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You can pay your insurance duty by credit card, BPAY, at a Westpac branch and by electronic funds transfer (EFT).

Credit card

When paying by credit card

  • You need a current Visa or Mastercard.
  • A card payment fee of 0.54 per cent applies to all card transactions (fees are not charged for other payment methods).

Pay now by credit card


​Pay directly from your cheque or savings account using your financial institution's internet or telephone service.

Have the biller code and reference number, which appear on your assessment, with you.

For more information about using BPAY, contact your financial institution.


If there is a pre-printed remittance slip attached to your assessment you can pay by cash or cheque at any Westpac branch. Cheques should be made payable to the State Revenue Office of Victoria. 

Payment via cash or cheque can be made at any bank, although other banks may charge a fee.

Electronic funds transfer (EFT)

You can transfer your payment to us online directly from your cheque or savings account. Our bank account details are on the assessment, notice or return you received.

Note: If you are seeking to pay an overdue assessment by instalments over a period less than six months, call 13 21 61. For arrangements longer than six months, please apply for a payment plan for individuals or apply for a payment plan for businesses and organisations.

Last modified: 1 October 2019
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