COVID-19: Safe stay measures are being taken at all of our hostels and YHAs are following all relevant State based travel restrictions.
See our Covid page for full details.

State Travel Vouchers

'Holiday Here' is our new motto when it comes to travel, and our governments are providing great incentives for us to get out and about - helping to boost our tourism & hospitality industries. There are so many great reasons to travel within Australia right now. We've put together a state-by-state breakdown of all the deals and incentives available, so read on to find your Aussie getaway inspiration!

YHA advises checking current government COVID restrictions before making holiday plans - available here.

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Australian Capital Territory

ChooseCBR allows ACT residents & visitors to get their hands on digital discount vouchers that can be redeemed at participating businesses. See the FAQ page here.

Stay: Canberra City YHA

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Victoria

The Regional Travel Voucher Scheme covers accommodation, sightseeing entry fees and tours in regional Victoria and is available to Victorian households. Check out all you need to know here.

Stay: YHA Victoria Properties

New South Wales

The Dine & Discover NSW program will offer a pack of 4 vouchers to NSW residents (over 18) to use for hospitality and cultural experiences. It is being rolled out across the state by end of March 2021 via the MyServiceNSW app. Read about Dine & Discover NSW here.  Accommodation is likely to be included soon, but in the mean time use them for experiences.

Stay: YHA NSW Properties

Experience: Pittwater Eco YHA $50 towards Tours or Equipment Hire

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Northern Territory

Available to NT residents (over 18), the Territory Tourism Voucher scheme can be used for accommodation and activities & experiences. Round 3 registrations have closed but we highly recommend that you click here for more information and join the wait-list in order to be notified first of any new releases.

Stay: YHA NT Properties

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South Australia

SA is again offering their Great State Voucher to all Australians over 18, starting 5 January 2021. The voucher offers a flat $100 off accommodation in city areas and $50 in suburban and regional areas. Full details available here.

Stay: YHA SA Properties

Queensland

Register from 27th April - 30th April for Brisbane Holiday Dollars! With 30,000 vouchers available to QLD residents, it offers 50% off tours, attractions or accommodation in the greater Brisbane region. Find out more here.

Also available soon, Whitsunday Holiday Dollars! Full details will be available 4th May 2021 here.

Both are for Queensland residents only.

Stay: YHA QLD Properties

Tasmania & Western Australia

While there are no active schemes available for these states, that doesn't mean you can't travel around restrictions permitting and support the community. Keep an eye on buysomethingtasmanian.com.au and the news for announcements.

Stay: YHA Tasmania Properties | YHA WA Properties

    Canberra City YHA
    Canberra City YHA
    Whether you're travelling solo or with family there are plenty of attractions to keep you busy in Canberra. Located just 5 minutes from the interstate bus terminal.
    Apollo Bay Eco YHA
    Apollo Bay Eco YHA
    Midway along the famous Great Ocean Road, relax by the wood fire heater, and enjoy ocean views from the rooftop at Apollo Bay Eco YHA.
    Alice Springs YHA
    Alice Springs YHA
    Alice Springs YHA traveller hostel is built within the grounds of an historic outdoor cinema. Make sure you book your accommodation with us, for nightly movies under the stars!
    Adelaide Central YHA
    Adelaide Central YHA
    Located right in the centre of the city, Adelaide Central YHA is only a 7-minute walk to Adelaide Central Market and a short bus ride to Adelaide Festival Centre and Adelaide Zoo.
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YHA acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of Country throughout Australia. We acknowledge and pay our respects to Elders past, present, emerging and the extended Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island community.