The NSW Dine and Discover Vouchers are part of the NSW Government’s effort to get the economy pumping again – the deadline to use the vouchers has now been extended to 31 August 2021! Here are some local suggestions.

Under the scheme, every NSW resident over the age of 18 years is eligible to receive 4 x $25 vouchers to use at eligible businesses. The vouchers you receive are divided into two categories:

  • 2 x $25 Dine NSW Vouchers to be used for dining in at restaurants, cafés, bars, wineries, pubs or clubs.
  • 2 x $25 Discover NSW Vouchers to be used for entertainment and recreation, including cultural institutions, live music, and arts venues.

Visit the Winter Fair at Rouse Hill Town Centre

The Winter Fair sees the return of the ice rink for a few weeks. If your kids haven’t been skating before, it’s a great local option to give them a whirl on the ice. Also, enjoy carnival rides, create your own Frosty cupcakes, join in the Frosty dance party and more! Use your NSW Discover vouchers to purchase your tickets online or from the ticket booth on Main Street! 17 June – 18 July. More info here.

Castle Towers Shopping Centre

Strike Bowling, Event Cinemas and iPlay all accept the vouchers. Our pick would be the movies as there are some great ones out in June, both for kids and adults.


See the animals

Featherdale, Golden Ridge Animal Farm, Koala Park, Sydney Zoo.

Indoor activities & play centres

Crocs Playcentre Rouse Hill, Ultimate Northmead, Elude Escape Rooms Galston, Timezone Rouse Hill, Zone Bowling Castle Hill.

Go climbing

Peak Pursuits Castle Hill, The Edge Rock Climbing Centre, Tree Tops Sydney (Cumberland State Forest, Castle Hill).

Play some putt putt golf

Holey Moley, Thornleigh Golf Centre.

Head to the theatre

Pavillion Theatre Castle Hill, Riverside Theatres Parramatta – there are two kids’ show playing these Winter school holidays! Find out more here.

Go bowling

Zone Bowling Castle Hill.

To search on what else is available see the NSW Government website here.