The bus shelter and amenities block in Little Street, Forster has been earmarked for a major facelift.
Work on the two-stage project will begin later this month, with a completion date before the start of the busy summer holiday period.
The project will be funded through a $100,000 State government grant and $53,219 from MidCoast Council
Stage one will focus on the exterior of the amenities block which will be re-skinned to improve its visual appearance, along with a new roof that incorporates the bus shelter.
Both the bus shelter and toilets will remain open for use during this stage of work while pedestrians will continue to have use of the footpath.
Stage two will begin the new year; either February or March, with the toilets gaining equal access and parent facility, fresh tiles, new plumbing fixtures and energy efficient LED lights.
On the lake side of the building, wide seating steps will provide a resting place and link with the park walkway.
"We're pleased to be working with the NSW Government to deliver on this much-needed upgrade to the Little Street amenities," MidCoast Council community spaces, recreation and trades manager, Dan Aldridge said.
"The inclusions of a parent and equal access facility, as well as improvements to the bus shelter, will mean this will become one of the most used public toilet blocks in the Great Lakes, particularly during the holiday seasons, while the improvements to the bus shelter should result in more people utilising this central travel point."
The upgrade to the Little Street amenities will tie in with the style and theme of other amenities upgrades across the area including Main Beach and Pebbly Beach.
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