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The VIC Government Is Handing Out 40,000 Vouchers Worth $200 To Spend In Melbourne CBD

The VIC Government Is Handing Out 40,000 Vouchers Worth $200 To Spend In Melbourne CBD

Oh, travel schemes — the one silver lining coming out of lockdown so that we can all go support our local areas. Victoria already had several rounds of regional vouchers, and today they’re starting on $200 vouchers for the Melbourne CBD.

 

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First things first, this is for Victorian residents over 18 only, but that’s exactly how the first few rounds of regional vouchers went and then they opened up — so fingers crossed.

Those who are lucky enough to score a voucher will receive a $200 reimbursement for any accommodation, tours, and attractions paid for across “any 26 metropolitan Melbourne local government areas” on their next vacay.

 

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As always there are conditions, and this time you’ll need to able to show that you spent $400 or more on a minimum of two nights accommodation, plus eligible tours or attractions (you’ll have to go read the fine print on the register page, but basically gambling and drinking don’t count). Still, though, that’s half your holiday back and we love to see it.

From 10am today, Friday, March 12, eligible residents can register for the vouchers here.

 

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A group of hikers in the Bay of Fires, Tasmania

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It feels like forever since we’ve been able to explore Australia’s trendiest city (yes, I said it) and there’s so much to get excited about. Like this cafe that has to be the most aesthetically pleasing one in existence, except for maybe this Melbourne bubble tea joint.

Or you could take a short trip outside the city while you’re there and find this adorable sunflower farm, or really treat yourself and have an overnight glamp at the luxurious Mornington Peninsula Hot Springs.

(Lead image: Unsplash / Matt Zhang)

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