With a Seniors Card +go, you can have all the benefits of a Seniors Card plus the ability to hold credit for travel on the South East Queensland Translink network, including buses, trains and ferries - all with the one convenient card. Your Seniors Card +go can be registered and used like any other go card.
The New South Wales Seniors Card is a free discount card providing members with access to NSW Government transport concessions, travel and business discounts.To be eligible for a NSW Seniors Card, you must be a NSW permanent resident, aged 60 or over and work no more than 20 hours a week in paid employment. Apply for a card, request a replacement card, cancel your card or change your details.
The Northern Territory Seniors Card provides a number of discounts including government transport and registration, and participating business discounts on a range of goods and services. Apply for a card, request a replacement card, change your details or cancel your card.
You're eligible for a South Australian Seniors Card if you're aged 60 years or older; you're a permanent South Australian resident; and you're not working more than 20 hours per week in paid employment (part-time and casual employees may average their hours over a 12 month period). Apply for a card, request a replacement card, cancel your card or change your details.
The Victorian Seniors Card allows cardholders to obtain a wide range of discounted goods and services, including travel, accommodation, hospitality, entertainment and leisure. Apply for a card, request a replacement card or change your details.
To apply for the Seniors Card you need to complete a Western Australian Seniors Card Application form. Download the form, or pick one up from the WA Seniors Card Centre, major banks, local government offices and Members of Parliament electorate offices. Includes information about changing your details, finding discounts and replacing a lost or stolen Seniors Card.
The Australian Capital Territory Seniors Card provides cardholders with discounts at over 300 businesses in the ACT and is accepted by a number of businesses interstate. The card is available to persons 60 years or over who are permanent residents of the ACT and who are not in paid employment for more than 20 hours per week.
The Tasmanian Government provides a Seniors Card, which gives business and Government savings to seniors. Approximately 700 businesses and services support the Seniors Card Program, offering a diverse range of savings on products and services to Senior Card holders throughout Tasmania.