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Pay your property rates by direct debit

What is a direct debit agreement?

When you set up a direct debit, you allow us to deduct regular payments from your bank account to pay for your property rates.

Direct debit is free to set up. The amounts can change with each payment.

Direct debit for property rates payments can only be deducted from your bank account.

You can also cancel or change a direct debit.

You should know

It takes three to five working days to set up a direct debit from the day we receive your application.

If an instalment due date is coming up, pay online so we receive your payment on time, and you avoid a penalty.

​How to set up direct debit payments


If you're registered for myAUCKLAND, you can set up and manage your direct debit payments for all your properties.

  1. Log in to myAuckland.
  2. Select a property or add a property
  3. From the dropdown 'Actions' menu, select 'Set up a direct debit'.
Set up a direct debit in myAUCKLAND


You can also set up a direct debit online without logging in.

   Set up a direct debit

 By phone

​Call 09 301 0101 to set up a direct debit over the phone.



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