Following the successful trial rollout in Bega the NSW Government has launched Dine & Discover NSW across the State to encourage the community to get out and about, supporting dining, arts and tourism businesses and stimulating spending in the economy.
Dine & Discover NSW is being rolled out through March 2021. Throughout each week, vouchers will become available in more and more Local Government Areas (LGAs).
Once you have your vouchers, you'll be able to use them at participating businesses across the state. Enter your residential address into the Dine & Discover NSW Voucher address check to see if you can apply for vouchers. How does Dine & Discover NSW work?
NSW residents aged 18 years and over can apply for $100 in vouchers. The vouchers can be used at participating NSW businesses registered as COVID safe.
2 x $25 Dine NSW Vouchers for dining in at restaurants, cafes, bars, wineries, pubs and clubs from Monday to Thursday
2 x $25 Discover NSW Vouchers to be used for entertainment and recreation, including cultural institutions, live music, and arts venues, to use 7 days a week.
The vouchers can't be used on public holidays.
Dine & Discover NSW Vouchers are single use, and cannot be used for tobacco, alcohol or gambling.
Vouchers must be redeemed in person at participating businesses. Where can I use my vouchers?
You can search for participating businesses using the Dine & Discover NSW Business Finder.
To participate in Dine & Discover NSW businesses must operate in one of the following eligible industries:
cafes and restaurants
pubs, taverns, bars, wineries and clubs
scenic and sightseeing transport
museums, galleries and historic sites
zoos, botanic gardens, wildlife parks and nature reserves
performing arts operations, theatres and entertainment centres
amusement, theme and water parks
recreational activities such as go-karting, indoor climbing, mini-golf, billiards, bowling or ice-rinks
travel agencies and tours.
Is it safe for me to go out?
Dine & Discover NSW Vouchers can only be used within businesses that have implemented a COVID Safety Plan and are registered as COVID Safe. Safety practices remain the number one defence helping to stop the spread of COVID-19 in NSW.
COVID-safe businesses must follow public health orders. If you are going out, make sure you check-in to your location, maintain physical distancing from others, and practise good hygiene.