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What is BPAY?

BPAY® is an easy and secure way to stay in control of your bill payments from the security of your online banking.

You can choose which account to pay bills from, and schedule payments on a date that works for you, so long as you have funds available in your account on the scheduled date. Those are just some of the ways BPAY is in your corner.


Just look for the BPAY logo on your bill. Then pay by phone, or online banking.
Easy right?


You can find BPAY within your online banking. So you can feel confident your payment’s protected.


We’ve led the way in making bill payments easy for over 25 years.


We’re owned, operated, used and trusted by Australians. Which means we’re Australian, through and through.

BPAY is available in the online banking of over 150 banks, credit unions, building societies and neo banks like Up, and latest innovations like Beem®.

Over 55,000 businesses offer BPAY to help their customers pay bills securely while making it easier for themselves to reconcile their accounts receivable.

How to pay with BPAY?


Find your bank or BPAY Biller

Check here to see if your bank or Biller offers BPAY, or to find a Biller Code

*T&Cs apply, see Open to AU res 18+. Must be customers of an Australian financial institution which is a BPAY Scheme Member. Ends: 11:59pm AEST 31/7/24. Limit 1 entry p/transaction. Draw: 3 Amy Close, Wyong NSW 2259 on 14/8/24 at 11am AEST. Major Prize: 10 x AU$1,000 eftpos gift card. Minor Prize: 200 x AU$200 eftpos gift card. Winners published at from 23/8/24. NSW Permit No. TP/03456. ACT Permit No. TP24/00833. SA Permit No. T24/642.BPAY payments are subject to systems and funds availability. The BPAY Scheme is managed by BPAY Pty Ltd (ABN 69 079 137 518). BPAY Payments are issued by over 150 BPAY Scheme members. Contact your financial institution to see if it offers BPAY Payments – and to get the Product Disclosure Statement. Any financial product advice provided by BPAY Pty Ltd in relation to BPAY Payments is general advice only and has been prepared without taking into account your objectives, financial situation or needs. Before acting on such advice, you should review the Product Disclosure Statement and consider whether BPAY Payments is appropriate for your personal circumstances.