Paying your accounts online is easy. You can:
- make payments of more than $10 and less than $10,000 using your credit card (Visa or MasterCard) for all accounts except rates which has an upper limit of $100,000
- make part payments for accounts (except for licence renewals and infringements)
When you pay your account online, make sure you have your Council account handy. If you need help, you can use the help information on the online payment pages or read the frequently asked questions below.
Frequently asked questions
Yes, but you will need the account number. If you can't find your account number, you can phone Council on 07 3403 8888 for help.
Pay another account on the third screen (receipt screen).
Payments are recorded at the time they are made in Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST). All payments made until midnight AEST on the due date will be recorded as such.
You can only pay amounts up to $10,000 in a single transaction with your credit card, except rates which has an upper limit of $100,000.
Check the account number is the same as the one printed on the top right-hand corner of your account. If you need more information, phone Council on 07 3403 8888.
A message will appear on your screen explaining the reason for the payment rejection. If the system is temporarily unavailable, you can try to pay online again after a couple of hours.
If your payment is rejected for another reason, contact the financial institution that issued your credit card for more information.
You will receive a receipt number on the screen after successfully making a payment. You can also confirm with your financial institution (for example, by checking your monthly statement) that the payment was successful.
Yes, you can print the final screen of the transaction as a receipt.
You can make part payments on all accounts except licence renewal accounts and infringements.
The online payment service is only valid for use with Visa or Mastercard.
Contact the financial institution that issued your credit card.