Construction has been complete and the brand new ambulance station at Grenfell is ready for fit out.
Member for Cootamundra Steph Cooke and representatives of the NSW Ambulance Service, Hines Construction and Health Infrastructure NSW inspected the completed station on Monday.
The Grenfell station is one of 24 new or refurbished station across regional NSW.
Grenfell mayor Mark Liebich thanked the government for making funding available for the station.
"It is absolutely brilliant to have a brand new ambulance station," Cr Liebich said.
"It's all about Grenfell, we have a new medical centre and now a new ambulance station.
"It is absolutely magnificent, we are the best in the state now with what we have done here," he said.
The station is now ready for fit out with NSW Ambulance now taking possession of the building.
Fit out is expected to take between six to eight weeks with official opening of the new facility to take place at a date to be announced next year.
When fully commissioned paramedics will start their shift in Grenfell's old station and finish the shift in the new station.
"That will happen quite quickly," NSW ambulance said during Monday's inspection.
The new station includes: Internal parking for emergency ambulance vehicles; administration and office areas; staff amenities; logistic and storage areas; relief accommodation; staff parking and external wash bay.