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Please note:

  • Fares are for the most direct route between start and end locations. Alternative routes may be charged at a higher fare. Please check our Bookings to obtain the price for alternative routes.
  • SmartCommuter fares are only available on the Australind, AvonLink and MerredinkLink (between East Perth and Northam) services. Please see our SmartCommuter for details.
  • Fares are subject to change without notice.
  • Our terms and conditions and be viewed here.

Fares

family fare

We'd love to see more families getting out and about in our great state on Transwa, so we're making it even more affordable.

Your kids already ride for 50% of the regular fare, and from 1 February we're increasing the discount to 75% when you travel as a family with between two and four children. That's a huge saving!

So, let Transwa be your family's personal people mover! Simply enter the promotional code 'family' when making your booking.

Terms and conditions:

  • The promotion is valid from 1 February 2017 on all eligible Transwa bookings
  • The offer is not valid for ticket purchases made on board our services
  • The promotional code 'family'  must be used at the time of booking online
  • No further discounts can be used in conjunction with this promotion
  • Bookings made prior to this promotion do not qualify for the discount and cannot be backdated or altered
  • The discount will only be applied when families book with between two and four children and at least one full fare paying adult, on the same ticket
  • For more information call 1300 662 205.

Standard terms and conditions apply.

 Other

Concessions

At Transwa we offer discounted travel for all ages. If you would like to purchase a ticket using your valid concession ensure you have your card on you when you book, and while on board. If required, you may be asked to show another form of ID.

To find out if you're eligible for a concession provided by the Western Australian Government visit their Concessions website.

More information on accepted concession types can be found here:

More information

We accept different types of payment for ticket purchases:

Phone Online On board Booking Centres Accredited Ticketing Agents
Visa or MasterCard debit/credit card Visa or MasterCard debit/credit card Cash (exact amount preferred) Cash, Visa or MasterCard debit/credit card, EFTPOS Please contact us for payment types accepted.

More information on our fares can be found here:

 Assistance Dogs

Guide Dogs

Persons with a vision or hearing impairment can travel with an approved Guide Dog on Transwa services. The Guide Dog requires a valid identification card issued by a training organisation prescribed under the Dog Regulations 2013. Guide Dogs must have a suitably marked dog coat or harness that identifies it. More information about Guide Dogs can be found by contacting SEDA or VisAbility.

Department of Local Government and Communities Approved Assistance Dog 

Persons in a possession of a valid Approved Assistance Dog card can travel with their Assistance Dog on Transwa services. Assistance Dogs must have a suitably marked dog coat or harness that identifies it. More information about Assistance Dogs can be found by contacting the Department of Local Government and Communities or Assistance Dogs Australia.

 

No other animals are allowed on any of our services or facilities.

 Backpackers

Backpackers

VIP Backpackers Card/Youth Hostel Association Card

If you have a valid VIP Backpackers card or Youth Hostel Association Card you are entitled to a 10% discount on all Transwa services. 

To take advantage of the discount you will need to contact Transwa on 1300 662 205 or via info@transwa.wa.gov.au. We will need to see the cardholder's name and the expiry date at the time of booking. 

 Children

Children

Children aged 5 to 15 years (inclusive) are entitled to a 50% concession on all Transwa services.

Underage Children

Children aged 4 years and younger can travel on all Transwa services free of charge if they do not occupy a seat.

Each adult (16 years or older) can travel with up to two children under 5 years of age. Please note that only one child can travel on the lap of their accompanying adult. The other underage child must be seated next to them and subsequently pay a relevant children's fare. 

Unaccompanied Children

Children aged 10 to 15 years may travel without being accompanied by an adult provided a Travel Authorisation for Unaccompanied Child/Children form has been completed and presented to Transwa's operational staff. See our Advice for Adults factsheet that assists adults and guardians who book travel for unaccompanied children.

Bookings for unaccompanied children cannot be made online, please contact Transwa to make a booking.

 Companion Card

Companion Card

Transwa offers free travel to support persons travelling with someone carrying a Companion card. 

Companion cards are issued by National Disability Services WA to people with a significant permanent disability who require attendant care support from a companion.

Please Note: The passenger carrying the Companion card must purchase a valid ticket at the appropriate rate.

Companion card concession bookings cannot be made online, to make a booking please contact Transwa.

 Seniors and Pensioners

Pensioners/Seniors

Pensioner Concessions

Western Australian residents in possession of a valid Pensioner card are entitled to a 50% concession on all Transwa services.

Pensioner cards are issued by Centrelink or the Department for Veteran Affairs. Pensioner concession cardholders will receive four Free Trip Vouchers with their Pensioner card every two years and these may be redeemed to obtain four single journeys or two return journeys on Transwa services prior to the expiry date on the vouchers.  If your vouchers are lost or stolen, you can apply to have them replaced by completing an Application for Replacement of Free Travel Vouchers for Western Australian Pensioners form.

To make a booking using your pensioner concession, please contact Transwa via phone or email.

Please note: only the primary cardholder as named on the card can use the Pensioner card for concessional travel on Transwa services. 

 

Senior Concessions

Seniors nationally are entitled to a 50% concession on all Transwa services.

Senior SmartRider cards are granted by the Department of Local Government and Communities to Western Australian residents. The SmartRider is issued with or attached to the Seniors card, which shows the cardholders name, card number and State of issue. Senior cardholders from other States are entitled to 50% concession.

To make a booking using your Senior SmartRider, please contact Transwa via phone or email. 

 Health Care

Health Care Card

WA residents in possession of a valid Heath Care Card are entitled to a 50% concession on all Transwa services.

The cards are granted by Centrelink offices and show the cardholders name, address, cardholder reference number and expiry date.

Health Care Card concession bookings cannot be made online, to make a booking please contact Transwa.

 Students

Students

Students (15 years +) are entitled to a 50% concession on all Transwa services. 

To be eligible for the concession, students must carry a valid Student SmartRider or Tertiary SmartRider on them at all times.  

For details on how to obtain a Student or Tertiary SmartRider, visit the Transperth website.

 Veterans

Veterans

Transwa accepts two types of concession cards for Western Australian Veterans; the Veteran SmartRider and the Gold Veteran Repatriation Health card.

The SmartRider is issued by Transperth and entitles Veterans to a 50% concession.

The Repatriation Health card is issued by the Department for Veteran Affairs and entitles Veterans to four single or two return free trips per calendar year. Veterans in possession of a Western Australian Pensioner card should refer to the Pensioners/Seniors tab.  

To make a booking using your Veteran SmartRider click here, or contact Transwa via phone or email if you would like to use your Gold Veteran Repatriation Health card. 

 Vision Impaired

Vision Impaired

People in possession of a Travel Pass for Persons with a Vision Impairment are entitled to unlimited free journeys for them and an accompanying guide on all Transwa services. A Western Australian Vision Impairment Travel Pass is required for proof of eligibility. More information can be obtained from Visability or SEDA.

Holders of Interstate passes can obtain a WA Travel Pass from Transperth Reception, Level 1, Public Transport Centre, West Parade, East Perth.

Vision Impairment bookings cannot be made online, to make a booking please contact Transwa