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How to Apply

The Companion Card is for people with a significant and permanent disability, who require attendant care support.

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Where to Use

Search for businesses, venues and events near you that accept Companion Card.

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Becoming an Affiliate

If you are interested in becoming an Affiliate of the Companion Card Program in WA, please contact us.

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Vaccination requirements for visitors

NDS and the WA Companion Card Program are deeply committed to keeping our staff, stakeholders and communities as safe as possible. We recognise that COVID-19 vaccinations are an essential public health measure to prevent, control and abate the serious public health risk presented by COVID-19.  

As such, in accordance with the Western Australian Government’s Community Care Services Worker (Restrictions on Access) Directions (No.2) from Monday 17 January, 2022 all visitors to our Perth office must show proof of vaccination or a copy of a medically approved exemption upon arrival at Reception. 

For your convenience, all Companion Card matters can be managed without the need to attend our office in person. New applications can be completed online here or posted or emailed to us. For more information, contact our team Monday – Friday between 9.00am – 4.30pm on 1800 617 337 or via wacompanioncard@nds.org.au.

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12 Lindsay Street
Perth WA 6000

PO Box 184
Northbridge WA 6865

Email: wacompanioncard@nds.org.au

About WA Companion Card

The Companion Card Program supports Western Australians with a significant and permanent disability who require attendant care support to participate at community venues and events.

Companion Cardholders show their card when booking or purchasing a ticket from a participating business, called an Affiliate. Affiliates will recognise the Companion Card and issue the cardholder with a second ticket for their companion at no charge.

Companion Card WA is funded by the Western Australian Government through the Department of Communities and administered by National Disability Services.

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