THE Tassie Holiday Voucher program is about to get underway with ballot registrations to open on Friday.
Residents of South Australia, Western Australia and Queensland are invited to register for the ballot, which aims to encourage travel to Tasmania.
The initiative will see up to 10,000 $300 vouchers offered through Discover Tasmania.
Each voucher will offer $200 towards accommodation and $100 towards attractions or tours and will be valid for travel between November 4 and December 31.
Successful recipients will be able to book travel and redeem their discounts through an online marketplace, which will also offer a great chance to explore available products and services.
Interstate travellers will also be able to take advantage of more direct flights, which are set to take off from November.
The program aims to provide a boost to Tasmanian tourism and will help make up for a loss of revenue as a result of recent NSW and Victorian border closures.
It is supported by the Federal Government's $3.054 million Recovery for Regional Tourism (RRT) program.
Tasmanian tourism minister Sarah Courtney said the program would provide a much needed boost to the industry.
Tasmanian senator Jonno Duniam said the summer holiday period was a popular time to visit Tasmania and the initiative would give people another reason.
"There has never been a better time to come down to Tassie, visit some of our incredible natural wonders and taste some of our fabulous food, wine and whisky," he said.
For more information on the program and how to register click here.