Police have detected 226 offences in the North East during a traffic operation, including 25 drink or drug drivers.
Police ran Operation Furlong from last Friday to Tuesday, coinciding with the Melbourne Cup long weekend.
Senior Sergeant Darren Wittingslow said there was only one case of road trauma, which occurred when a vehicle rolled near Wangaratta on Tuesday.
The vehicle, which contained four or five people, resulted in one man being airlifted to hospital.
He said police were largely pleased with driver behaviour, but it was disappointing to detect the 25 drink or drug drivers.
"The traffic volumes were quite high, which you'd expect over the long weekend," he said.
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"There were lots of people towing trailers and caravans, but overall the road user behaviour was pretty good.
"About 10 per cent of all offences were alcohol or drug drive offences, which is disappointing."
The property was hired through Airbnb and was run without any council approval.
Police intercepted eight drug drivers leaving the property over two days.
Senior Constable Wittingslow said officers conducted more than 2000 breath tests in the wider Wodonga and Wangaratta region.
Other offences including speeding and mobile phone use were detected.
"Some people still don't heed the warning," Senior Sergeant Wittingslow said.
"If you decide to do drugs and drive you will be caught."