The Wymah Ferry is back up and running after being sidelined for almost two months.
The ferry service was reinstated on Tuesday providing long-awaited vehicle crossings between Wymah in NSW and Granya in Victoria.
The service was suspended on April 18 due to low water levels in the Hume Dam when it was below 16 per cent.
The dam is now sitting at 17.29 per cent.
A NSW Roads and Maritime Services statement said despite the low water levels remaining "engineers have tightened ferry cables, enabling the service to operate safely in these conditions".
"Vessel operators in the vicinity of the ferry are advised to exercise caution, maintain a safe speed, keep a proper lookout and follow any directions provided by the ferry operator," the statement said.
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"Roads and Maritime thanks motorists for their patience during the disruption to the ferry service and will continue to monitor conditions closely to ensure the service continues to operate safely."
Community members told The Border Mail in April the closure "split the community in two" with many feeling "cut off from each other".
Road users were forced to use the Bethanga Bridge and travel through Albury, adding up to one hour to travel time or via Jingellic, adding up to one hour and 15 minutes to a journey.
The ferry service operates between 7am and 8pm from May to August and between 6am and 9pm from September to April except on the first Wednesday of every month when it is closed between 9am and 12pm.
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