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WA Seniors Card
Arts and Culture
The Art Gallery of Western Australia is free of charge except for entry to some major exhibitions. When a Companion Card is presented, the companion will be issued with a second ticket free of charge.
50% off the admission fee to the Western Australian Maritime Museum, except on the second Tuesday of each month when admission is free.
Health and Disability
The WA Spectacles Subsidy Scheme offers up to $53.85 subsidy to eligible applicants every two years.
Household Bills and Appliances
This rebate subsidises the cost of operating an Air Conditioner for eligible households in areas of high heat discomfort.
The Western Australian State Government makes a Cost of Living Rebate payment each year to registered WA Seniors Card members.
A rebate on the Emergency Services Levy or a deferment of this charge.
A rebate on the Underground Electricity Connection Charge, or a deferment of this charge.
A rebate on Water Corporation Service Charges or a deferment of these charges.
Rebates on annual Busselton Water supply charges and on water consumption up to prescribed limits for eligible pensioners and seniors.
In addition to WA Pensioner Free Travel, Transwa offers a range of concessional fares including discounts of up to 50% on standard fares for eligible persons using Transwa services.
Seniors Card Benefits
Reduced fees for entry to the Bell Tower.
All domestic cats are required to be registered with the relevant Local Government. Holders of accepted concession card (or cards) can apply for a 50% discount on registration fees.
Exemption or reduced fees for the renewal or replacement of a driver's licence.
A 50 per cent concession on Recreational Fishing Licence fees.
Reduced fees for aquatic and health and fitness classes and entry fees.
Reduced fees for aquatic and health and fitness classes and entry fees.
A rebate, or a deferment on annual rates charged by local government.
Reduced entry fees to Monkey Mia Conservation Park.
Discounts on national park entry or camping fees at Western Australian national parks.
Concession Annual All Parks Pass to all Western Australian national parks that have entrance fees.
Entry to national parks which have entrance fees at a reduced rate.
Reduced fees for star viewing night and day tours at the Perth Observatory.
Reduced fees are available to holders of valid concession cards and seniors from overseas who are aged 65 years or more. Free entry is provided for children under the age of 4 years.
Photo Card – Fee exemption or reduction Exemption for holders of a Centrelink Age Pensioner Concession Card or a Veterans’ Affairs Pensioner Concession Cards.
Concession Fares.
Concession on the fees for tours and transport offered by the Rottnest Island Authority.
10% discount off bike hire fees. Concession does not apply to security deposits.
Exemption from the payment of a vehicle licence fee or vehicle licence duty on the purchase of a vehicle or a reduction in vehicle licence fees.
Reduced fees for entry to the track for eligible concession card holders.
A rebate on annual Aqwest water supply charges and on water consumption up to prescribed limits.
Sport and Recreation
A concession on the full adult entry fee to Cannington or Mandurah racecourses.
Reduced rates are available for camping in National Parks and State Forest in Western Australia.
The Fremantle Prison provides concession card holders and groups who have booked with reduced tour fees.
A concession on the entry fee into the Perth Mint is available to concession card holders to see a Gold Pouring Performance and to visit the Exhibition Area.
Discounted accommodation is available during the shoulder seasons of May and September for eligible concession card holders.
Travel and Transport
Free Travel is available to certain eligible groups.

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