Indeed a good summary. A lot of the detail has been covered in various threads on AFF, but good to have them all in one place.
I've got a better one in Sydney (okay, only works for people like me). I am working at age 63, and when I last went to catch the train from Sydney Airport, innocently asked if there was an over 60's discount. "If you have a Seniors Card there is" was the reply. I got an all day pass for something like $6. Bargain.
I thought that the seniors card is for people who have officially retired, or maybe working fewer than x hours per week.
Not in Victoria at least (and I think Australia). You get a Senior's Card when you reach 60. Not to be confused with a Senior's Health Care card, which requires you to be over 65 and retired. So any over 60s who don't get a Senior's Card are losing some good opportunities.
The 761 bus from Robina Station, Varsity Lakes Station, Pines Shopping Centre to OOL Airport and then Tweed Heads and the reverse.I saw a Sydney centric thread...
Probably also need a summary for the Gold Coast.