Gone are the days when families would drive through nationalto verify availability in the hopes of their and waiting for the park rangers to show up.
Due to COVID-19, onlinehave been required for on . Still, the new system has come in useful given how hectic the has become.
NationalTeam Leader of Customer Experience for the South Coast Branch Jo Issaverdis noted that visitors are further in advance than in previous years.
“We always say book in advance, but even now, everything is almost fully booked out through the Sapphire Coast. In fact, you’ll find that trend across the rest of NSW coasts,” Issaverdis said.
“I think everyone was ready to get out and make sure that they could have a greatafter being in lockdown for so long.”
Issaverdis expressed that they were getting Christmas . This showed people’s enthusiasm to get back into nature during the summer months.as early as October for the
“As soon as people started to realize that they were going to be able to, we started to really see things ramp up,” she added.
The same was true for regulars, who also madein advance.
“Usually people come back year after year, and we do find that they rebook popular, but this year people were really in advance,” Issaverdis said.
The team leader suggests that families and individuals who wish to goduring the summer season check for availabilities in advance through their online system at www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au.
Forwho prefer their during the slower season, she suggests that they consider their between January and February.
“Most locals like to sort of bunker down and stay put usually through the summer period, but for those who want towith a bit more peace and quiet, we definitely would recommend they come in February,” she ended.