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Council rate notices arriving soon

Council rates will be arriving in mailboxes soon.

Bundaberg Regional Council rate notices for the current half-year period, ending 30 June 2020, will be arriving in letterboxes, eRates mailboxes or BPAY View mailboxes soon and will be due for payment by Monday, 9 March 2020.

eRates customers should ensure their rate notices have not gone to their junk or spam folders.

Ratepayers who pay in full by the due date will get a 10 per cent discount on general rates, less Council’s pension rebate.

Anyone experiencing difficulty in paying their rates is encouraged to contact our friendly rates team to confidentially discuss payment options as soon as possible.

Council offers a number of payment options including making a payment online at https://www.bundaberg.qld.gov.au/pay, direct debit, BPAY, internet banking, payment at any Australia Post outlet and by phone or mail.

Alternatively, you can pay in person at any of Council’s Service Centres located at 190 Bourbong Street, Bundaberg; Shop 3, 15 See Street, Bargara; 45 Churchill Street, Childers and 4 Dear Street, Gin Gin.

If you haven’t already registered to receive your rates electronically via eRates and would like to do so for your next rate notice, you can find details on how to register at https://www.bundaberg.qld.gov.au/receive-rates-notice

Any new pensioners are advised to contact Council  to apply for the pensioner rebates and concessions.

Any pensioner who has previously received, and is still eligible to receive a rebate, need not re-apply to Council unless their circumstances have changed.

If you haven’t received your rate notice by 14 February 2020, please contact Council on 1300 883 699.

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