Companion Card NSW
A Companion Card may be issued to people with significant and permanent disability, so that their carer can access tours and attractions in NSW national parks – free of charge.
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The Companion Card program helps people with lifelong disability to participate more actively in community activities and events happening in NSW national parks and reserves, without incurring the cost of a second ticket for their companion.
Companion Cards are issued by your State or Territory Companion Card program. Once you hold a Companion Card, you don’t need to apply for an exemption with NSW National Parks.
Simply present your Companion Card at park entry stations and a free ticket will be issued. At parks with pay and display, or self-registration, please leave your Companion Card on the car dashboard (clearly visible).
- Companion Cards do not provide free entry for carers or vehicles if the card holder is not present.
- Australian Disability Parking Permits and NSW Mobility Parking Scheme permits are not valid for park entry fee discounts, concessions or exemptions in NSW national parks.
- If you have an Australian pensioner or veterans card you may be eligible to apply for an NPWS Concession annual pass.