The popular hard copy version of the 2022-23 Western Australian Seniors Card Discount Directory is back, with the distribution of copies across the State beginning this week after it was launched by Seniors and Ageing Minister Don Punch today.
The WA Seniors Card program is the most generous of its kind in Australia and offers numerous discounts on goods and services to seniors.
Participating businesses continue to acknowledge the contributions made by seniors to the community by providing them with discounts on goods and services.
Many discounts encourage older Western Australians to stay connected, engaged, and active in their communities.
The Discount Directory also encourages seniors to buy and shop locally, which benefits local small businesses and the State’s economy.
The new version of the Discount Directory will also include images from the inaugural WA Seniors Card ‘Golden Lens’ photography competition, which reflects the lives and interests of our senior members across WA.
Copies of the printed Discount Directory will be available in the coming weeks from the offices of all State Members of Parliament, selected libraries and Community Resource Centres. Copies can also be requested individually by calling the WA Seniors Card Centre on 1800 671 233 or emailing [email protected]
As stated by Seniors and Ageing Minister Don Punch:
“WA Seniors Card members have access to the most generous range of concessions and rebates in the nation – including free off-peak public transport, concessions on local government rates and water service charges, the Cost of Living Rebate and the reinstated Safety and Security Rebate.
“The new free hard copy Discount Directory booklet provides information on even more discounts available to WA Seniors Card members while also encouraging seniors to check out participating local and small businesses.
“The Discount Directory is made possible thanks to the generosity of many businesses across WA and I acknowledge their role in making the WA Seniors Card program a success.”