Online by Credit Card
Check out the range of invoices that can be paid online on our Pay It Online page. We accept Visa and Mastercard Credit and Debit cards.
We recommend reading the Online payments - Terms and Conditions before using the online payment facilities.
Opotiki District Council does not charge a credit card convenience fee, but please check with your card issuer about any other fees and charges that may be applied to your credit card transaction under your agreement with your card issuer.
If the payment is made using a credit card issued outside New Zealand, any currency conversion will be done according to the terms and conditions of the card – there may be currency conversion fees charged by your card issuer.
Transactions are processed within two working days of the payment.
Please contact us regarding refunds for overpayments or incorrect payments.
If you would like to pay by cash, cheque or Eftpos you are welcome to come to our offices in Opotiki at 108 St John Street.
Direct Debit allows rates, sundry invoices and water accounts to be paid by Direct Debit and for payment to be automatically deducted from your bank account.
The advantages include time saving, no hassle with postage, payments are made to suit you and there are no worries about penalty charges.
Contact us at any time to cancel or suspend the authority when you are paying current rates.
Click here to download a Direct Debit form: Direct Debit form PDF 185 KB
You can post a cheque payment to:
Opotiki District Council
PO Box 44
Please enclose the remittance advice with your cheque to ensure payment is allocated to the correct property. Do not post cash.
Receipts will not be issued unless they are specifically requested.
Telephone or internet banking
You can arrange with your bank to pay your rates by telephone or Internet banking.
Please use the following details when making your payment by online banking to ensure that it will be receipted correctly.
Bank: ANZ Tauranga
|Rates||Surname||Property valuation number|
|Debtors||Surname or Business name||Invoice number|
As we have many different functions, it is important to include the appropriate payment code and reference details with a payment to ensure that it is paid to the correct account.
Details supplied for telephone or Internet banking must be set out as:
|Reference||e.g "Valuation number"|
Where one transfer is made for several accounts – for example three rate accounts, a water account and a building consent application – we can process these if a detailed schedule is e-mailed or faxed on the day that the payment is made.
Our fax number is +64 (7) 315 7050 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org