I want to Pay my Rates or Water/Sewerage Account
If your financial institution offers BPay, you can use the BPay system to pay your account by either the telephone or the internet. You should contact your financial institution or alternatively visit BPay websitefor more information.
When making a payment using BPay, you will be required to enter the biller code and reference number. These are shown next to the BPay logo on the front of your notice.
Remember that your Rates Notice has a different BPay reference number to your Water Notice.
In Person - at any Post Office
By Phone - call 13 18 16
For the cost of a local call, POSTbillpay by phone gives you the convenience of paying bills from your home, workplace or even your mobile phone* - 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The step-by-step process is quick and easy to use. You will also be given a receipt number as immediate confirmation of your transaction.
* The cost of mobile calls will be charged at mobile phone rates
Pay 24 hours a day, 7 days per week from the convenience of home or any other place with Internet access. Click on the above link to pay your account on-line now.
For a full list of the Terms and Condition of use of the POSTbillpay system, phone 13 18 16 or visit www.postbillpay.com.au
A direct debit application form can be provided upon request. Options are available for weekly, fortnightly, monthly and periodic payments and amounts can be determined upon a discussion with a Revenue Officer. Please phone (02) 6962 8100 for further information
Bring your notice into Council Offices at:
1 Benerembah Street, Griffith
Payment may be made by cash, cheque, credit card or EFTPOS.
For your convenience Council's cashier is open between the hours: 8.10 am to 4.00 pm - Monday to Friday
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