Registrations open for the third and final round of NT Tourism vouchers at 8pm Monday, and if experience has taught us anything, it is likely they will be snapped up fast.
The expected rush for the first round of vouchers in July 2020 overwhelmed the booking system as hundreds of people scrambled to get their hands on one.
In round two everyone that registered, whether they were first to put their name down or last, was issued a voucher, and were prompted to travel a little further from Darwin.
This time around, vouchers are redeemable on a dollar for dollar basis and can be used on multiple tourism experiences in the Top End, Red Centre, Katherine and Barkly regions.
Tony Quarmby, executive general manager of marketing and tourism, says just like Round Two, vouchers can be used on multiple tourism experiences, but only if they are booked in the one transaction.
"Any unused funds [will be] returned to the funding pool for Territorians on the waitlist," he said.
"Encouraging locals to get out and become a tourist in their own backyard has been one of the best ways to support our tourism and hospitality operators, and Territorians have really taken this opportunity on board."
Once again, Territorians are being encouraged to travel further afield to help businesses that were largely forgotten in round one.
An additional $200 bonus claim will be redeemable on a dollar match basis for those who travel over 400 kilometres as part of a single journey, Mr Quarmby said.
"The Territory Tourism Voucher scheme is a $16.2 million package delivered through three funding rounds to support the Territory's tourism industry and encourage Territorians to experience our great Territory lifestyle and try new experiences," he said.
"Round One and Two returned more than $17 million in bookings to date across the Northern Territory, which is a great reflection of this support."
To register for a $200 Tourism Voucher visit the website here.
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