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A MESSAGE FROM THE PREMIER

I am very pleased to present the 2017

edition of

Your Lifestyle Guide

.

This directory is a vital resource in

helping South Australian seniors to

live an active life – one full of choices,

opportunities and adventures.

The many discounts in this guide

assist Seniors Card members to enjoy

a broad range of experiences. They

are a means to discover new hobbies

and people, and to reconnect with old

passions and forgotten places.

The businesses that partner with the Seniors Card program

do so voluntarily to support the State’s more than 360,000

Seniors Card members, so I hope you will back those

companies.

In addition to business discounts, this directory serves as a

handy way for members to access useful information about

new State Government and community services. It also

provides older consumers with advice about online shopping,

buying a car, lifestyle villages, scams, refunds, warranties,

buying or selling a home, travelling smart and more.

Already, more than 55,000 people are receiving

WeekendPlus, the fortnightly digital magazine for seniors

that delivers informative articles, discounts, special offers,

competitions and other content that keeps seniors active

and connected to the community. If you are not already a

subscriber to WeekendPlus, I encourage you to become

one by emailing your name and Seniors Card number to

seniorscard@sa.gov.au.

Congratulations to all the winners and finalists in Through

the Lens – the Seniors Card photographic competition

and exhibition. Nearly 400 entries were received, and I was

impressed with the wonderful photos of family and friends,

seniors in action and nature, and with the many amazing

images of our great State.

I urge all Seniors Card members to frequently take advantage

of the discounts and offers enclosed in this edition of

Your

Lifestyle Guide

, and to make 2017 the year you ticked off

your South Australian bucket list.

Jay Weatherill

Premier of South Australia