There are many ways to pay your rates.
Click the button below to pay via our online services
Other payment options are:
Biller Code: 918904
Reference: Enter the 6 digit number that is on your rates notice.
Post a Cheque or Money Order made to Gympie Regional Council
PO Box 155
GYMPIE QLD 4570
Pay via Cash or Eftpos at one of our Customer Service Points between 8.30am and 4.30pm Monday to Friday.
Town Hall - 2 Caledonian Hill, Gympie
Kilkivan Office - 26 Bligh Street, Kilkivan
Council levies, rates and charges fund services for the whole community. When adopting its annual budget, Council will set rates and charges at a level that will provide for both current and future community requirements. You can view our Revenue Policy on the Publications Scheme Page (Under Policies)
Half yearly rates notices are issued in January and July.
In February and August each year.
Yes, just email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1300 307 800 between 8.30am and 4.45 Monday to Friday to organise this.
To check if you are eligible for an undetected leak adjustment, please refer to council’s undetected leak allowance form. Council will then review your water consumption once we have received your application.
Ratepayers still receive two free tube-stock plants each financial year. Take your rates notice (paper or email copy) to one of the following places where the tube stock are grown to collect your free trees:
The plants will be native to our region so will love our local conditions.
You must be the holder of a current Queensland Pensioner Concession card or Department of Veteran Affairs Gold Card (all conditions) and the property must be your principal place of residence.
Eligible pensioners will need to complete the Pension Subsidy form.
The completed form needs to be lodged in person at one of our customer service points. Remember to bring your pension concession card when lodging the form.
No, a Seniors Card holder is not eligible for a pension discount on rates.
Let’s start with information about the General Rate Category.
Rates are based on one or more of the following:
- The value of the land as determined by the Department of Resources
- Primary land use
- Land zoning as defined in council’s current Planning Scheme
- Location within the region
- Availability of services
- What services are used.
There is a minimum rate in all categories that considers the cost of providing common services.
For further information on the General Rate Category refer to the 2022-2023 Schedule of Rates
Please also see the Rating Category Statement 2022-2023
If you do not think you are in the right rating category, you will need to complete the Objection to Rate Categorisation Form.
The Department of Resources calculate the value of your land. Contact them on 13 74 68 or visit https://www.resources.qld.gov.au/
This charge will apply to you if your property is connected to, or can be connected to, the council sewerage network.
This charge will apply to you if your property is connected to, or can be connected to, the council water network.
Council charges water for each kilolitre used. Water meters are read six monthly and consumption charges are levied on the next rate notice. Refer to fees and changes for costs of water consumption.
For more information please visit our fees and charges page.
This is a State Government charge and contributes to emergency management and fire and rescue services. This also includes vehicle entrapment, flood rescue and search and rescues.