Austin Tourist Park manager Alison Edwards said she trusted the government to make the right call and there were enough protocols in place to keep everyone safe.
"We would welcome the extra tourists," she said.
She said city travellers could boost numbers but people were still "hanging out" to find out the rules.
The state government's COVID-19 roadmap outlines travel from Greater Sydney to the regions would kick off when NSW hits 80 per cent vaccination.
However, Premier Dominic Perrottet is yet to make a final call on whether he would hold it back while the regions catch up to the pace.
He said he would meet with health and economic advisors on Thursday and hold further discussions.
NSW could hit the 80 per cent double dose milestone as early as Friday, while Tamworth is lagging behind with only about 65-70 per cent of the eligible population double jabbed.
"We did not expect to be in a position where our double vaccination rate has come forward the way it has," Mr Perrottet said.
"Having said that, there has been concerns about regional NSW if you look at those double vaccination rates."
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