Pay your rates

This page provides information about the various payment methods you can use to pay your rates.

Payment options

Online

Use our online payment system to pay directly to the City using your credit card. We accept Mastercard and Visa only. 

Pay online

BPAY

If your financial institution is registered with BPAY, you can make payment directly from your cheque, savings or credit card account.

Biller code: 5231

Payment numbers can be found on the top right corner of your rates notice. The number is 10 digits long and starts with ‘10’.

In person

LocationOperating hoursAccepted payment methods

Main Administration Centre, 25 Cedric Street, Stirling WA 6021

8:30am – 5:00pmMonday to Friday

Cash
Cheque
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Mirrabooka Library, 21 Sudbury Road, Mirrabooka WA 6061

9:00am – 4:30pmMonday to Friday

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  • Please note that the debit card transaction limit is AU$1,000 per transaction and the credit card limit is AU$100,000. 
  • Credit and debit cards accepted: MasterCard or Visa.

Post

Payments must be made payable to the City of Stirling, PO Box 1533 OSBORNE PARK WA 6916.

Cheques and money orders are accepted.

Australia Post

Payments can be made at any Australia Post branch by cash, cheque or debit card. Please note that credit card payments are not accepted.

Phone

Ratepayers can call our 24-hour secure payment line on 1300 661 144. Please note that only Visa and Mastercard payments are accepted, with a limit of $100,000.00 per day.

Did you know?

Rates notices are automatically sent to your postal address unless you register to receive your rates notice via email.

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How rates are calculated

Rates are calculated by multiplying a property's gross rental value (GRV) by the rate in the dollar, subject to a minimum payment which is set each year by the City. Minimum payments are set in recognition of the fact that every property receives some level of benefit from works, services and facilities provided by the City.

Gross Rental Value

Gross rental value (GRV)

Gross rental value (GRV) is the fair rental value of your property, as determined by the state government body Landgate. It is an estimate of how much you could expect to receive if you were to rent your property. GRVs are subject to revaluation every three years as they can change following building and demolition works to a property, and subdivisions.

For more information, please visit the Landgate website.