Shoalhaven businesses are encouraged to take part in an initiative to halve the cost of being out and about with a disability.
The Companion Card program encourages businesses to provide free entry to companions of people with a disability.
The program has been helping people with lifelong disability participate in their community for more than 10 years, by providing free entry to events and activities for family members, friends, volunteers or paid carers.
Participants in the region include the Shoalhaven Zoo, Meroogal, Shoalhaven City Turf Club and the Bomaderry Aquatic Centre.
Companion Cards are only available to people with significant and permanent disabilities that need a carer with them at all times to participate in community based activities and venues.
The program aims to promote the rights of people with disability to fair ticketing and make community access and participation more affordable.
Member for South Coast Shelley Hancock urged businesses to sign up.
"People with disability should have every opportunity to participate in our community," Mrs Hancock said.
"I urge all recreational businesses across our region to sign up to become an affiliate today and show their support to people with disability and their carers."
Minister for Families, Communities and Disability Services Gareth Ward said the NSW Government is reigniting the campaign as a way of building more inclusive communities.
"This is also about being a good corporate citizen and helping people with disabilities to live life to the fullest," Mr Ward said.
For more information about the Companion Card Program or to sign up, visit www.companioncard.nsw.gov.au.