Toilet paper has once again been stripped from the shelves.
Stock was running low at several Southern Highlands supermarkets on Saturday, including Woolworths and Coles stores.
This week Woolworths reinstated a two-pack limit on toilet paper and paper towel, following a surge in demand across Australia.
This was triggered by a spike of COVID-19 cases in Victoria.
Toilet paper panic-buying hit the Southern Highlands in March.
Some shoppers purchased more packets than they needed and left other customers to go without.
Woolworths Supermarkets managing director Claire Peters said the company was "taking preventative action now to get ahead of any excessive buying".
"We have plenty of stock for all of us, so we encourage our customers to buy only what they need and think of others in the community as they shop this weekend," she said.
"If customers already have enough toilet roll at home, there is no need to buy more."
Coles Supermarkets introduced a one packet per customer rule for toilet paper and paper towel.
The limit applies to in-store and online purchases as well as Coles Express stores.