Member for Cootamundra Steph Cooke announced last week new cost of living measures that can save an average family up to $2000.
According to Ms Cooke the NSW Government will provide more than 70 savings and rebates which could make a major difference for an average family, with Active Kids vouchers, half-priced registration and the $200 Seniors Energy Rebate part of the suite of savings.
Ms Cooke said that over the next year the NSW Government expects to deliver more than $1 billion in savings back to households across NSW through more than 70 measures in the Cost of Living program.
"I encourage everybody in the Cootamundra electorate to look into these schemes. The average saving from Service NSW's cost of living appointment per customer is $550 and over the past year, more than $800 million in savings has been delivered to people across NSW through the Cost of Living program.
"We have made it easier for people to save money on their bills and I encourage every person in the Cootamundra electorate to visit a Service NSW Centre or use the Savings Finder online to see what rebate and savings they can access.
"For more information on Cost of Living measures in NSW, check the Savings Finder."
To find out more go to https://www.service.nsw.gov.au/campaign/cost-living.