Payment options for land tax

OSR Online allows you to make payments, view outstanding tax amounts, input your bank account details and view your payment history.

You can pay your land tax by:

  • credit card, using BPOINT
  • telephone or internet banking, using BPAY
  • direct payment
  • electronic funds transfer (EFT)
  • cheque or money order.

Note: If your payment is not made by the due date, unpaid tax interest will accrue daily until we receive the full amount.

Credit card

You can pay online using BPOINT or call 1300 803 545 and follow the prompts. Credit card payments must be more than $10 and less than $50,000.

A surcharge applies to credit card payments:

  • 0.518% for Visa and Mastercard
  • 1.4% for Amex.

Read the BPOINT terms and conditions.

Make sure you select the correct tax type from the biller code drop-down list, and enter the correct payment reference code:

  • Biller code—625178
  • Reference number—shown on your assessment notice.

If you have paid by credit card and a refund is due, we will refund the assessment amount to the credit card. The surcharge amount is non-refundable.

Phone or internet banking—BPAY

Contact your bank or financial institution to make payments from your cheque or savings account. See for more information.

Make sure you enter the correct information so that your payment is processed correctly:

  • Biller code—625178
  • Reference number—shown on your assessment notice.

Direct payment

You can set up a direct debit to pay either:

  • the full amount on the due date of your assessment
  • 3 equal instalments on set dates, using the extended payment option.

Find out more about:

Electronic funds transfer (EFT)

Use the following bank account details when paying by EFT.

  • Account name: Office of State Revenue Collection Account
  • Account number: 1000 0935
  • BSB code: 064-013
  • Bank: Commonwealth Bank of Australia
  • Branch: Queensland Government Banking Centre
  • Reference: Shown on your assessment notice
  • SWIFT code: CTBAAU2S—You will need this code if you're making a payment from outside Australia

Make sure you use the correct information so that your payment is processed correctly.

Cheque or money order

When paying for your assessment, you must:

  • include the payment slip from each assessment notice being paid
  • make the cheque or money order payable to 'Commissioner of State Revenue'
  • post your cheque or money order to
    Office of State Revenue
    GPO Box 2476
    Brisbane Qld 4001

Mail delivery times can affect when we receive your payment—this may result in unpaid tax interest if payment is received after the due date.