Rates, fees & charges

Rates

Council raises the majority of its revenue from rates levied against residential and commercial properties. It spends those resources on delivering more than 200 quality services, facilities and infrastructure - from waste management, water supply, road construction and maintenance to town planning, environmental management, libraries and sport and recreation facilities. Under the governing Local Government Act, numerous regulatory responsibilities are devolved to Council by the Queensland Government.

At the Special (Budget) Meeting held on 23 June 2014, Council adopted Differential General Rates for 2014-2015.

Previous years' Budget documents, including Revenue Statement and Rates and Charges, can be viewed in the Publications & Reports area.

Budget

Council's 2014-2015 Budget was handed down at a Special (Budget) Meeting on 23 June 2014. 

Previous year's Budget documents are available in the Publications & Reports area.

Fees and charges

Payment options

Council offers a variety of payment options for rates, water billing, infringements, animal registration and sundry debtors.