It is understood South Australians will be eligible for vouchers of up to $100 per booking for select CBD hotels and $50 for regional and suburban accommodation providers. As stated by Tourism Top End, General Manager, Glen Hingley: “Now more than ever the Territory is ready for locals to get out and rediscover their backyard. Find out more about our policy and your choices, including how to opt-out. Even more great package deals coming soon! If your purchase is $400 or over, you’ll save the maximum $200 off the total booking cost by redeeming one voucher. Need a hand choosing or booking your red centre adventure? If you are the owner of multiple properties, you can carry out improvement works to one home only. Well, unlike many news organisations, we have no sponsors, no corporate or ideological interests. The incentive comes as South Australia announced they are also looking at rolling out a travel voucher scheme to get more holiday-makers spending across the state. The City of Palmerston is investing $60,000 into the scheme with the Territory Government committing $160,000 to encourage Palmerston locals to go out and support local. If a property has more than one owner, only one person can apply under the scheme. RELATED: SA travel voucher scheme called ‘stingy’ by opposition, The incentive hopes to get more interstate visitors to the Top End during the wet season. The scheme will help to progress around 20,000 screwdriver-ready projects in Territory homes. All trademarks and rights are owned by their respective owners. One of the Territory’s largest hotel groups may stand to pocket thousands of extra dollars from the Gunner Government’s tourism voucher scheme, after an NT Independent investigation found it was charging higher fees for people redeeming vouchers.. A series of calls by the NT Independent to more than a dozen Territory hotel operators revealed some, including … From 1 July, Territorians aged 18 years and over will be able to register and redeem their Territory Tourism Voucher at www.territoryvoucher.nt.gov.au. Territory Tourism Voucher round 2 registrations will open at 8pm on Monday 2 November 2020. This is a great opportunity for residents to explore their own backyard and to share their experiences with visitors from across the Territory. Nationwide News Pty Limited Copyright © 2020. The Territory Tourism Voucher is still worth up to $200 and is a dollar for dollar investment when you use your voucher to book a NT experience through one of our four Visitor Information Centres. “The Territory is the safest place in Australia because Territorians have been the best during this crisis. Prepaid cards issued to members of the NT Seniors Recognition Scheme for the 2019-20 financial year will expire on 30 June. This means that projects are physical improvements to land and / or buildings, and repairs and maintenance services. The new incentive falls over the Territory’s wet season, which typically sees a significant down turn in visitors. The $5.2 million voucher initiative is supported by a marketing campaign ‘Never have I ever…’ encouraging Territorians to book a local tourism experience they have never got around to enjoying for themselves. The Home Improvement Scheme (HIS) has been strongly embraced by Territorians and we have had an overwhelming response to the program with around 20,000 applications received. Visit the Territory Tourism Voucher page for more information, or check out this list of FAQ's. Under the $5.2 million Territory Labor Government scheme aimed at getting residents out exploring their backyard and supporting local businesses, the full allocation of vouchers was snapped up within nine hours. Darwin and Katherine. You are eligible to apply if you are a registered owner of a residential property in the NT. As noted by Litchfield Council Mayor Maree Bredhauer: “This is a great opportunity for Litchfield Council to work with the NT Government to support our local businesses. NSW police appeal after pedestrian hit by two vehicles near Wagga Wagga, New Great Ocean Road Authority Board Appointed, Australian Government confirms its commitment to support Australia’s 2027 Rugby World Cup Bid, University, University of Illinois form partnership to enhance global leadership of Great Lakes region, Red light camera testing completed, South Australia, Penrith Panthers fined for grand final fan fails, Microfluidics Helps Engineers Watch Viral Infection in Real Time, One-third of survey respondents experience worsening levels of stress, Ring Road impound for probationary driver, New Zealand retain Bledisloe Cup at ANZ Stadium in Sydney, Police update: Homicide investigation at Bundaberg, Saturday Lotto draw no.