Some NSW residents have been barred from neighbouring states as coronavirus cases increase.(ABC News: Dean Faulkner)ShareFacebookTwitterArticle share optionsShare this onFacebookTwitterLinkedInSend this byEmailMessengerCopy linkWhatsAppPrint contentPrint with images and other mediaPrint text onlyPrintCancelNSW travellers are scrambling to rearrange holiday plans and navigate credits and refunds after renewed border closures as the state's coronavirus cases continue to grow.Key points:The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission said refunds depended on booking terms and conditionsAccommodation providers said they are encouraging people to be flexibleOne industry expert say the closures risk jobs in travelThis week, some states changed or cancelled plans to reopen their borders after a resurgence of COVID-19 infections in Victoria and a cluster of new cases in south-west Sydney.Queensland announced on Tuesday that people who had been to Campbelltown and Liverpool would no longer be able to cross the border, which reopened for tourism on July 10.Meanwhile, South Australia and the Northern Territory, which previously announced dates for reopening, have also extended their travel bans on people from NSW and Sydney respectively.People from Victoria are not permitted to travel interstate without an exemption.Coronavirus latest: Follow all the latest information in our COVID-19 live blogThe Australian Competition and Consumer Commission said it is was closely monitoring the situation to ensure people who booked holidays they were not allowed to take would not be penalised financially."The issue isn't straightforward", an ACCC spokesperson said."Whether consumers are entitled to a credit note or a refund for travel bookings cancelled due to government restrictions will depend on the terms and conditions of their booking."But the ACCC expected "businesses to treat consumers fairly in these exceptional circumstances".Plans up in the airSecondary school teacher Zac Panaretos has already postponed plans once to take a group of school kids to the Northern Territory to do community work. Teacher Zac Panaretos hoped to take his students to the NT before the border shut.(Facebook: Zac Panaretos)He originally booked the group in travel on July 14, but moved it to September 31 amid the NT's prior border closure."We were going to start an industrial orchard in a community in Arnhem Land, to help build jobs," he said.He said he was now faced with the daunting prospect of reorganising all flights and accommodation for the group,
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