Kirsty Perry, manager of the Hosanna Farmstay in the Tweed Valley, said they were excited and ready to take overnight and day visitors.
"We were hoping for this, especially with school holidays coming up, so we've mobilised our team and we're ready to go," she said.
"We had people on all of our platforms begging us to book in."
Ms Perry said they were only given two hours notice when the state-wide lockdown was announced nearly a month ago.
"We had to walk from campsite to campsite and tell people to pack up and leave while giving them full credit to come back," she said.
"We've had to cancel $100,000 worth of bookings in the last few weeks and heading into school holidays as well."
"We're not a large business, we're family-run and family-owned, and that's a huge thing for us to carry on the back of 12 months having to navigate these situations."
While Queensland will open its border to essential workers from 1:00am on Monday, Ms Perry wants the border bubble extended to allow other travellers into the region.
"95% of our business comes from over the border, that's already a huge gut punch at the start and then to be locked down for a month on top of that," she said.
"For us to come out of lockdown we're so excited but we've got to get over this Queensland border hurdle for our business to really be able to start to recover."