PLEASE NOTE:

Customers can redeem vouchers for Semester 2 2019 fees from May 22 2019

Vouchers for this time period will be redeemed from August 19th, once 'risk-free period' has ended 

Customers can redeem vouchers for Semester 1 2020 fees from January 1 2020 

Vouchers for this time period will be redeemed from February 21st, once 'risk-free period' has ended

 

ABOUT CREATIVE KIDS

The NSW Government is helping your cost of living with more than 40 rebates and savings including Creative Kids, which is all about making it easier for school-aged kids (4.5 to 18 years old) to get involved in creative and cultural activities.

Parents, guardians and carers can claim a $100 voucher per year to put towards the cost of lessons and fees with registered providers.

It's a great opportunity to let kids find their passion and learn new skills.

Vouchers can be used to contribute to registration, participation and tuition costs for performing arts, visual arts, coding, languages, literature, music and other creative and cultural activities with our approved list of activity providers.

The program will allow eligible recipients to receive one voucher per eligible child each calendar year for 4 years commencing 1 January 2019.

The voucher can only be used one time with one provider. If an activity costs less than $100, the balance of the voucher cannot be redeemed.

This is a 4-year program that is currently planned to run until 31 December 2022.

Apply for $100.00 voucher

  • Vouchers can only be accepted by registered providers.

  • Providers must collect the following details to be able to redeem a voucher:

    • child’s full name as it appears on the voucher (do not use parent's name)

    • child’s date of birth 

    • voucher number.

  • Providers must not increase prices above a reasonable level or start charging for programs that previously had no fees.

  • No retrospective reimbursement of fees will be paid.

  • Providers can allow for part or deferred payment at registration. 

  • Provider payment conditions and policies are up to each provider.