You're eligible for a Seniors Card if you meet the following three criteria:
There is no income or pension limit and the card is issued free of charge.
Weekdays (Monday to Friday):
|Midnight to 7.00 am||Free for seniors|
|7.01 am to 9.00 am||Seniors concession rate|
|9.01 am to 3.00 pm||Free for seniors|
|3.01 pm to 7.00 pm||Seniors concession rate|
|7.01 pm to midnight||Free for seniors|
Weekends (Saturday and Sunday) and public holidays:
|Midnight to midnight||Free for seniors|
If you hold other State or Commonwealth government concession cards, you may be eligible for other concessions. For more information about concessions, visit the Concessions Finder website.
Or complete the Seniors Card application form 217.3 KB and return by:
Fax: 8204 2430 or
Post: Seniors Card, PO Box 196, Rundle Mall SA 5000
Application forms are also available from Australia Post outlets or phone (free call) 1800 819 961.
You must sign the form in front of someone who is over 18 years of age and not related to you. They must sight your birth certificate, driver's licence, passport or a similar document as proof of your date of birth.
You will receive your card within two to three weeks.
You will receive a copy of the Seniors Card Discount Directory, Your Lifestyle Guide with your card. In the meantime, visit the online version of the directory to find out about the discounts and benefits your Seniors Card entitles you to.
Seniors Card information is available in the following languages. If you would like information translated into another language, contact the Interpreting and Translating Centre on 8226 1990.
|Seniors Card information Croatian 31.1 KB |
Seniors Card information Croation 35.0 KB
|Seniors Card information Polish 39.4 KB|
Seniors Card information Polish 30.5 KB
Interstate Seniors Card information - Seniors Card
Seniors Card Unit
Phone 1800 819 961 (free call)
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