NARACOORTE'S south end is no longer marred by the eyesore that was Narkindie Park.
The former housing estate is gone for good after a lengthy demolition process.
The 44 run-down dwellings have been removed and work is officially finished, ahead of the site going on the real estate market later this year.
Minister for Social Housing Tony Piccolo welcomed its completion which was done by Adelaide-based contractor Royal Park Salvage.
"While inclement weather caused some delays to demolition work, the work was done thoroughly and professionally to ensure asbestos was appropriately removed from the site," he said.
"The completion of demolition work on the site will improve the overall presentation of the site and pave the way for its eventual sale.
"Housing SA is now looking at the best way to approach the sale and the timing for the proposed sale."
Mr Piccolo added the temporary fencing would be removed in the next fortnight.
"I thank both the local council and community members for their patience as Royal Park Salvage have been working through site works over the past nine weeks," he said.
Naracoorte Lucindale Council mayor Erika Vickery said it was pleasing to see the area had been cleaned up.
"Most certainly the aesthetics of that area have greatly improved...particularly for the school it's much safer," she said.
"I think the future of that area looks very positive. It's prime real estate land. We will now look with interest to see what the State Government is going to do.
"I don't think it is going to sit idly for too long."