Every Central Coast family with school-aged children will receive a $250 voucher in early 2022, as part of a $2.8 billion stimulus package announced by the NSW Government today.
Parliamentary Secretary for the Central Coast and Member for Terrigal Adam Crouch said the vouchers would stimulate spending and revive the local economy.
“The $250 can be spent on recreation and accommodation so there are plenty of ways for families to spend this voucher,” Mr Crouch said.
“One of the biggest challenges for families during the three month lockdown was learning from home. As life begins to return to normal we want to encourage people to get out, enjoy what the Central Coast has to offer and hopefully boost the economy in the process.
“These vouchers form a key part of our new Premier’s Economic Recovery Strategy, which has a strong focus on rebuilding and supporting businesses, helping the hip pocket and boosting jobs.”
The $250 vouchers will be available through Service NSW early next year and will expire in October 2022.
As part of the Economic Recovery Strategy, this week the NSW Government has announced:
For more information, go to: www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19/economic-recovery-strategy.