The Queensland government has announced another round of tourism vouchers, but the Gold Coast has missed out again.
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has confirmed that 36,000 travel vouchers will be made available for holidaymakers in Brisbane and the Whitsundays, valued at $100 and $200.
They’ll give visitors 50 per cent off at selected accommodation or tourism experiences, in an effort to boost domestic tourism in heavily affected areas.
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30,000 of the $100 vouchers will be available across Greater Brisbane, Scenic Rim and the Moreton Bay islands, while 6,000 of the $200 vouchers will be available to people staying in the Whitsundays from May 4.
For more information, or to enter the draw to win a voucher, head to queensland.com.
Entries start from April 27.
BREAKING: 36,000 travel vouchers will be up for grabs for holidaymakers in Brisbane and the Whitsundays.
The Holiday Dollars are valued at $100 and $200, and give visitors 50% off at selected accommodation or tourism experiences.
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— Annastacia Palaszczuk (@AnnastaciaMP) April 21, 2021