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THE second round of travel vouchers from the state government have been quickly snapped up again.

Vouchers were on offer again on 20 January, but the allocation was quickly exhausted. 40,000 vouchers for $200 were taken up.

During the first round of offers, 70,000 vouchers were claimed. The state government says that the Mornington Peninsula was one of the most popular destinations for holiday makers who claimed vouchers.

Tourism minister Martin Pakula said “Victorians love exploring their own backyard and these vouchers make it easier for families to get out into our beautiful regions and enjoy a well-earned break.”

“More people travelling in regional Victoria means more money over the counter for…



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