Holiday park managers across the Macleay are rejoicing today following the announcement by the NSW Government that the state travel ban will be lifted from June 1.
On Wednesday, NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian confirmed recreational regional travel within the state will be allowed within a fortnight.
"You can go on a holiday with your family and friends, but know the holiday you're taking from 1 June will be different to a holiday you have taken before," she said.
Manager of the Crescent Head Holiday Park Alison Fitzgerald said their phones have been ringing all day.
"Our phones have been ringing since 6.45am this morning. I think everyone is just excited to be able to get out again," she said.
"We're excited to be able to welcome back our loyal customers, a lot of them are looking forward to seeing the improvements we have made while the park has been closed to the public."
Alison said this time of year can be quiet for the park, but with people ringing to book their holidays as soon as possible, the park is set to fill up during the cooler months.
"The June long weekend is always popular for us, but we are finding a lot of people who have been calling us today have had their holiday cancelled and are instead looking to get away in winter.
"I think we will be at full capacity for the July school holidays as well."
NRMA has also welcomed the news as one of the largest owners and operators of holiday parks in Australia with 50 across the country including 22 in NSW.
The BIG4 NRMA South West Rocks Holiday Park will be operational from June 1 with some changes to ensure the safety of guests, NRMA Parks and Resorts CEO Paul Davies said.
"We're excited to re-open and welcome you back to our 22 holiday parks and resorts across NSW," he said.
"Our regional communities are really feeling the emptiness of visitors and they quite simply need us to visit so let's get back on the road and help our beloved holiday destinations rebuild."
Holiday parks will be introducing social distancing rules and increased hygiene practices when they re-open.
"We will have increased cleaning schedules, hand sanitizer stations around the park and social distancing measures to protect guests," Alison said.
"We have already placed the orders today for signage encouraging these practices and stickers for social distancing guides that will be installed throughout the park.
"We're very excited to be able to re-open. I think it was frustrating for people to not have a date as to when the restrictions on travel would lift, but now that we do, people can't wait to book their holiday."