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Seniors Card Discounts in Heathmont
March 13, 2018
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Are you interested in discounts at a range of businesses and services across Victoria? You’re eligible for the Victorian Seniors Card if you’re over 60, an Australian resident living in Victoria, and working less than 35 hours a week.

Here’s a look at some of the discounts available to you in Pakenham with the Seniors Card.

Eating Out

The popular Barclays Café offers seniors 10% off its extensive food menu. This includes an array of cakes and pastries that spoils you for choice! Importantly, Barclays Café has great customer reviews for service. It’s easy to get to in Heathmont’s Canterbury Road shopping strip, right across the road from Heathmont Railway Station.

Eastland Shopping Centre in Ringwood is easily accessible by bus or train. It’s a great shopping destination, and you can show your Seniors Card at the following stores for a 10 percent discount on food and drinks.

At The Pancake Parlour, choose from a vast menu of sweet or savoury options! Enjoy the décor in this fun space, on Level 3 next to Hoyts Cinemas.

Muffin Break’s speciality is its muffins (yes, it’s true), cakes and slices. You could order a coffee as well, or choose a savoury lunch. This café bakery is on Level 1 and Level 2.

Shopping and Entertainment

Become a Bronze 60+ member for free at Hoyts, and enjoy $8 movie tickets! You’ll also receive discounts on treats and Morning Tea Screenings. Hoyts is on Level 3, next to The Pancake Parlour.

ISHKA Homewares & Jewellery offers 10 percent off its full-priced items. ISHKA presents an international range of handmade furniture, jewellery, clothing, homewares and gifts. The beautiful items are ethically sourced and sales support developing communities. The best entrance to find ISHKA on Level 1 is West Entry B.

Apply for a Seniors Card

As you can see, proof of age might be more rewarding at 60 than at 18! You can apply online for your Seniors Card. Just allow four weeks to receive it. Finally, to find more articles like this one (providing elder relevant news focussed on Camberwell), visit our suburb profile page on Aged Care Weekly.


Disclaimer: The information on this site is general in nature and does not constitute legal or financial advice. Readers should seek their own personal legal and financial advice from a suitably qualified practitioner.

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