The NSW Government’s Dine & Discover initiative will be extended to July 31 to give people more time to use all their vouchers eating out or trying a new activity this winter, including during the school holidays.
The latest data shows more than 4.23 million people have downloaded the vouchers since they were launched in March spending a combined total of more than $357 million with registered businesses, adding in the additional spend on top of the voucher amount.
Treasurer Dominic Perrottet said the stimulus had proved popular and played a valuable role supporting businesses as well as reviving consumer confidence.
“This is helping to fire-up our economy. It’s not just boosting revenue for businesses, it’s bringing a fresh clientele through their doors eager to try a new eatery or exciting activity,” Mr Perrottet said.