Online Payments

Manningham Council offers a range of applications and online payments.

Building Services Applications

Hard Garbage Collection Request

Land Information Certificate

Local Law Sign Permit

Lost and Found Animal

Miscellaneous Local Law

Permit to Burn (Fire)

Waste Management Requests

Animal Registration Renewals

Infringements and Fines

Infringements can only be paid if the ticket is not past its Courtesy Letter due date. Infringements which may be paid on the online payment service are:

Other Payment Methods

You can arrange payments of rates, registrations and fines via the following alternative payment methods.

  • In person at any Australia Post Branch or Council Civic Centre, 699 Doncaster Road, Doncaster 3108
  • By mail: Manningham  Council, PO Box 1, Doncaster 3108
  • Telephone or Internet Banking BPAY
  • Use Australia Post's Postbill pay Service

Cash, cheque, credit or debit cards are accepted.

Rates

Manningham Council rates can be paid via the following services:

By direct debit

You can pay your annual rates and charges by four instalments or ten monthly instalments by direct debit. To pay by direct debit please complete the Icon for application/pdf Direct Debit Application (51.66 KB) that was included in your Annual Rate Notice and forward it to Council. A copy of the Direct Debit Application Form can also be requested from Council and sent to you.

Cancellation of the Direct Debit facility must be in writing. You may do this by email or alternatively, you can download a Icon for application/pdf Direct Debit Cancellation form (130.37 KB).

Online

Post Billpay

Visit www.postbillpay.com.au and pay by credit card (payments may be made by Visa or Mastercard only).

BPAY

Contact your bank, credit union or building society, to make a BPAY payment direct from your nominated account.

At Australia Post

Present your rate notice at an Australia Post outlet and make a payment by cash, cheque, money order, EFTPOS or credit card (payments may be made by Visa or Mastercard only). 

In person

Council offices at 699 Doncaster Road, Doncaster and pay by cash, cheque, EFTPOS, debit or credit card*.

By Mail

Detach the bottom portion of your rate notice and mail it with your cheque or money order made out to Manningham City Council and addressed to PO Box 1, Doncaster VIC 3108

By Phone

Call Australia Post on 13 18 16 and pay by credit card*. Quote the Billpay code and reference number on the front of your rate notice.

Payment Difficulties

Ratepayers who are experiencing difficulty in paying their rates and charges should call Council's Revenue Office on 9840 9333 as soon as possible to discuss an alternative payment arrangement.

Deferred Payment

Under the Financial Hardship provisions, it is possible for a ratepayer to apply to defer the payment of rates, subject to certain conditions. The individual rate payer can arrange to pay their rates over a period of time; however interest still applies to any part of the amount owing after the due date.

The Council may defer all or part of a payment, subject to any conditions it chooses, if it considers that the payment would cause hardship. An application for relief would need to be made on a Financial Hardship Application form available from Council.

The result of the Council applying the deferral provisions is generally an 'arrangement to pay' - an agreed timeframe or schedule for payments, normally within the current financial year. You can apply, by completing the Icon for application/pdf Rate Payment Arrangement form (29.23 KB).

Special Arrangement by Direct Debit

Should you find it necessary to enter into a payment arrangement you can pay by direct debit. AIcon for application/pdf Special Arrangement Direct Debit (36.46 KB)form should be completed and forwarded to Council.The agreed payment amount for your rates will be automatically debited from your bank account. The form can be downloaded or call Council to request a copy to be sent to you.

Arrears

Any arrears shown on the front of the Valuation and Rates Notice are payable immediately and may be the subject of legal action without further notice. Penalty interest will be charged on any overdue rate or charge at 9.5 per cent per annum from the respective due date until the date of payment.  The penalty interest rate is set by the State Government.

Credit Card Payments

Please note the maximum payment by credit card is $10,000.