Pay online

You can easily pay your bill online (have your bill handy) or log in to My Account to view your bill and make a payment. 

A transaction fee of 0.71% applies when you pay using a credit or debit card.  

Direct debit

You can sign up for direct debit through My Account. You can choose to:

Not sure of your bill amount or due date?

Not sure of your bill amount or due date?

If you can't find your bill, you can get a copy online through My Account or by downloading our app.

If you'd prefer to speak with someone, call us between 8 am and 5 pm weekdays and we can help. 

Call us

Other ways to pay

We have a range of payment options to help make paying your Horizon Power bill as easy as possible. To get started, have your bill and payment details (such as your credit or debit card) handy.

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    Pay by phone

    Call our payment line on 1300 134 615 and follow the prompts to pay with your credit or debit card.

    Please note: A transaction fee of 0.71% applies when you pay using a credit or debit card.

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    Pay in person

    Simply bring your Horizon Power bill to your local Australia Post agency or outlet.

    Please note, they  charge an over-the-counter transaction fee of $2.52 per payment. To avoid this fee altogether, you might like to explore our other payment options.

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    Pay by cheque

    Post your cheque and the payment slip portion from the bottom of your bill to: 

    Horizon Power 

    GPO Box 4660 

    Melbourne Vic 3001 

Go paperless

Save on paperwork by having your electricity bills sent directly to your inbox. Visit My Account or download our app to switch to paperless billing today. 

Learn more

Horizon Power acknowledges the Traditional Custodians throughout Western Australia and their continuing connection to the land, waters and community. We pay our respects to all members of the Aboriginal communities and their cultures; and to Elders past, present and emerging.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are advised that this website may contain images, names or voices of deceased people.