Pensioner Concession Application form

Application for Council Pensioner Concession Rates Rebate

If joint owners occupy the property and are eligible for a pensioner concession, a separate form will need to be completed by each eligible owner to receive the maximum rebate, otherwise only a partial rebate may be granted.

Voluntary Rebate

Randwick Council voluntarily provides an additional rebate (totally funded by Council) for eligible pensioners.   The maximum amount of this voluntary rebate is $100 per annum.

Additional Information

Your council will determine your eligibility to receive a rebate of up to $250 on your rates account. You may also be eligible to receive up to $87.50 on your annual water charges and up to $87.50 off your annual sewerage charges, if your council provides these services. Alternatively, if your council does not provide these services, contact your water/sewer service provider for more information.


  • Holders of the PCC (Pensioner Concession Card);
  • Holders of a gold card embossed with ‘TPI’ (Totally Permanently Incapacitated);
  • Holders of a gold card embossed with ‘EDA’ (Extreme Disablement Adjustment);
  • War widow or widower or wholly dependent partner entitled to the Pensioner Concession Card*.

* If you are a war widow or widower or wholly dependent partner but do not have a Pensioner Concession Card, you should contact the Department of Veterans’ Affairs (DVA) to test your eligibility for the DVA income support supplement. Eligibility is subject to an income and assets test. Holders of cards other than those listed above are not eligible for the concession. For assistance from the DVA call 133 254.

Required fields are marked with an asterisk (*).

Concession Card Type *
Is this your sole/principal place of living *
Please provide the date including the day, month and year
Have you claimed a pensioner rebate for any other property in the last 12 months? *
Are you the sole owner of the property? *
If No, who else owns a share?
Declaration *
Consent *

Last Updated: 1 March 2022
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