South Australia

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

COMPANION CARD ACCEPTED AT ADELAIDE FRINGE

Adelaide Fringe has a new feature that will allow audiences with a Companion Card to register once with the team and have access to book their Companion Card tickets online.

Companion Card accepted at Mix 102.3 Giant Ferris Wheel

Giant Ferris Wheel at Glenelg

SkyLine Attractions returns with the Mix 102.3 Giant Ferris Wheel for the 3rd year running, with an all new photo booth to bring you some of the best views in South Australia, onboard Australia’s tallest transportable Ferris Wheel!

At 35 metres high this magnificent structure is an awe-inspiring beauty. Come and see Glenelg from above with incredible 360° degree views!

You can be watching the sunset with the whole family or looking over the foreshore of Glenelg and jetty night lights.

Companion Card accepted at Spencer Gulf Searoad

View from Lucky Bay on Aurora

Spencer Gulf Searoad offers Car and Passenger ferry services crossing the Spencer Gulf from Wallaroo on the Yorke Peninsula to Lucky Bay (near Cowell) on the Eyre Peninsula, taking approximately 380km’s off of the round trip over the top of the gulf. Services operate daily except Christmas Day. Take a Break – Travel by Ferry. 

Photo: View from Lucky Bay on Aurora

Companion Card accepted at The Popeye

Popeye boat

Sit back and see Adelaide from the best seat in the house, by cruising along The Torrens River in the heart of the city in a heritage icon. Special events, private charters and regular sightseeing cruises are available from Elder Park, Adelaide.

There’s really only a few ways to see Adelaide from the River Torrens and we have two of them. On board the Popeye and paddling along in one of our new paddle boats.

Our boats have been enjoyed for generations because the Popeye first started in 1935.

The “Popeye” boats are privately owned recreational ferries that operate on the lake between Elder Park and the Adelaide Zoo. The first boat was launched on the Torrens Lake by Gordon Watts in 1935. It was a 25-foot (7.6 m) boat, built on the banks of the River Torrens to hold up to 20 passengers and named Popeye 1. Read more...

Companion Card accepted at TreeClimb

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AUSTRALIA'S FIRST INNER-CITY AERIAL ADVENTURE PARK BUILT WITHIN THE NATURAL ENVIRONMENT OF THE ADELAIDE CITY PARK LANDS.

TreeClimb offers eight elevated treetop courses, including zip lines. Our aim is to create and nurture a unique environment that safely challenges and excites thrill-seekers, nature enthusiasts and curious adventures. See more.

Did you know that all 'Grand Course' climbers require gloves?

All Grand Course climbers must wear gloves while climbing. Our TreeClimb Gloves are just $3, re-useable and they’re yours to keep. You can pre purchase them online, purchase them in venue or B.Y.O from home! 

Companion Cardholders can book online using the code ADULTCOMPANION receiving a free $39 climb.

*This does NOT include gloves*

Important to Note: Companion Cardholders must select General Admission Grand Course and be prepared to present their card on arrival. If you do not have a valid card with you we will ask you to pay $39 on arrival.

COMPANION CARD ACCEPTED AT DISNEY ON ICE

Grab your mouse ears and get ready for the ultimate interactive event at Disney On Ice celebrates Mickey and Friends. 

For the first time ever, see fearless Moana on a high-seas adventure with demigod Maui. Follow the unforgettable Dory through the unexplored seas of the Pacific Ocean, join the Toy Story pals on an exciting adventure and discover true love with Elsa and Anna. 

Buckle in for the emotional rollercoaster of Inside Out and “Live Your Story” alongside Disney Princesses as they inspire all to celebrate their favourite Disney memories in this commemoration of 90 years of Mickey Mouse.

Visit www.DisneyOnIce.com.au for more information.

Companion Card is accepted at the Adelaide Motorsport Festival

Adelaide Motorsport Festival three cars and drivers

The Adelaide Motorsport Festival is a family-friendly, museum-in-motion. The festival draws upon South Australia’s rich motorsport history and celebrates and re-enacts motorsport competition of a by-gone era. 2018 marks the fifth year the event has been run and the third year it has been delivered in the size and format seen in 2015 and 2016. Using a shortened version of the Adelaide Grand Prix track, spectators will witness a variety of vehicles in groups of 10-12 race against the clock. The Adelaide Rally, set amongst the beautiful Adelaide Hills, McLaren Vale, Fleurieu and Murray Mallee regions, is based at the Adelaide Motorsport Festival. With plenty of star drivers, manufacturers displaying their latest models, 100's of cars on display, trade stands and food stands, there's so much see and experience at the Adelaide Motorsport Festival. Read more.