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The Seniors Card Centre will be closed from Thursday 25 December until Monday 5 January 2015.
If you have lost your Seniors Card or your card will not work on Transperth services temporary travel passes can be obtained from the Transperth Information Centre (Perth Underground Station ) on Murray Street. You will need to provide your name, date of birth and Seniors Card number (if you have it) to the staff who will happily assist you. You will not be able to obtain a new or a replacement SmartRider from the InfoCentre, they will only issue you with temporary passes.
To apply for new or replacement card:
Best wishes for a safe and happy festive season.
Western Australia was the first state to introduce the Seniors Card in 1988 as a mark of the community’s care and respect for seniors, and in recognition of the contribution seniors make to the community. Today, approximately 345 000 senior Western Australians are getting a better deal with the WA Seniors Card – one of the most generous in Australia. It is a lifelong card that does not need to be renewed, as long as you continue to meet the eligibility criteria.
You can enjoy the benefits of a WA Seniors Card if you are:
Seniors Card holders are entitled to a range of government concessions and discounts of 10% to 50% off the price of goods and services from over 500 businesses listed in the online WA Seniors Card Discount Directory.
Browse this site to learn how you or your business can get a better deal with the WA Seniors Card, or contact the WA Seniors Card Centre to make an inquiry.
The Seniors Card Hotline number is (08) 6551 8800 or 1800 671 233 (country free call) between the hours of 8.30am - 4.30pm weekdays.
Gordon Stephenson HouseLevel 2, 140 William StreetPerth WA 6000
Entry is from lifts in arcade off Murray Street Mall next to Perth Underground Train Station.
Seniors Card WA is the gateway to offers and concessions for seniors in Western Australia.