Pay Your Bill

When Payment is Due

Payments are required within 28 days. Each bill will have a due date which is the final day the bill must be paid by.

Payments in Advance or by Instalment

Quarterly Tariff bills can be paid in advance or by instalments. You will receive your quarterly tariff bill telling you how much you are in debit or in credit.
Please contact any of our offices for further information.

Accounts for Scheme Contributions

If your property is included in a Water or Sewerage Scheme you have the option of choosing to pay either in full or by instalments. You will receive a letter explaining the options available to you and asking you to select how you wish to pay. For most schemes, payments by instalments are made every three months. If you need to arrange different instalment arrangements, you can contact us and make an appointment to see our Manager Financial Services.

How To Pay Your Lower Murray Water Bill

You will need to enter the 9 digit Reference Number which can be found on the remittance slip of your bill. (Standard call charges apply)
POST SecurePay®
Pay your bill with SecurePay. Fill the form to pay with your Credit Card.

POST billpay®
In person at any Australia Post Office.

To pay using BPAY contact your bank or financial institution. Your biller code and BPAY reference number can be found next to the BPAY logo on your bill.

BPAY View®
To receive and view your quarterly bills online, go to your online banking account to register for BPAY View. Your biller code and BVRN reference number can be found next to the BPAY logo on your bill.

Direct Debit
To setup direct debit from your bank account (cheque and savings accounts only) please complete and lodge a Direct Debit Application Form.

You can use Centrepay to arrange regular deductions from your Centrelink payment.

Payment by Mail

Tear off the remittance advice on the bottom on your bill and mail with your cheque to:
Lower Murray Water,
PO Box 1438,
Mildura, Victoria 3502.

In Person
Present your invoice intact at any of our offices.
Eftpos and Cheque payments only.
Cash payments can be made at an Australia Post outlet.