Ticket to play
Ticket to Play provides two vouchers up to $100 each towards club membership for children aged 5-18 years and listed on a Centrelink Health Care or Pensioner Concession Card or in Out of Home Care. Vouchers can be used either both at one activity provider, or at two different activity providers.
Ticket to Play is a Tasmanian Government initiative designed to reduce the cost of participating in club sporting activities for Tasmanian children.
The key objective of Ticket to Play is to increase the number of young Tasmanians playing sport and supporting the Tasmanian Government’s objective of Tasmania being the healthiest population by 2025.
The voucher can be used at approved activity providers who meet certain eligibility criteria. Search for approved activity providers on our website.
The voucher is available for use toward the cost of membership fees. Other items such as uniforms, equipment, footwear etc. are not eligible.
Who this service is for
Applicants must be:
– living in Tasmania;
– aged between 5 and 18 years old at the time of application; and be listed on a valid Centrelink Health Care or Pensioner Concession Card (either their own or their parent, guardian or carer’s) or be in Out of Home Care.
How this service is delivered
Call or visit us online
For all Ticket to Play Enquiries call 1800 252 476 or see our website
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