Inverell Tennis Club will host the official reopening of its clubhouse on Sunday after undergoing a major renovation.
The whole community is invited to attend to help celebrate the milestone with Member for Northern Tablelands Adam Marshall given the honour of officially declaring the clubhouse open.
Inverell Shire Council mayor Paul Harmon, Deputy mayor Anthony Michael and general manager Paul Henry will also be in attendance.
The opening will begin at 8.20am at the courts on the Sunday.
Last year, the 60-year-old facility received $235,964 funding through the State Government's Stronger Country Communities program to upgrade the building announced by Mr Marshall.
"The overhaul of the clubhouse really is the icing on the cake for a facility which already boasts six synthetic and 15 clay courts, making it one of the premier tennis centres in the region.
"A fresh lick of paint on has really freshened up the outside of the weatherboard building and compliments the new veranda and pergola which give spectators the perfect viewing platform of watch the main courts," he said.
The club was set to host their round of the NSW Tennis North West Junior Development Series (JDS) tournament after the opening, however with COVID-19 threats growing, the series has been postponed for players safety.