The sudden exodus of Victorian holiday-makers brought on by the border closure has had minimal impact on the NSW Shoalhaven tourism market. Nick Condell, Holiday Haven group manager, said while some Victorians had left or cancelled, most guests were from Greater Sydney or the Illawarra and were not affected by the sudden border closure. "We're not as exposed to the border closure as operators further south in Eurobodalla and the Bega Valley," he said. "I feel really sorry for them." While he didn't have hard figures, he said he had heard from park managers that the impact had been minimal. As for the initial confusion about Shoalhaven being included with Greater Sydney as part of the tightening of restrictions at the start of the outbreak, which saw an exodus of ACT people, Mr Condell said it, too, had minimal impact in the Shoalhaven. "The misinformation was rectified pretty quickly," he said. It's been a similar story at the top end of the market. General manager of the Bannisters hotels in Mollymook Rupert Sakora said there had been 10 room nights cancelled across the two properties but these were quickly resold. "We had a poor couple from Victoria who had to cancel last year because of the fires and then cancelled this year because of the border closure but apart from that it hasn't really affected us," Mr Sakora said. "Ninety per cent of our customers are from from Sydney or the Southern Highlands. We're just a bit too far from Victoria." Meanwhile, the NSW South Coast Holiday Accommodation (Australia) Facebook page is doing a brisk trade reselling cancelled bookings on the South Coast.