A new adventure playground will receive $200,000 funding as part of the NSW government's My Community Project grants.
The program allowed people to vote and set funding priorities, with the Junee Regional Adventure Park scoring the most votes in the Cootamundra electorate.
Junee residents Maria Turner and Danielle Fellows played a large role in the ideas conception.
"We don't have a facility like this in Junee so it will create a great space to let families engage with each other, have a picnic, kids can play with others and build social skills, as well as problem solving on the equipment and a number of other great factors," Mrs Turner said.
"It will be all-inclusive for all abilities, I've been interacting with families who have children with special abilities to find out what experiences they look forward to, or what overwhelms them, or what they like to play on."
The playground will include a sensory play area with Aboriginal plantings, and a special purpose swing for those with disabilities.
"To get the funding is very humbling and exciting, and we're thrilled. Each person who voted can say they helped do this and be proud of what we have achieved," Mrs Turner said.
Member for Cootamundra Steph Cooke said it was a wonderful outcome for the people of Junee.
"The park will be located at the Junee Regional Sporting and Recreation Hub, on Park Lane, and provide a fun and inclusive outdoor space for local kids and visitors to this beautiful little town," she said.
The Ngumba-Dal Learning Community Sensory Play Area will be constructed by the council with the assistance of inmates from Junee Correctional Centre, and is expected to be completed by August 2020.