Lake Fyans Holiday Park is feeling the impacts of the border closures to Victoria.
The latest closure comes at a blow after South Australia abandoned its decision to open its border with Victoria to travellers on July 20.
Holidaymakers who had planned to travel interstate to the Grampians region for the second week of the South Australian school holidays have cancelled their plans.
"We would have had people from interstate start to arrive this week and into next week for the cross over of school holidays," park manager Janine Palensky said.
"We had some cancellations before the official closure as the number of coronavirus cases in Melbourne increased.
"I think a lot of people are of the understanding regional areas have had very minimal cases and no active ones for a long time. I think they are worried about other visitors within the park."
Mrs Palensky said some vacancies left from cancellations were able to be filled.
"We were able to get some filled during the Victorian school holidays but not for the second week of the South Australian holidays," she said.
"Our visitation numbers from South Australia has been increasing especially to the Grampians but it isn't the case."
With longer cleaning times in cabins and amenities, Mrs Palensky said the focus for the park was on travellers who were self-contained.
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"We haven't opened all of our park and even those who are using sites we are encouraging people to be self-contained," she said.
"We are limiting the number of those who aren't self-contained.
"That way it has less impact on the park, staff and we felt it was a safer way to go for everyone.
"Our cleaning of the cabins has doubled which impacts the time in between stays. We are just taking every extra precaution.
"The overheads to keep the business running is definitely higher at the moment."
Mrs Palensky said finding staff was difficult during this time.
"We've always struggled for staff as a region but especially now it's even harder," she said.
"I can understand why in some ways. People are very cautious in the type of work that they are doing at the moment as well."
Mrs Palensky said despite the cancellations during the school holidays, the business had still maintained a steady trade.
"The best way is to have a controlled approach and only take on what we can manage under the guidelines," she said.
"It makes the staff happier and safer. We're very fortunate we situated on a large open space where people can move around."
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