Queensland Travel Vouchers – Parents, babysitters, or babysitters can register vouchers with a total value of $ 150 or more than Rp1.5 million for the kids to use on outings. This plan has been announced by the Queensland state government with the capital city of Brisbane since the end of last May.
The Queensland Government
All terms and conditions for obtaining this voucher can be accessed on the Queensland Government website and must have a QGrants account to obtain it.
Queensland Sports Minister Mick Di Brenni said many families had difficulty enrolling their children in sports and recreation activities. The fourth period to get this voucher will open for registration on January 20, 2021, and close on March 17, 2021.
Northern Australia Region
Vouchers in Darwin can be exchanged within 48 hours to give citizens ample opportunity to use them. The area with the capital city of Darwin has launched another ‘myDarwin’ discount voucher in two periods, last December 9 and January 20 next year.
There are changes to the terms and conditions, one of which is that vouchers can be exchanged within 48 hours, not 24 hours anymore, with the intention that residents have ample opportunity to use them.
Queensland Travel Vouchers
Vouchers can be exchanged at establishments or businesses in the retail, hotel, and tourism sector that have physical stores, have been in operation for at least 6 months, and have revenues of less than AU $ 10 million.
Residents will still receive a voucher worth AU $ 40 or more than Rp.400,000 when registering and can get the information on the MyDarwin website. Governments in other states have also issued some help, such as assistance to the tourism sector in the state of Western Australia with the capital city of Perth.
The Tasmanian government
The Tasmanian government has also provided travel vouchers through a scheme called ‘Make Yourself At Home’ which runs out immediately when it is launched. At the end of November.
Government of South Australia
The government of South Australia launched its second voucher program, namely an AU $ 100 (Rp1.2 million) stay voucher for use in accommodation in downtown and northern Adelaide, and AU $ 50 (Rp.520 thousand) for lodging in suburban areas and inland.