Rainfall has been widespread and so has the excitement.
More than four gigalitres of water has flowed into Keepit Dam in the past two weeks as steady rainfall soaked the region.
It's a dramatic turn around for the Namoi River dam which had depleted to 0.61 per cent on January 1, this year.
However, the volume of water in the dam has essentially doubled since then.
Since January 27, 4316.9 megalitres has flowed into dam pushing its storage level past 3 per cent.
It is the highest level seen at the dam since the end of November in 2018.
"Everybody's attitude has changed, everybody's just so excited", Reflections Holiday Park manager Leith Smith said.
"A week and a half ago, there was no green.
"There was just brown dirt."
People are already reveling in the rainfall, with an influx of enquiries to the park about accommodation and dam use.
"The pontoon is back in the water for the kids, there's a lot more fishermen...and the sailing club have started sailing," he said.
"It's been four years since people have really used the park in an abundance, so everybody's just been waiting, waiting, waiting for the water to come back."
In his 12 months as park manager, Mr Smith has never seen the dam this full and he hoped it would continue to rise as more water flows in from the Namoi River.
A wet summer in the region saw crucial flow return to the Macdonald, Cockburn and Peel rivers and resulted in the Namoi springing back to life.
"At five per cent, it is still a very usable dam for everybody," he said.
"There's just a whole lot more water to share."
Keepit reached 98.99 per cent capacity on November 19, 2016.