Border closures have resulted in a surge in accommodation bookings for the Southern Highlands.
Tourists are flocking to four particular areas, with travellers swapping air travel for road trips amid border closures.
Airbnb's country manager for Australia and New Zealand Susan Wheeldon said Fitzroy Falls has been "an extremely popular destination".
"Searches for listings there [are] up 140 per cent for the same period compared to last year," Ms Wheeldon said.
"We're particularly seeing interest surge in untapped regional areas within driving distance of major cities, and that includes places like the Southern Highlands."
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The Spiral House in Robertson was the fifth most wish listed home on Airbnb in Australia.
The Treehouse in nearby Kangaroo Valley was the ninth most wish listed home, based on bookings between September 1 and October 31.
Other towns and villages are benefiting from bookings on website Stayz.
"We are seeing higher than normal occupancy rates for the region compared to last year, in particular for the upcoming September/October school holidays and the October long weekend," a Stayz spokeswoman said.
"The region is near being booked out for those two holiday period with less than four per cent of homes on average available across the locales in the region.
"Berrima has only one home available to book on the Stayz website for the October long weekend out of the 240 homes that are listed on the site.
"Looking ahead to Christmas, there are still many Stayz holiday homes to book for December 23 to 30, with most places in the Southern Highlands seeing an average of 40 per cent of homes still available."
The Stayz spokeswoman said travellers on Stayz tend to travel no more than two to four hours from their homes,
"One might say with travel restrictions in place on international travel and also high demand in other regions up and down the coast the Southern Highlands has become the easy getaway for Sydneysiders," the Stayz spokeswoman said.
"While the Southern Highlands has always been popular destination in particular for Sydneysiders due to its proximity, the near booked out status for the October long weekend shows that people are even more so wanting to get out of their homes and take a small quick break."
The spokeswoman said for the October long weekend Berrima and Bundanoon are equal number one most popular, with only one home left to book each.
"[This was] followed closely by Sutton Forrest and Bowral with two homes apiece and Moss Vale a close third most popular with three homes left to book," she said.
"Bundanoon at the moment takes out the most booked for the upcoming September school holidays and the week of Christmas.
"We anticipate that will change as people start to plan their holidays about 60 days out from the date of arrival."
While Tulip Time has been cancelled, Destination Southern Highlands has suggested a range of activities for explorers.
The 2020 Spring Time Trail offers locals and tourists alike ideas on how to enjoy the area while adhering to social distancing.
A highlight of the trail is the open public and private gardens.
This includes eight stunning green spaces from Bundanoon to Wildes Meadow.
The campaign also encourages visitors to spot a platypus in the Wingecarribee River, see a baby duckling near Lake Alexandra and spot birds at Cecil Hoskins and Barren Grounds Nature Reserves.
Another focus of the campaign is to increase visitation to the region's markets, nurseries, wineries, restaurants, retailers, golf courses, walking trails and cycling paths.
Visit the Destination Southern Highlands website for more information about the trail.