Holders of these cards are eligible for concession fares on Adelaide Metro services.
You must always travel with a valid, approved concession or student card.
If you don’t, you may be fined.
- Student travel
- South Australian Seniors Card
- Australian Pensioner Concession Cards
- Vision Impairment Travel Pass
- Companion Card
- Plus one FREE COMPANION card
- Repatriation Health Card War Widower
- Transport Concession Card
- Mobility Pass
- State Concession Card
- Incapacitated Ex-service Personnel
- Evidence of Immigration Status
The Health Care Card does not entitle the holder to concession benefits on public transport.
For more information you can refer to the Passenger Transport Act and the Passenger Transport Regulations.
Accompanied children under five years of age travel free at all times.
The Public Transport Services Division of the Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure is responsible for administering South Australian full time secondary and tertiary identification cards.
Only fully laminated or plastic credit card style photographic identification cards issued by the tertiary institution of attendance and endorsed with a Public Transport Services Division hologram sticker or the expiry date printed on the card are recognised for concession travel.
Part time secondary and tertiary student cards are not accepted.
Secondary school children aged 15 and over must carry a South Australian Government approved student ID card.
Concession fares apply to holders of these South Australian Government approved student ID cards.
The holders of the following independently issued concession cards are eligible for concession fares on Adelaide Metro services.
Concession Holder fares apply to holders of South Australia Government approved transport concession cards.
This card is issued by the Seniors Card Unit. Phone 1800 819 961 (free call) or visit the Seniors Card website.
Interstate Seniors Card holders from other Australian States and Territories are also eligible for concession fares on Adelaide Metro public transport.
Read more about Interstate Seniors Card holders.
These cards are issued by Centrelink and the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Adelaide Metro now accepts Centrelink's Digital Wallet as proof of entitlement. Customers will need to log into the Centrelink App to show the card within the App. Genuine card section on your Adelaide Metro service.
This card is issued by the Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure.
For more information visit the Travel Pass application page on sa.gov.au.
Interstate vision impairment travel passes are also accepted. Holders of a Western Australian travel pass without a photo ID can obtain a temporary pass from an Adelaide Metro InfoCentre.
The South Australian companion card is co-managed by the South Australian Government Department for Communities and Social Inclusion and National Disability Services South Australian Division. For more information visit the Companion Card website.
This card is issued by the Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure. For more information visit the plus one free application page on sa.gov.au.
This card is issued by the Department of Veteran Affairs.
This card is issued by the Department for Communities and Social Inclusion (DCSI). For more information visit the Concessions page on sa.gov.au.
This pass is issued by the Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure.
This card is managed by the Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure however confirmation of entitlement will need to be provided by the Department of Veteran Affairs.
This card is issued by the Department of Immigration and Border Protection.