As a WA Seniors Card member you will receive a card that is your WA Seniors Card and Transperth SmartRider in one.

The SmartRider side will give you access to travel on Transperth services for free or on a concession basis.

You can use the WA Seniors Card side to claim a range of State Government concessions and discounts from businesses across Western Australia.

You will also be eligible to apply for monthly competitions offered to WA Seniors Card members.

Search the website to find a discount near you.

As a WA Seniors Card member, use the SmartRider side of your card, for free travel on Transperth services from 9.00am to 3.30pm and 7.00pm to 6.00am weekdays, all weekend, public holidays and during Seniors Week.

You will receive a seniors concession rate for travel at all other times.

Further details about your SmartRider are available on the Transperth website.

As a WA Seniors Card member, you have access to the most generous range of State Government concessions and rebates available to seniors in Australia.  See below details of some of the concessions you can apply for:

Cost of Living RebateEach July, the State Government makes a payment to registered WA Seniors Card members. 

For 2021, the Cost of Living Rebate is $93.12 for singles and $139.64 for couples.

New WA Seniors Card members must apply by May 31 of each year to receive the rebate.

Phone: WA Seniors Card Centre
1800 671 233

Safety and Security RebateWA Seniors Card members can claim up to $400 after they purchase an eligible item. Terms and Conditions apply.

Phone: WA Seniors Card Centre
1800 671 233

Local Government Rates, Emergency Services Levy and Water Rates

WA Seniors Card members can receive a rebate of up to 25% of their rates, conditions apply.

WA Seniors Card members with a Commonwealth Seniors Health Card can receive a rebate of up to 50%, conditions apply.

The Water Corporation registers eligible pensioners and seniors for this rebate on behalf of local government.

Phone: Water Corporation - 1300 659 951

MotoringWA Seniors Card members can receive 50% rebate off their Driver’s Licence and 100% rebate if you also hold a Commonwealth Seniors Health Card. 

WA Seniors Card members who also have a Commonwealth Seniors Health Care Card can receive a 50% rebate on the vehicle licence fee.

Phone: Department of Transport: 13 11 56

Photo ID Card

WA Senior Card members can receive 50% off their Photo Card fee.

WA Senior Card members with a Commonwealth Seniors Health Card are exempt from a Photo Card fee.

Phone: Department of Transport: 13 11 56
Regional coach/railWA Seniors Card members can receive 50% off all regional point-to-point travel with a SmartRider card.

Interstate Seniors Card holders also receive a concession.

Phone: TRANSWA - 1300 662 205

Recreational Fishing Licences50% discount for WA Seniors Card members.

Phone: Department of Primary Industries & Regional Development

1300 374 731

SpectaclesWA Seniors Card members can receive up to $54.34 off a pair of spectacles every two years.

Claim form available from optometrists, optical dispensers and the Department of Health.

Phone: Department of Health - 1300 367 398
(Once answered, select option 3)

Other State Government ConcessionsThe Government of Western Australia provides a range of other rebates and concessions, such as the Country Age Pension Fuel card for non-metropolitan Western Australians who receive an Aged Pension from Centrelink or other eligible pension. More information on other concessions and rebates can be found on the Concessions WA


WA Seniors Card members also receive discounted entry to the Art Gallery of WA, Museum of WA, Perth Zoo, Rottnest Island accommodation and National Parks. Further information about State Government provided WA Seniors Card member benefits can be access from the Concessions WA website.

WA Seniors Card members have exclusive access to a variety of discounts from participating businesses. Search our website for a discount near you!

All State and Territory governments issue their own Seniors Card and the benefits vary. Generally, businesses (including tours, attractions and accommodation) in one state will usually recognise cards from another. It is best to ask the business if it provides a discount before making a purchase.


The National Seniors Transport Scheme provides Seniors Card members with concessions on transport throughout Australia. You can use your WA Seniors Card to receive a concession on public transport throughout Australia. If you are travelling to NSW you will need to apply for an Opal Card prior to arriving. Further details are available at the Opal Website.

Business Discounts

Businesses in most states will allow you to use your WA Seniors Card to get discounts.

The WA Seniors Card provides access to a wide range of discounts from participating businesses across New Zealand.

Details of participating businesses in New Zealand that accept WA Seniors Card for discounts are available from the New Zealand SuperGold website or by telephoning 0800 25 45 65 when in New Zealand.

You will also be eligible to apply for monthly competitions offered to WA Seniors Card members.

What are the benefits of the WA Seniors Card?

Free off-peak travel

Members get free off-peak travel and concession rates at all other times on Transperth. Conditions apply.
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Local government rate rebate

Get a State Government rebate on local government rates. Conditions apply.
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Water rate rebate

Get a State Government rebate on water service charges. Conditions apply.
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Special offers

Members have exclusive access to special offers provided by our business partners.
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Members have access to discounts from more than 600 businesses - search discounts near you.
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Members can enter monthly competitions provided by our business partners.
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