Harrington Tennis Club will upgrade its courts and perimeter fence with funding received under the NSW Government's Stronger Country Communities Grants program.
Member for Port Macquarie, Leslie Williams was in Harrington this week to hand over $85,000 to the club.
Harrington Tennis Club president, Sienna Elmer said the synthetic grass courts are about 17 years old, and the fence is much older.
"We have constantly paid to maintain and, when necessary, repair both the courts and fence, however a combination of general use, age and salt air are now taking a toll, Mrs Elmer said.
"We are so happy to have been successful with our grant application and I thank Leslie for her ongoing support."
Mrs Williams said sport is very important in Australia. "Quite often smaller sporting clubs are the hub of a community so to be able to announce this grant today is wonderful news."
Deputy Premier and Minister for Regional NSW John Barilaro said $100 million was being distributed across regional NSW, with regional communities set to benefit from more than 550 new projects.
"We are funding grassroots projects that make a real difference to each community, and we know how important it is to support our regional towns with new infrastructure and programs."
Rounds one and two of the program have funded more than 1000 projects. The $400m Stronger Country Communities Fund is part of the government's $1.7 billion Regional Growth Fund.