Public Transport Companion Card

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People with a permanent and severe disability can apply for a card that enables a carer to accompany them when they use public transport. There are two different types of companion card - one only covers free travel on public transport for a companion, while the other also provides free companion access to selected venues and events.

Companion Card - When a cardholder buys a ticket for themselves at selected venues and facilities around South Australia, it permits their companion free entry to the same event. This includes travel on public transport in metropolitan Adelaide.

The Plus One FREE COMPANION card - assists people who have severe and permanent impairments which limit their ability to use public transport independently. It allows them to be accompanied by a carer who travels free of charge on all Adelaide Metro bus, train and tram services.

Before you apply

You may need help from a general practitioner, medical specialist or mobility instructor to complete the application.

You will need one passport-sized colour photograph (head and shoulders), which must be certified by a responsible person who:

  • is 18 years of age
  • has known the applicant for at least 12 months
  • is not related to the applicant by birth or marriage
  • is not in a de facto relationship with the applicant (this includes a same sex relationship)
  • does not live at the applicant's address.

You can check your eligibility and apply at the South Australian Companion Card website.



Last updated 16 December, 2020