Halls Gap Lakeside Tourist Park have announced it would close from March 26 for at least two months.
A statement released by the accommodation provider said the park would be closed for all non-essential travel.
This means that all bookings for this period will be cancelled," it read.
"An email will be sent to guests who are directly affected."
The accommodation facility was Initially to completely close, but made alterations to business after a family were in contact with concerns they had nowhere to go.
"We also have visitors from overseas who are unable to return home due to lack of flights," the statement continued.
"In response, and because we provide an essential service, we have decided to remain open but under different conditions. We are here to help.
" If you are stuck and are travelling in a self-sufficient motorhome or caravan, or you desperately need a roof over your head, please use the linkas we have modified our booking terms to only service those in need... https://hallsgaplakeside.com/essential-travel-enquiry.
"Until further notice by the Government of a full lockdown, we will consider each individual application and we will try to help where possible, bearing in mind that we will apply all measures to facilitate social distancing."
More to come.
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