NSW vouchers and support

NSW Government vouchers help people get out and about and enjoy NSW.

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NSW Government vouchers

Time is running out for Dine & Discover NSW vouchers, which expire on 30 June 2022. Get out and about to use the vouchers, or register your business to participate.

Accommodation providers can now register to accept Stay NSW vouchers. There's still time to register your Dine or Discover business too.
Find out how you can apply for all vouchers, including newly announced vouchers to boost budgets and stimulate economic recovery.

Vouchers available to people in NSW

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Everyone in NSW aged 18 and over will be able to apply once vouchers are available in their area. They will receive 1 x $50 Stay NSW Voucher to use at hotels, motels, caravan parks and other accommodation from February 2022.
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Eligible parents, carers and guardians of school-enrolled children aged 4.5 to 18 can get $250 in vouchers. One person from each eligible household can apply for 5 x $50 Parents NSW Vouchers.
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Everyone in NSW aged 18 and over is eligible for 3 x $25 vouchers to use for dining in at restaurants, wineries, pubs or for takeaway meals.
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Everyone in NSW aged 18 and over is now eligible for 3 x $25 vouchers for entertainment and recreation, including music and arts venues.
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Offering a $100 voucher to pay for at least 5 supervised swimming lessons, these vouchers are available to use until 30 June 2022.
Active Kids
There are 2 x $100 vouchers for parents, guardians and carers of school-enrolled children to pay for sport, fitness and active recreation activities.
Creative Kids
If your school-enrolled children enjoy creative activities like arts, drama, dance, digital design, coding, and music lessons then apply for a $100 voucher.
After school activities
Families with children at primary school in NSW can receive a $500 voucher per child from 28 February 2022.
Young people in the city
Coming soon. Residents will be able to apply for vouchers to use in the CBD to get out and about and support economic recovery.

Boosting businesses and family budgets

NSW Government vouchers help people get out and about and enjoy NSW.

Dining, arts, recreation and accommodation businesses are an important part of the NSW economic recovery.

If you haven't already, apply for Dine & Discover NSW vouchers and Parents NSW vouchers.

Business can still register to participate in Dine & Discover NSW and Stay NSW.

Use vouchers in the app

Service NSW App

Service NSW

Stay up-to-date with the latest NSW Government COVID-19 information. Access digital licences, renew your rego and check fines and demerits.


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