Make a Payment

To pay your debtor invoice, parking fees, infringement fine, animal registration or rates bill please see the payment options below.

Pay your RATES using our secure online credit card portal (24/7)

Visit the Rates Online Payments via BPointMastercard and Visa accepted.

Your rates Reference Assessment Number can be found on the bottom front page of your rates notice.


BPoint by phone payments (24/7)

Call 1300 886 451 and follow the prompts. Mastercard and Visa accepted.   


BPoint is a service provided by the Commonwealth Bank for more information go to: 

We can accept your credit card payments over the phone during cashier hours.

Give us a call on 03 6430 5700

please have your deptor invoice, infringement, animal or rates notice with you to quote the reference number.

We can accept your cash, eftpos, and credit card payments in-person during cashier hours

View map: 80 Wilson st, Burnie

please have your deptor invoice, infringement, animal or rates notice with you.

To make a rates or infringement payment from your Bank
cheque, savings, debit, credit card or transaction account

  • Log on to your bank's online banking or mobile app
  • Choose the BPAY payment option in Bill Payment
  • Enter the BPAY Biller code, Customer Reference Number (CRN), amount and date from your bill
  • Click Pay


The BPAY Biller Code and Customer Reference Number can be found on your rates or infringement notice.

For more information go to: 

Services Australia 

Visit the Services Australia (Centerlink) website to find out how to set up Centrepay deductions.


Australia Post

To pay your rates bill through Australia Post you may:

  1. visit a Post Office*
  2. phone 13 18 16
  3. online credit cards payments: and enter the Post Billpay code along with your payment details.
  4. Via the AusPost app
  • Download the AusPost app to your smartphone.
  • Open the app and select More, then click on Pay a bill.
  • Scan your bill, or follow the prompts to enter your Billpay code, payment details and amount you’d like to pay.
  • Once complete, you’ll receive a payment ID number. This acts as your receipt.

*If paying in person at the Post Office, please bring your ticket, invoice or original or electronic rates notice with you.