This section provides information on methods of payment for:
- Council rates
- Water and sewerage charges
- Sundry debtor
- Tax invoices
- Land re-categorisation
- Infringement notices
As well as information on:
- Payment Arrangements
- Financial Hardship
Online payments can be made for:
- Land Rates
- Water & Sewerage Accounts
- Sundry Debtors
Please DO NOT ever send us credit card details via Email as this is not secure.
Payments made using this facility attract a service fee of 0.78%
Payments can be made automatically through your nominated bank account.
Please contact Council’s Revenue Section on 02 4868 0888 for further details.
A separate Direct Debit Request form must be completed for:
- Rates account
- Water & Sewerage account
Direct Debit Request Service Agreement(PDF, 194KB)
Direct Debit Request - Rates Account Form(PDF, 80KB)
Options are for monthly, quarterly or annual Payments
Direct Debit Request - Water & Sewerage Account Form(PDF, 80KB)
Options are for monthly or Due Date of Account payments
Council accepts credit card payments via On-line Payments or phone 1300 138 795.
Please note: A service fee of 1% applies to all credit card payments.
You can pay your rates directly from your account using Bpay.
Please contact your financial institution to pay from your nominated account.
BPay details can be found on your current notice.
Council only accepts debit card payments through BPay.
Mail cheques to:
Wingecarribee Shire Council
Post Office Box 141
Moss Vale NSW 2577
Present your notice and payment at any Australia Post outlet.
For further information regarding the packages, please visit the below links;
Please Note: Where individuals privately manage the rental of their property or are self employed please contact Councils Revenue Team on 02 4868 0888.
Payment of Infringement Notices are to be made through the Revenue NSW website.
It is important to advise Council when you change your postal address for notification of Rates and other notices.
A change of address notification can only be submitted by the Registered Property Owner, or authorised person on behalf of the registered property owner, providing such authorisation has been provided to Council in writing.