29 September 2022

Where to use Stay NSW and Parents NSW vouchers before they expire

| Shri Gayathirie Rajen
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Bec Wawszkowicz and her boys enjoying the holidays. Photo: Supplied.

Riverina residents have until 9 October to redeem their share of $137 million worth of unclaimed Stay NSW and Parents NSW vouchers.

The NSW Government has reminded households to make use of the school holidays to use any outstanding vouchers, which can be redeemed until 9 October.

Here are some places Parents NSW Vouchers can be redeemed in Wagga:

Head down to Twin City Skate to get roller skating lessons and coaching for all ages. Whatever your roller skating aspirations are, from rolling along at a disco to competing at SkateNSW events, Twin City Skate can support you to achieve your goals.

Take the family to Flip Out Wagga Wagga during these school holidays for some active indoor fun times. Flip Out is more than just a trampoline park.

Wagga Wagga Civic Theatre has an array of events for all ages from Sunshine Super Girl to Kitty Flanagan LIVE!

Something that will keep the kids entertained for hours on end is bowling. Head to Wagga Bowling these holidays to redeem the vouchers and keep the kids occupied.

For more participating venues, head to the Service NSW business and voucher finder search tool.

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Here are some places Stay NSW vouchers can be redeemed:

Take the family out on short trips around the region these school holidays to make use of the Stay NSW Vouchers.

Make a trip to Griffith for the annual Agricultural Show and stay at Quest Griffith or Gem Hotel, who are known for their popular steakhouse.

Drive down to Temora on Saturday to stay at the Koreela Park Motor Inn and visit the Sugar and Spice food truck by Lake Centenary on Sunday or pop by the Temora Aviation Museum to see the array of aircraft collections.

Head down to the quaint town of Jugiong for a weekend and stay at the Jugiong Motor Inn and visit the historic The Sir George restaurant for great food. Built in 1852, the historic venue has been restored to create a warm and relaxed space where old meets new, with accommodation, a restaurant, boutique bar and artisan bakery.


The Stay NSW and Parent NSW Vouchers will expire after 9 October. The NSW Government is encouraging those who haven’t claimed the vouchers to redeem them during these school holidays. Photo: Service NSW.

For more participating venues, head to the Service NSW business and voucher finder search tool.

The Stay NSW Vouchers help support accommodation providers in NSW impacted by COVID-19. NSW residents aged 18 and older can apply for one $50 voucher to use towards the cost of accommodation bookings. ​

The NSW Government launched Parents NSW Vouchers to reward and thank eligible NSW households for their efforts to support learning from home in 2021.

One person from each eligible household can apply for five $50 vouchers, worth $250 in total.

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What you need

  • A MyServiceNSW account – you can create an account when you start your application
  • Two proof of identity documents such as your NSW driver’s licence, Medicare card, Australian passport.
  • A mobile device (iOS or Android) to download the latest version of the Service NSW app and use the voucher.

How to apply for the voucher:

  • Visit the Service NSW website.
  • Select the ‘Apply online’ button.
  • Log in, or create your MyServiceNSW account.
  • Follow the prompts to apply for the vouchers.

If successful, the vouchers can be found within an hour under the ‘Vouchers’ section of the Service NSW app. Service NSW will send an email with the vouchers available to download and print.

Both printed and digital options can be scanned by participating businesses.

The vouchers cannot be redeemed for cash, alcohol, tobacco, spa services, gambling, food or drink, gift vouchers or credit notes. They cannot be used for Airbnb, online accommodation booking platforms or travel agents.

The vouchers are non-transferable and can only be redeemed by the customer who was issued the voucher.

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