Parents NSW vouchers. Parents, carers and guardians of school-enrolled children are eligible for $250 in vouchers.
Parents NSW vouchers: a reward for home learning
The expanded Dine & DiscoverNSW now includes:
- 1 extra $25 Dine NSW voucher
- 1 extra $25 Discover NSW voucher
- 1 x $50 Stay NSW voucher
- 5 X $50 Parents NSW vouchers for eligible people with school-enrolled children.
Parents NSW Vouchers
The 5 x $50 Parents NSW vouchers can be used:
- 7 days a week, including public holidays
- at Discover NSW businesses for entertainment and recreation activities
- at Stay NSW businesses for accommodation bookings
- until 9 October 2022.
Note: One person from each eligible household can apply once, regardless of how many school-enrolled children live in that household.
Parents NSW vouchers can be used at Stay NSW or Discover NSW businesses
Eligible parents in NSW will be able to use their 5 x $50 vouchers to:
Discover — for entertainment and recreation, including cultural institutions, live music, and arts venues.
Stay — for accommodation, including hotels, motels, resorts, caravan parks and camping grounds.
Using your vouchers
The Parents NSW vouchers are in addition to the 6 x $25 Dine & Discover NSW vouchers and 1 x $50 Stay NSW voucher.
To use your vouchers, make sure they appear in your Service NSW app under ‘vouchers’.
- Log in to the Service NSW App on your mobile device.
- Select ‘Vouchers’.
- Select the valid voucher you wish to use.
- Present the voucher QR code for the business to scan at payment.
- Your device will show the voucher as being used.
If you do not have a mobile device, you can provide the business with a printed voucher or voucher code instead.
Both printed and digital options can be scanned by participating businesses.
Vouchers cannot be:
- redeemed for cash
- used for alcohol, tobacco or gambling.
For seamless use, vouchers should be used in the Service NSW app, so you will need to have a MyServiceNSW account and to have the app downloaded to your smartphone.
Many NSW residents are already set up in the Service NSW app and using it for QR code check ins, drivers licence and vaccination proof.
If you aren’t yet set up with vouchers or the app, you may also need: 2 proof of identity documents such as an Australian driver licence, Medicare card or Australian passport. The names must match on your documents
How do you greet in Hausa?
- Sannu (“Hello”)
- Na gode (“Thank you”)
- Eh / A’a (“yes / no”)
- Ina gidan wanka? (“Where is the bathroom?”)
- Kunna bar / Juya dama (“Turn left / right”)
- Daina (“Stop”)
- Dadi (“delicious”)
- Ina jin yunwa (“I’m hungry”)
- Ruwa (“water”)
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Hausa people – Wikipedia
The Hausa language, a member of Afroasiatic family of languages, has more first-language speakers than any other African language. Hausa is a Chadic language spoken by the Hausa people, mainly within the northern half of Nigeria and the southern half of Niger, and with significant minorities in Chad, Benin, and Cameroon. Wikipedia