NRMA Bathurst Panorama Holiday Park has heralded the return of regional travel as a great opportunity for visitors to see more of country NSW.
From Monday, NSW tourists will be able to resume 'non-essential' travel throughout the state.
And NRMA Bathurst Panorama Holiday Park manager Lauren Shipley said the park has already received a number of bookings.
"We received 20 bookings in one day for the June long weekend, the majority of whom are bringing caravans with them," Ms Shipley said.
"This is a unique opportunity for tourists to see more of regional NSW, with international travel still on hold."
Ms Shipley, who manages the park with her husband, Baden, said the return in regional travel will provide some relief for the local economy.
"NRMA Parks and Resorts is running special offers across the board to entice tourists to travel regionally," she said.
"Bathurst has so much to the offer regional tourists, such as outstanding museums, scenic drives, historical attractions and an abundance of local eateries."
Ms Shipley said the park sees a diverse range of clientele come and go and is excited to welcome back a host of new and returning travellers.
"We get different people here all the time, and the experience is always positive," she said.
"The travellers who visit are often talkative, and it's always a pleasure to hear about their stories from the road."
The park is generally at its busiest between September and April, and regularly attracts caravan tourists, families in town for sporting events and, in normal times, international backpackers.