Australians living in South Australia planning a trip to the state will have access to $ 150 worth of travel vouchers from 11:00 a.m. ACDT Tuesday as the state tries to boost its tourism industry.
The Great State program consists of $ 100 vouchers for accommodation in Adelaide and North Adelaide, and $ 50 vouchers for suburban and regional South Australia.
Those who manage to secure the vouchers can from 7. until 31. January with the voucher for trips from 7. January to 31. March 2021. However, bookings on Saturday evening are excluded from the vouchers.
The vouchers are open to all adult Australians and are subject to availability until the allocation is exhausted.
« Now that the SA’s borders are open, it is important that we take this opportunity to support South Australian tourism companies and entice interstate visitors to book and spend in our state, » the campaign said of the Great State.
“The second round of vouchers is an important incentive to further boost tourism in South Africa and to encourage Australians to travel here while international borders are closed. ”
Anyone who claims a voucher needs proof of identity and a valid e-mail address. The vouchers are not transferable.
The second release of the voucher will take place after South Australia on October 50. 000 coupons published. All vouchers are picked up within 90 minutes. The first round brought $ 10 million to the South Australian visitor economy.
However, only half of those who secured a voucher have used it, so the state can hold a second round.
Speaking about the launch of the second round of vouchers, South Australian Prime Minister Steven Marshall said there are more than 300 overnight accommodations across the state and that the program will give a big boost.
« With an extra round of interstate travelers who we know make more than domestic spending, plus the midsummer holidays and events like the Santos Festival of Cycling and WOMADelaide, this incentive comes to the fore Time to further strengthen tourism companies and create jobs, ”he said.
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