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[NSW] 30 Activities under $25 on Klook (Free with $25 Dine & Discover NSW Voucher)


Used together with Dine & Discover NSW Vouchers. Klook is currently offering 30 different activities that are "free" when you book with your Dine & Discover vouchers. To use the Diner & Discover vouchers on Klook (assuming you have already applied from within the Service NSW app), just put in the serial number underneath the QR code on the Dine & Discover vouchers during checkout.

15 family friendly activities for free:

  • SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium Ticket
  • Wild Life Sydney Zoo Entry Ticket
  • Madame Tussauds Sydney Ticket
  • Sydney Tower Eye Ticket
  • Sydney Tower Eye Skywalk
  • Illawarra Fly Treetops Walk Entry Ticket
  • Sydney Hop-On Hop-Off Cruise 1 or 2 Day Pass by Captain Cook
  • Sydney Big Bus Hop-On Hop-Off Sightseeing Tours
  • Blue Mountains Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Pass
  • Irukandji Shark and Ray Encounters Admission Ticket
  • Port Stephens Beach Tour and Sandboarding Experience
  • Australian National Maritime Museum Ticket in Sydney
  • Potoroo Palace Animal Sanctuary Admission Ticket
  • Jervis Bay Dolphin Watch Cruise Tour
  • Featherdale Sydney Wildlife Park Ticket (Sold Out)

15 activities with your mates

  • Axe Throwing Experience Sydney
  • Sydney Virtual Reality Military Jet Experience
  • Sydney Harbour Bar Cruise
  • Megalong Valley Winery Shuttle Bus from the Blue Mountains
  • Sydney Harbour Jet Boat Adventure
  • Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Central Pokolbin Full Day Pass
  • Manly Stand Up Paddle Board Lesson
  • Stand Up Paddle Ball (SUP) Game in Manly
  • Manly Kayak Hire
  • Manly Stand Up Paddleboard Hire
  • Brunswick River Kayaking Experience
  • Jervis Bay Summer Boom Netting
  • Electric Bike Hire on the South Coast
  • The Rocks Walking Tour
  • Sydney Opera House Guided Walking Tour

Terms and conditions:

  • Dine & Discover NSW vouchers can be accessed in your MyServiceNSW account
  • Simply input the Discover voucher code at checkout to redeem $25 off
  • A transaction with a Discover voucher is non-refundable or resellable
  • Only one voucher can be used per day and per transaction
  • A voucher cannot be used on a child ticket
  • Vouchers cannot be redeemed on NSW public holiday dates

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Referrer receives $4 credit after referee's 1st completed activity. Referee gets $5 credit on signup.

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  • Nice one thanks

  • Any deals for dining?

  • +2

    🤞 with those Queenslanders and Easter coming up… large crowds… stay safe all!.

  • +2

    I applied to work at klook and after an interview they never responded :(

    • and then?

      • aaaaand then?

        • and so, they lived happily ever after…

        • +1

          No and then

    • +1

      What rude crunts.

    • Did you dress as a member of the Addams family? They’re kooky and..

  • anything like this for Melbourne?

  • +1

    I'll never understand the axe throwing thing.

    Just buy an axe from bunnings and go to your local reserve and go nuts.

    • +1

      axe cost money, this is free

      • I'm not talking about this voucher.

    • +1

      your local reserve

      And what do you throw the axe in to?

      Kill some trees?

      • +1

        And what do you throw the axe in to?

        Take a guess.

        • +1


        • +1


    • throw axes at living trees?

    • I reckon it's more about the team activity. You know, something your company can pay for, a place that is safe for everyone, even with that weird colleague who gets this spark in his eyes whenever he sees sharp things, and you get somebody literally telling you how to do it - just in case you grew up with zero control over your body and never threw anything other than your studies.

  • Can you stack multiple vouchers - I.e for 2 adults

    • +4

      I couldn’t. Had to book individually.

      • so how do I take my tinder there??

      • Ok great thanks for that.

  • Very boring activities, even for free!

    • the skywalk looks fun

      • No. That's where you go when your Mrs complains you don't spend enough time with her.

        • +1

          and leave her there?

  • Thanks heaps OP!

  • The child ticket costs more than adult tickets…

    • buy 2 adults…

    • +7

      Just walk into any Service NSW and let them know, they will be happy to assist.

      • nooooo.. not Nauru!!!

  • Any non-family friendly activities?

    I want to support my favorite… stress relief place in the CBD.

  • Vouchers not available for my postcode yet…

    • Try tomorrow or Wednesday

  • +5

    I took my niece to timezone with my vouchers :D

    • Thanksssss never thought of this as part of Discover!

    • Timezone to relive my youth lol.

  • Booked the Skywalk with one of my vouchers; looking forward to it as someone who used to work at the bottom of Centrepoint Tower!

    I went on a Sydney Opera House tour on the weekend (not the one on Klook); worth going on if you like your architecture and history.

    • Was the 40 ish bucks one right? I'm considering doing that too

      • I went on a Sydney Opera House tour on the weekend (not the one on Klook)

        It's not on Klook, and it's not offered at the moment as it was part of the Culture Up Late initiative by the NSW government

    • Was it still worth doing even with the major renovations?

      • Only major renovation is the Concert Hall. Still worth doing, especially if you've never been inside the Opera House before

        • Sadly that's the part I wanted to see most.

          • @first in line: You'll have to wait until 2022 then and only if there's nothing on in there at the time you visit. Or buy a ticket to a show there when it reopens next year.

            If the NSW Government/Sydney Opera House bring it back, it's worth going on The House After Dark tour (which is the tour I went on). Mainly billed as a ghost tour, but you get to see backstage areas and visit a few theatres (I visited the Joan Sutherland Theatre, including the orchestra pit, and the Studio when I went), and there's a lot of history about the House that you get to learn about during the tour.

  • Thanks

  • -2

    FYI Klook is a Hong Kong company, just incase you wanted to actually support local.

  • If only the vouchers were available to people living in my council area …

  • One person can only use one coupon per day.

  • +2

    Some places are doubling the $25 dine amount.

  • Anyone have difficulty selecting tower eye skywalk for 1 person (due to no stacking of voucher)? Klook says minimum requirement of 2 people which defeats the purpose of the vouchers.

    • No; was able to book for one person, however this was week before last.

      • -1

        Review of that place please?

        • Where did I say I already went? 🙄 I said I booked. Plus, reviews are plenty on the internet.

        • +2

          I've been on the Skywalk about 12ish years ago.

          It's fun to get a different view of Sydney, the platform is cool and safe, but if you're scared of heights, be wary, especially if its a windy day.

    • +1

      Is it just me or did they entirely remove the skywalk activity? I don't see it anymore

      • i got
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        Looks like the page you’re looking for is hiding somewhere amidst our 3000+ experiences.
        Feel free to call us for assistance on 1300 935 532

        • +1

          I've found it again but it's reverted back to original price

  • +2

    It looks like the Sydney Tower Eye Skywalk isn't a free with voucher activity anymore. It's now showing as $25 off regular price. #sadpanda

  • For Sydney Aquarium, if you pick the "Dine & Discover NSW Eligible - General Entry Ticket" option, then it only allows a maximum of 1 Adult ticket.
    I guess if you want to go with people, each adult would need to create their own Klook account first, then book separately (with a small risk that the entry date/time you wanted could be sold out between making the separate bookings) ?

    • Curious to know how you went. I've got the same question.

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