Need to pay your bill
Our payment options make it easy. Just choose the one that's best for you.
If you're here to make an online payment or to change the way you pay, make sure you have a copy of your printed bill or e-bill handy.
You will need your:
- 17 digit customer reference number listed on the bottom right hand side of your bill
- customer ID listed on the upper right hand of your bill
You can view your Power and Water bills anytime and anywhere you have email access from your mobile or tablet. It's that easy when you're registered with e-billing.
Ways to pay your bill
Add Power and Water Corporation to your online banking BPAY payee list.
You can make one off payments or set up regular payments.
Use Power and Water's biller code 7526 and your 17 digit customer reference number.
Set up a direct debit agreement that suits you.
From your bank account you can choose to pay:
- a regular fixed amount weekly, fortnightly or monthly.
- the total bill amount on the due date of your bill.
You can make your payments at a time that suits you, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Pay your bill on our secure payment page with a Visa or Mastercard.
The maximum credit limit for online payment is $5000.
Other ways to pay
Power and Water app
In person at any post office
Take a copy of your bill with you to any Australia Post outlet.
They accept a variety of payment methods including BasicsCard, credit cards, cash and cheque.
Automatically transfer funds from your Centrelink allowance to pay your bill.
Nominate a deduction amount per fortnight and contact Centrelink to pay this amount directly to us. Find out more about this payment option.
Northern Territory Government employees can arrange fortnightly payroll deductions.
To do this log into myHR > My money > Pay deductions and follow the prompts.
You will need to enter your consumer number (bottom right side on your bill) and the amount you'd like to deduct.