Sport Vouchers help kids #LearnToBowl

By Emily Rennes
January 28, 2020

Many states and territories have started releasing sport vouchers for 2020, Bowl Patrol encourages registration using these vouchers, increasing opportunities for kids to learn how to bowl.

Although titled and administered differently across Australia, the vouchers are enough to cover at least the full cost of one term of Bowl Patrol ($99 for first time participants) or anyone returning to the program ($79 excludes Patroller Pack).

Check below for direct links to those states that offer the initiative, which is currently available in all state and territories except Victoria and ACT. For more information head to https://bowlpatrol.com.au/about-bowl-patrol/ 

NORTHERN TERRITORY ‘Sport Voucher’ https://sportvoucher.nt.gov.au/

NEW SOUTH WALES ‘Active Kids’ https://sport.nsw.gov.au/sectordevelopment/activekids

SOUTH AUSTRALIA ‘Sports Vouchers’ http://www.sportsvouchers.sa.gov.au/

QUEENSLAND ‘Fair Play’ https://www.qld.gov.au/recreation/sports/funding/fairplay/apply 

WESTERN AUSTRALIA ‘KidSport’ https://www.dsr.wa.gov.au/funding/individuals/kidsport

TASMANIA ‘Ticket to Play’ https://www.communities.tas.gov.au/ticket-to-play

The voucher administration process varies from state to state, mostly, parents need to surrender the voucher to the centre or state coordinator who claim the rebate and finalise online registration.

Visit our https://bowlpatrol.com.au/contact-us/ page for your state or territory coordinator for more information.

Register for a program using your voucher by completing a Registration form online at www.bowlpatrol.com.au ‘Find A Program’
Let us know if we can help;
bowlpatrol@tenpin.org.au
Facebook/bowlpatrolaus
0468645431 – Emily (national Bowl Patrol manager)

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