Victorian Seniors Card holders are entitled to a range of benefits on public transport services in Victoria.
This card is issued by the Department of Health and is available to permanent residents of Victoria aged 60 or over and who work less than 35 hours a week.
Please note: A Commonwealth Seniors Health Card cannot be used as concession ID.
Victorian Seniors Card holders are provided with a free myki which entitles them to concession fares on trains, trams and buses during the week.
It also entitles them to free travel on Saturdays and Sundays in two consecutive zones in metropolitan Melbourne (Zones 1 and 2) and on regional town bus services.
For more information about the free weekend travel entitlement, see free weekend travel.
V/Line concessions for Victorian seniors
Victorian Seniors Card holders can travel on concession fares on V/Line trains and coaches.
Victorian off-peak free travel vouchers
Victorian Seniors Card holders also receive two Victorian off-peak travel vouchers in the mail each year. These can be used anywhere in Victoria and can be exchanged for V/Line tickets or a Day Pass. Seniors from regional Victoria receive two additional Victorian off-peak travel vouchers.
For more information, see free travel vouchers.
Interstate Seniors Cards
Seniors Card holders from other Australian states and territories can buy the following ticket types:
- Concession myki
- Concession V/Line tickets (Peak and Off-Peak)
- Other concession tickets (regional town bus services).
Seniors Card or Pensioner Concession Card holders from other states and territories are not eligible for free weekend travel however you can travel on concession fares.
Holders of a Commonwealth Government-issued Seniors Health Card are not eligible for public transport concessions in Victoria.