Port Fairy is a hive of activity as tourists are venturing to the region to enjoy their summer holidays.
After coronavirus restrictions were lifted, tourism operators reported an influx of booking requests for the summer season.
From Boxing Day to the end of January, Southcombe Caravan Park has 3463 bookings while the Gardens Caravan Park has 3399.
Across Moyne Shire, there are plenty of holidaymakers trekking to the south-west with Killarney reporting 589 bookings and Yambuk 200.
Koroit and Mortlake caravan parks had room for more visitors with 36 and 37 bookings respectively.
Moyne Shire Council tourism and customer experience manager Adam Boyle said the tourism sector had received a much-needed boost.
"We have been inundated with interest in our parks, with everyone eager for a getaway post-lockdown, and we are thrilled to be able to accommodate these visitors - providing a boost to businesses and local tourism," he said.
"Each park has a COVIDsafe Plan and accompanying this, all parks are following State Government guidelines for Accommodation, Caravanning and Camping.
"We have capacity limits in amenities and camp kitchens, contactless check in where possible, COVID safe protocols in place for all park staff, extra cleaning and disinfecting regimes, and provision of sanitisation wipes for guests at amenities and in office areas.
"Sites have been strategically configured to ensure social with an enormous amount of work gone into establishing COVID safe measures in our parks, including staff training in COVID safe measures and disinfection control."
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