West Aussies have the chance to get their hands on a $100 Wander Voucher to use towards tours and experiences.
Ten thousand tourism vouchers worth $100 each will be up for grabs from Monday as part of a new $1 million campaign to support Western Australia’s tour and experience businesses.
“This latest initiative of the successful Wander out Yonder campaign offers a great incentive for Western Australians to find out more about our State from the people who know it best,” said Mr McGowan.
Just in time for the school holidays, the ‘A million reasons to Wander out Yonder’ campaign will give Western Australians who spend at least $100 on a tour or experience, a $100 discount.
The limited number of vouchers will be on offer from 10am this Monday (September 21) – with Western Australians able to register online on a first-in, best-dressed basis.
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The $1 million campaign will see more than $2 million injected directly into Western Australia’s tour and experience companies, while also helping to promote the incredible activities on offer all around the State.
The campaign will provide discounts on the huge range of tourism options available in WA – including winery tours, fishing charters, Aboriginal cultural tours, diving experiences, food tours, and many more.
Tourism Minister Paul Papalia is excited about the potential of the Wander vouchers to help operators that are still doing it tough.
“West Aussies have been travelling around the State in huge numbers, with accommodation booked out in many of the State’s tourism destinations.
“However, we know that some tour and experience operators are still doing it tough so we’re encouraging Western Australians to use this incentive to tick a WA experience off their bucket list,” he said.
Visitors will be able to redeem a $100 voucher by spending at least $100 on a tour or experience. This means people have the option of making a half-price saving on a $200 activity, or choosing to get a $100 discount off a higher-value or ‘bucket list’ experience.
Participants will also be able to bundle several tours and experiences through participating visitor centres.
“COVID-19 has impacted WA’s tour and experience businesses, and this program will give people more of a reason to take up some of the excellent activities our local operators in Perth and in the regions offer.
The vouchers will be redeemable online, by phone, or in-person at participating visitor centres. The tour or experience must be booked by October 31, 2020, and undertaken by the end of the year.
How to get your hands on a Wander Out Yonder $100 voucher?
Vouchers will be available to the first 10,000 people who register at wandervoucher.com.au from 10am on Monday, September 21.
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