“Vehicles, especially 4WDs, are pouring through and into Walhalla… but groups are claiming it is their right to camp, and the best thing to do.”
Another resident on the Mornington Peninsula said many people were treating the new restrictions as a “joke”.
“All day (there are) cars, boats, people and jet skis everywhere. They are not locals. Why are people not taking this seriously,” said one resident, who did not wish to be named.
A total of 41 cases of coronavirus have been confirmed in the Mornington Peninula local government area, meaning it has the second-highest total of any Victorian area.