Pay your rate notice on time
The City offers a discount for paying your rates on or before the due date of your rate notice. The discount amount on your rate notice represents a 10 per cent discount on your General Rate. There is no discount applicable on any other rate or charge appearing on your rate notice or water bill.
Choose a way to pay your rates and water bills, including the online options above, on our Payments page. This includes information about our direct debit facility (and how to apply), BPAY®, and pay by phone. You can also request changes to your direct debit facility from this page using our online forms.
Visit our Discounts and concessions page for information about other concessions that you may be eligible to apply for.
If you have registered for My Account, you can view copies of your rates and water notices online.
Use the button above to 'Sign in' to My Account. If you haven't yet registered for an account, use the 'Register for My Account' button.
If you don't have access to My Account, you can use the online form below to request a copy of your rates and water notices.
Request a copy of rates or water notice
Would you like your future notices delivered by email instead of post? Register for My Account now to receive your rates and water notices by email.
For more information visit our Receive rates and water notices by email page.
Your City of Gold Coast rate notice is issued twice yearly, usually in January and July, and covers six-monthly billing periods (i.e. January to June, and July to December, unless otherwise required).
Rates are a contribution each ratepayer makes to the City of Gold Coast towards the cost of running the city and the provision of community facilities and services, including water and sewerage. Each property is allocated a rating category according to land and property use, which is used as a basis for calculating the general rate charge. For more information, visit our About your rate notice page.
Find answers to frequently asked questions about your rate notice below.
To find out when your water meter is being read and when your next bill will be issued, visit My water bill.
City of Gold Coast gives notice of properties to be sold by public auction due to non-payment of rates and associated charges. For details visit the Sale of land for arrears of rates page.