The public has been warned about hanging out at south-west beaches.
Surf lifesaving clubs along the coast have scaled back and ceased providing patrols, and flags are not being erected at beaches to discourage people swimming.
People gathering in Melbourne and the Surf Coast at the weekend forced the closure of some beaches.
Corangamite Shire councillor Simon Illingworth said on Sunday that Port Campbell beach was no longer being patrolled, and there were very few people now flocking to the beach after upset locals made their feelings known.
At Port Fairy, the the surf club building, along with toilets and showers, have been closed and beach patrols ceased.
However, the Charlies on East kiosk will be open for take away food.
"By abiding by the Federal Government's guidelines that all citizens should stay at home and only go out for essentials, we believe that to minimise the amount of people at the beach will help stop the spread of the virus," the club said in a statement.
While there were two senior life guards on duty at Lady Bay beach in Warrnambool at the weekend, they were not providing patrols and were only there to provide assistance in an emergency.
No flags were erected.
While lifesavers at Lady Bay are scheduled to be on duty on weekends and public holidays until Easter Monday, at this stage they will only be there in an emergency capacity to man the inflatable rescue boat if needed.
Surf Lifesaving Victoria has urged people to stay away from the beach during the school holidays.
On Sunday, Cr Illingworth issued a warning to transient tourists to either go home and stay there or, if they can't do that, find somewhere to stay put.
He said there were people travelling around in campervans that still hadn't got the message.
About 20 different groups of people arrived at the Twelve Apostles on the weekend, which had been closed to tourists.
"We've got people coming from the Surf Coast all the way down to surf our waves, they're sleeping in our car parks. It's bloody disappointing. It's just mind-boggling," Cr Illingworth said.
"They're so bloody selfish they probably think they're going to get a wave to themselves or something."
Have you signed up to The Standard's daily newsletter and breaking news emails? You can register below and make sure you are up to date with everything that's happening in the south-west.