South Australia

Promoting the rights of people with disability, who require a companion, to fair ticketing at events and venues

Additional Resources

Information in Other Languages

This information can be made available in various languages. To obtain a copy in the language you require, please follow the link companioncard.org.au, telephone the Companion Card NSW Information Line on Free Call 1800 893 044 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Additional Resources

For further information regarding other disability services http://www.sa.gov.au/topics/community-support/disability/access-services

Disability Information Service
Phone: 1300 786 117
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DCSI – Services for people with disability
https://www.sa.gov.au/disability-sa/disability.sa

People with Disability 
www.australia.gov.au/information_and_services/people_with_disability

SA Health - Office for the Ageing - Department for Health and Ageing
www.sahealth.sa.gov.au

SA Equal Opportunity Act (1984)

http://www.eoc.sa.gov.au/eo-you/discrimination-laws/south-australian-laws/equal-opportunity-act

Catalyst Foundation

http://www.catalystfoundation.com.au/what-we-do/

Yellow Pages

See 'Disability Services and Care Organisations in SA' in the Yellow Pages.

Equal Opportunity Commission

For further information regarding Disability Discrimination and Your Rights 

Disability Discrimination is unlawful under state and federal laws. If you feel that you have been discriminated against, you may be able to get further information and advice from the following resources:

Legal Services Commission

Free Legal Advice Help Line
1300 366 424 (local call cost within SA)

Equal Opportunity Commission SA
Phone: 82071 977
Country: 1800 188 163
TTY: 8207 1911
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Provides information and education to create a better understanding of EO laws

Available for preliminary information, advice and referrals.

If problem is too complex or lengthy, the client will be offered an appointment or referral to other sources of assistance.

Privacy

The information supplied to the Companion Card SA program will be recorded and stored in a database and used solely for the purposes of administering the Companion Card program and, where consent is given, for evaluation purposes. The information collected can be accessed via a Freedom of Information Request.

You will not be sent any material that is not directly related to the Companion Card program. The information will not be shared, used or disclosed to anyone who is not involved in the administration, implementation or evaluation of the program.

The information supplied will be handled in accordance with the privacy principles contained in the South Australia Government Information Privacy Principles