These are your payment options to pay for your new accident insurance policy.
As an accident insurance policyholder, you are eligible to set up a monthly interest-free payment plan to pay your premium. Learn more about our flexible payment plan options.
Electronic funds transfer (EFT)
Follow these steps to pay your premium by EFT:
- deposit your payment with the Commonwealth Bank of Australia, BSB 064 013, account number 1000 8320
- use your WorkCover Queensland policy number as the reference number
- on the same day, please email your contact details as requested on your premium notice to firstname.lastname@example.org.
This will ensure we can correctly match your payment to your insurance policy.
Contact your financial institution to pay your premium via BPAY (Biller code 182006) using your cheque or savings account. For more information, please contact your financial institution or see www.bpay.com.au.
You can pay your premium by Mastercard or Visa over the phone by calling 1300 132 278 (this is an automated service) or when you speak with our representative to set up your policy.
If you are paying by cheque, please attach the payment slip from the bottom of your premium notice and return it to:
GPO Box 2772, Brisbane QLD 4001
Please allow at least a week prior to the payment due date for the cheque to reach us and clear.
We do not accept cash payments; however you can deposit cash at any Commonwealth Bank by using the bank account details listed for EFT above.
When you speak with us to take out your policy, our representative will discuss your payment options. Your premium notice will also show you how you can pay your premium.
Late payment of your premium will result in an automatic late payment penalty being applied. Until all outstanding premium (including penalties) is paid in full, you will be deemed uninsured and may be liable for claims costs that arise.
If you are unable to pay your premium by its due date using any of the methods above, you can apply for premium funding from your financial institution or independent premium funders.
- Last updated
- 14 June 2019