upgrade is funded through Eurobodalla Council's playground renewal program and funding allocated to implement council's recreation and open space strategy.
A Tuross Head business owner in the vicinity was surprised to hear news of the upgrade.
"I am pleased council is being so proactive, because it is such a popular area and the park is used all the time," she said.