Your payment options

How can I pay my rates account?

Payments can be made in full or by instalments to the Shire in a number of ways:​​

​​OnlineBy clicking here​
By Bpay – Biller Code: 57323 - Your reference number is printed on your notice
By Post Billpay – Billpay Code: 2631 - Your reference number is printed on your notice
By mail – PO Box 1, Manjimup WA 6258
In Person – Australia Post or at the Shire of Manjimup Administration Office, 37-39 Rose Street, Manjimup

Did you know?

You can pay weekly, fortnightly or monthly via Bpay​​​​

You can easily set this up on your online banking by scheduling weekly, fortnightly or monthly payments to the Shire of Manjimup - Biller Code: 57323 Ref: (as per your rates notice). This will allow you to pay your rates account off over time in more manageable instalments with a final payment including accrued interest in June. The regular payment plan is available by contacting the Rates Officer (08) 9771 7704 or via email info@manjimup.wa.gov.au by the due date 2 October 2020. This link can help you.​

You can pay by Centrepay deductions ​

​Please contact Centrelink on 13 23 00 or visit their office and provide them with the Shire of Manjimup service providers Centrepay Reference Number and your Account Number.

    • ​​​Centrepay Reference Number : 555 055 705V

    • Your account number is your Assessment Number

​You can pay by Special Payment Arrangement​

​Council recognises that ratepayers in the community have di​fficulty in meeting their commitments regarding the payment of rates and charges. The Special Payment Arrangement application is to provide an alternative method of payment and assistance to those who cannot pay as per the Council approved payment methods listed on the annual notice. Please contact the Rates Officer before the due date Friday 2 October 2020 on (08) 9771 7704 or via email info@manjimup.wa.gov.au for an application​​​.

If you are in ​severe financial hardship


If you are unable to pay your rates due to financial hardship, please contact our Rates Officer as soon as possible to discuss your options.​



Page reviewed: 20 Aug 2020 12:58pm