The NSW government recently launched the ‘Dine and Discover’ initiative to encourage the community to get out and about and support dining, arts and tourism businesses.
Narrabri Shire mayor Ron Campbell said the program aims to offer an economic boost for local eateries as well as for entertainment and recreation purposes.
“There are already over 15 businesses which have registered across the shire that are accepting these vouchers.
“The Crossing Theatre is accepting the ‘Dine NSW’ vouchers in The Crossing Café and the ‘Discover NSW ’ vouchers for entertainment such as event and movie ticket purchases.
“We saw a lot of the local cafes, restaurants, pubs and clubs evolve and change their business models to remain operational in the midst of COVID.
“These businesses now have the opportunity to welcome patrons with these vouchers from the NSW government as most businesses return to a level of normality since restrictions have been reduced over the past few months.
“Council is supportive of this initiative and encourages the community to register for their vouchers and use them at local participating businesses.”
NSW residents aged 18 and over can now apply for four $25 vouchers, worth $100 in total.
Vouchers consist of two $25 Dine NSW Vouchers to be used for dining in at restaurants, cafés, bars, wineries, pubs or clubs and two $25 Discover NSW
Vouchers to be used for entertainment and recreation, including cultural institutions, live music, movies and arts venues.
The vouchers can be used seven days a week, including public holidays and can be used at participating NSW businesses that are registered as COVID Safe.
Vouchers are valid to June 30.To order photos from this page click here