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Open for the Stranded

Halls Gap Lakeside Tourist Park open for those desperate for somewhere to stay

Halls Gap Lakeside Tourist Park closed earlier this week to the public.

As a result of having to close their gates, Halls Gap Lakeside Tourist Park had to cancel hundreds and thousands of dollars of holiday bookings due to the new strict 'non-essential' travel rules.

However, Halls Gap Lakeside Tourist Park currently have several lots of international travellers stuck in the park with nowhere to go. Because of this Halls Gap Lakeside Tourist Park are open for those desperate for somewhere to stay for the foreseeable future, for those who can't get home.

Owner Josephine McDonald says guests became distressed when they found out they cannot go home.

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It's not the worst place to be stuck, but the Halls Gap Lakeside Tourist Park has had to close indefinitely due to the non-essential travel rules set by the government this week.

But due to the fact that many travellers both Australian and International cannot get home, they're offering somewhere for stranded folk to stay.

Halls Gap Lakeside Tourist Park Owner Josephine McDonald says there is an online form if anyone needs somewhere to stay urgently.

There are guests from Beligum, Holland, the UK, and Queensland currently stuck at the tourist park.

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