Transwa Concession
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Transwa Concession Fares

We’re pleased to be able to offer a range of discounted tickets for our community.

How do I book a concession ticket?

To book a Transwa concession fare, you must be able to provide proof of eligibility. This usually comes in the form of a concession identification card. For Transperth users, a concession SmartRider card is sufficient evidence. You will need to present either of these with your ticket when boarding your Transwa coach or train service. Please note that only the person(s) as named on the card is eligible to the concessional fare. Bookings can be made online, over the phone, via email in or in person at one of our Booking Centres or with an Accredited Agent. If you are uncertain if you meet the requirements for a Transwa concession ticket, please do not hesitate to contact our Booking Centre.

 

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Concession Card Holders

Pensioner Concessions (DHS)

Western Australian residents in possession of a valid Pensioner Concession card or a Pensioner SmartRider are entitled to 50% off the regular Transwa fare.

 

Registered DHS Pensioner concessions cardholders are also eligible to receive Free Travel entitlements each calendar year. These can be redeemed for two single journeys or one return journey on any Transwa service.

 

To utilise the Free Travel entitlements you can make a booking via email, phone or in person through one of our Booking Centres or Accredited Agents, if you have registered you can book online using your customer reference number (CRN). For multi-leg bookings using your Free Travel entitlement you will not be able to book online, please contact us directly to make a booking.

 

Senior Concessions

If you are a Western Australian resident in possession of a valid Seniors Smartider or hold a nationally recognised Seniors card, you are entitled to 50% off the regular Transwa fare.

 

Health Care Card

If you are a WA resident in possession of a valid Health Care Card (issued by Centrelink), you are entitled to a 50% concession on all Transwa services.

 

Veterans (DVA)

If you hold a Veteran SmartRider, DVA Pensioner Concession Card or a Gold Card, you are entitled to a 50% concession off regular Transwa services.

 

Registered DVA Pensioner Concession cardholders can also receive Free Travel entitlements each calendar year. These allow you two single journeys or one return journey for free on any Transwa service.

 

Registered DVA issued Gold cardholders may receive four single or two return trips for free each calendar year.

 

To utilise the Free Travel entitlements you can make a booking via email, phone or in person through one of our Booking Centres or Accredited Agents, if you have registered you can book online using your customer reference number (CRN) or DVA file number. For multi-leg bookings using your Free Travel entitlement you will not be able to book online, please contact us directly to make a booking.

 

Asylum Seeker - ASH Concession

If you are a Western Australian resident in possession of an ASH Concession SmartRider you are eligible for a 50% concession on all Transwa service.

 

Family Tickets

To save you even more, we've created a family booking discount. If you travel with up to two adults and between two to four children, you'll save an extra 25% of your child's ticket. That's 75% off the standard Transwa ticket fare. Just enter the promo code "family" when making your booking online. For full terms and conditions see our Offers page.

 

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Students and Children

Students

If you are aged 16 years or over and are a full-time student in Western Australia, you are entitled to a 50% concession on all Transwa services. You will need to carry a valid Student SmartRider in order to travel on a student ticket.

 

Children

Children aged 5 to 15 years old (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.

 

A person travelling (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 second underage child must occupy a seat and be riding under a children's concessional fare.

 

Unaccompanied Children

Children aged 10 to 15 years may travel without an accompanying adult, provided that a parent or guardian has completed and submitted a Travel Authorisation for Unaccompanied Child/Children form. Please see our 'Advice for Adults' factsheet for assistance.

 

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

 

 

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Persons with Disabilities

Companion Card

If you hold a Companion Card issued by the National Disability Services WA, we are pleased to be able to offer your carer free travel on any Transwa service, providing they travel with you.

 

This fare cannot be purchased online. Please contact our booking team directly.

 

Vision-Impaired

If you are vision-impaired and hold a Western Australian Vision Impairment Travel Pass, you are entitled to free travel on all Transwa services for both yourself and guide.

 

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 us directly.

 

Guide and Assistance Dogs

Guide and Assistance Dogs with valid identification issued by a training organisation prescribed under the Dog Regulations 2013 are welcome aboard all Transwa services.

 

Guide Dogs

 

Passengers 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 Act 2013. Guide Dogs must wear a suitably marked dog coat or harness at all time.

 

Approved Assistance Dogs

 

Passengers in possession of a valid Approved Assistance Dog can travel with their Assistance Dog on Transwa service. Assistance Dogs must wear a suitably marked dog coat or harness at all times and you must carry a valid photo ID card of your dog issued by the Department of Local Government.

 

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International Travellers

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

 

To take advantage of the discount, please contact our booking team directly.

 

For further information, please view our FAQs page.