Small businesses and local traders in Katherine can benefit from round 3 of the myKatherine discount voucher program, the program is designed to boost the economic after COVID-19 lockdowns and lockouts. 

The Territory Labour Government is investing $100,000.00 into the scheme, which is managed locally by Katherine Town Council.

Registrations are now open for eligible businesses, including those that participated in the previous rounds.

myKatherine uses a simply online system developed locally by the City of Darwin. Users register and redeem vouchers on their mobile phones to get a automatic discount of up to $20.00 when they purchase from a participating trader. 

Discount voucher details

  • Receive $2.50 myKatherine voucher on minimum spend $10.00
  • Receive $5.00 myKatherine voucher on minimum spend $20.00
  • Receive $10.00 myKatherine voucher on minimum spend $40.00
  • Receive $20.00 myKatherine voucher on minimum spend $80.00

To find out more information, or to sign up as a user or merchant click here

Be sure to read the merchant user guide, terms and condition to check your eligibility criteria. If you need assistance email mykatherine@ktc.nt.gov.au 

Quotes from Minister for Small Business Paul Kirby:

“Throughout the pandemic we have done everything we can to support small business and keep Territorians in jobs.

“Now we’ve chipped in $100,000 for another round of myKatherine vouchers to ensure the Territory’s economy continues to tick over, and business stays on track.

“These vouchers are another great opportunity for Government and local councils to work together and support our Territory small businesses.”

 

Quotes from Her Worship the Mayor Mrs Elisabeth Clark:

It gives me great pleasure to announce the MyKatherine Discount Program will be on again. Thank you to the NT Government for the $100,000 funding towards this.  I would also like to thank Darwin City Council for the use of their platform for this to go ahead.   This will help to boost the business community in Katherine after our recent lockdown.  I encourage the community to make use of the opportunity for the discounts when you are shopping in Katherine.

 

Quotes from Member for Arnhem Selena Uibo:

“It’s been a really rough run for Katherine and for the surrounding communities – but residents have banded together, staying home and staying safe, and getting vaccinated and tested as required.

“We know how popular this scheme has been in the past, so I am delighted to see another pool of funding opening up, which will give local businesses a much needed economic boost after the extended lockdown and lockout periods.”

Quotes from Trent De With, Rod and Rifle Tackleworld Katherine and Member of the Big Rivers Regional Reconstruction Committee

“With the recent COVID-19 lock down impacting local businesses in Katherine, the news of another MyKatherine Voucher Scheme will provide a much needed boost to the local economy just in time for Christmas.

“We look forward to seeing people out and about using their vouchers to support local Katherine businesses this Christmas. It has never been more important than now to shop local and thank you to the Northern Territory Government and Katherine Town Council for supporting such a great initiative.”