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“Spring is also a great time to visit, with sunny days [and] A lot of snow is still on the slopes…” the spokeswoman said.
Mount Hotham Alpine Resort management also reported significant interest on Tuesday, with media manager Anita Koya saying the snowfield was delighted to welcome Victorians back to the slopes.
Falls Creek echoed that sentiment, having also received an influx of calls and messages on Tuesday from people wanting to visit in the coming days and weeks.
“We are excited to welcome back the people and our business stakeholders as well,” a spokeswoman for Falls Creek Resort Management said.
Health authorities made it clear on Tuesday that Victorians would have to be tested for COVID-19 before hitting the slopes because Alpine resorts were considered “higher risk places” that children under 12 would not have to get tested before they went.
Victorians will no longer be bound by the five kilometer travel limit when the lockdown is lifted, but they will still have to wear masks indoors and outdoors.
Families can only travel within the state in their family unit, and home visitors are still not allowed. However, public gatherings of a maximum of 10 people are allowed.
“You can’t go away with other families, you can’t have visitors to your temporary home,” Andrews said on Tuesday.
Schools will reopen for all levels of the year on Wednesday, and pubs, cafes, restaurants and bars can also reopen.
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