Apply for a WA Seniors Card

Permanent Western Australian residents aged 62 years or above who work less than 25 hours per week can apply for a WA Seniors Card.

To be eligible for the WA Seniors Card program, you need to be aged 62 years or above, a permanent resident of Western Australia and work less than 25 hours per week, averaged over a 12 month period. It is advised that you read the full set of terms and conditions before applying for a WA Seniors Card. Your WA Seniors Card does not need to be renewed, however, please advise the WA Seniors Card Centre if you change your address or lose your card.

Lodge your application

Option 1 - Apply online

Create your account (If you have already created a login, go to your account). To register for a My WA Seniors Card online account your login email address must be unique. Your My WA Seniors Card login email address can only be assigned to one WA Seniors Card holder. If you currently use a shared email address you may need to create a new email account to proceed with your online application. The My WA Seniors Card account allows you to manage your WA Seniors Card, including updating your details, checking your WA State Government Concessions and requesting a replacement WA Seniors Card.

Option 2 - Apply by post or email

The WA Seniors Card application form is available to download from the WA Seniors Card eligibility page, or alternatively pick up a copy at the WA Seniors Card Centre or at your local Australia Post outlet.

Post to WA Seniors Card Centre Locked Bag 3 PERTH BC WA 6849 or email

Option 3 - Apply in person at the WA Seniors Card Centre

Seniors Card Centre on Railway Lane at 140 William Street. Enter from Murray St Mall between Cotton On and Forever New (opposite Target).

Page reviewed 22 May 2019