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Queenslanders set to be offered vouchers to boost tourism in state’s far north – ABC News

Fifteen thousand Queenslanders will be given $200 vouchers to use at tourism attractions in the state’s far north from tomorrow. Here’s how the scheme will work…

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Fifteen thousand Queenslanders will be able to apply for $200 vouchers to use at tourism attractions in the state’s far north from tomorrow.
It is hoped the scheme will help an industry that’s been struggling through a $2.2 billion COVID-inflicted deficit.
But the deal comes with a catch. Here’s what you need to know if you’re considering a holiday up north.
How will the vouchers work?
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