After 10 years of hard work from Inverell East Rotary Club, May Street Park is now open to the public.
The original plan to develop the park began in 2010 and was influenced by member David Pryor.
By June 2011, Inverell East Rotary Club had begun the project and had completely cleared the landscape.
"This really has been a giant project. Its really been a community effort and project," Rotarian Tim Newberry explained.
Inverell East Rotary club took on the project with plans to create a lasting impact within the community and used grants provided by Rotary International and Inverell Shire Council.
During the construction of the park, local community groups Danthonia Bruderhof Community, Clontarf, Inverell High School, VET students, Ross Hill Public School and Local Land Services contributed towards the project's development.
The park now has more than 400 native species of trees, sheltered pergolas, walkways, picnic tables and a panoramic lookout.
From the parks development, it has provided extensive space and services to the community and has revived the landscape and spirit of Inverell.
The park is located at the end of May Street overlooking the central business district and is inproximity of housing, schools and facilities.
Mayor Paul Harmon helped opened the park during a public ceremony to celebrate the rich history of the area.
"The community has come together to provide something for the community, and I think that continues to be what Inverell's spirit is about," Cr Harmon said.
The park will be maintained by community services which will help upkeep and monitor the area.