Pay my rates


Annual rates notices will arrive early August 2023.

Ratepayers have several payment frequency options to choose from.

Lump Sum:

You can pay your full amount on or before 15 February 2024 

Quarterly (4) Instalments:

  • 30 September 2023
  • 30 November 2023
  • 28 February 2024
  • 31 May 2024


    Direct Debit


    payble.jpgOn 1st July, 2024 – we will be moving from our current direct debit system to a new provider called Payble® 

    The benefits of this new system include:

    • Flexible options with no extra fees (pay weekly, fortnightly, monthly, quarterly or in full)
    • Choose your payment start date (prefer to make payments on Fridays? That’s easy!)
    • Automatic direct debit from your bank account, credit or debit card
    • SMS reminder before each payment (never any surprises)
    • Freedom to easily update your information at any time
    • Safe and secure (ISO27001 certified and PC-DSS compliant)

    Further information will be issued with your 2024/2025 Valuation & Rates Notice.




    You will need your Assessment Number  from your rates notice to pay online.
    Set up an account with Moira eServices to pay securely online using Visa or Mastercard.

    Pay your rates

    • You can also pay by:
    • Australia Post's Post BillPay
    • BPAY through the BPAY website or your online banking.


    Please ring 1300 301 804 to make your payment over the phone.

    You will need your current rates notice, your credit card number, your cards expiry date and the amount you wish to pay.

    In Person

    Rates can be paid in person at:

    44 Station Street, Cobram
    Monday - Friday 9am - 4:30pm
    (closed public holidays)

    100 Belmore Street, Yarrawonga
    Monday - Friday 9am - 4:30pm
    (closed public holidays)
    Closed daily between 12-1pm.

    You can also pay your rates via any Australia Post Office or Agency
    Please bring your rates notice with you to make your payment.





    Interest will be charged at 10.0% on any overdue payments from the date payment is due until the date of payment.

    This interest rate is set by the State Government.