The Bathurst Indoor Sports Stadium has already had a slight makeover and there's more planned in the coming year.
Back in May, 2019, the stadium secured a NSW Government grant worth $147,647, with the money already used to upgrade the court's floorboards, install air conditioners in the foyer area and install glass-screen doors in the foyer to keep the temperature at a constant comfort level.
New toilets and shower partitions were also installed in the amenities block.
Stadium manager Andrew James said the stadium will also receive new basketball rings.
"We'll also try and get the rings up by late February for court one, to make it a show court," he said.
"We're trying to get senior competition back up and running, so by doing that we're making our number one court more appealing."
He's also hopeful to see more infrastructure work carried out at the indoor sports complex in the next year.
"With the government grant we received, it comes out in phases," Mr James explained.
"For the next phase, we've applied for some funding for new scoreboards and the rings.
"Hopefully if we get that approved that'll help get the ball rolling by the back end of next year."
He said the upgrades that have already been completed had made a massive difference.
"It looks very dated at the moment but a fresh coat of paint even makes a big difference," he said.
"It might attract some players and people to come back. They might've had a few years off but seen the stadium been revamped and might want to come back and have another crack [at basketball].
The stadium was originally opened in 1989, with basketball, netball, and indoor soccer all played at the venue throughout the year.
The stadium's immediate future came under a cloud in late 2017 when Bathurst Regional Council refused to extend the lease for Bathurst Basketball Association to continue running the facility before Basketball NSW took over in February, 2018.