In the NSW State Govt’s budget, released Tuesday November 17th, the NSW Treasurer, Mr Dominic Perrottet, announced a new scheme to help stimulate the hospitality and entertainment industries that have been hard hit in 2020’s COVID-19 lockdowns.
The Out and About scheme is a $500M investment that will offer every NSW adult four $25 vouchers to spend at cafes, restaurants, clubs, cinemas, amusement parks and other entertainment venues.
Let’s support George’s River local businesses with these vouchers
The Out and About scheme is a great opportunity for local residents to support local businesses by spending these vouchers at their favourite local venues.
As small business owners, we know the struggle this year has been for so many in our local area. We encourage you to use your vouchers to support the independent local businesses who’ve struggled to stay open this year.
Businesses must meet certain requirements to be eligible to participate.
Why not check with your favourite local venues to ensure they’re aware of the scheme and are successfully meeting the requirements.
Individuals must also have a MyServiceNSW account to receive the vouchers and are encouraged to access these via the MyServiceNSW app.
The scheme is scheduled to be rolled out in the Sydney CBD in December and then elsewhere in the state in January.
More information is available at the nsw.gov.au website.
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