A guide to Australian Government payments
A publication that provides payment rate information for Centrelink payments.
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Payments for families include:
- Additional Child Care Subsidy
- Child Care Subsidy
- Dad and Partner Pay
- Double Orphan Pension
- Family Tax Benefit
- Newborn Supplement and Newborn Upfront Payment
- Paid Parental Leave Scheme
- Parental Leave Pay
- Parenting Payment
- Single Income Family Supplement
- Stillborn Baby Payment.
Payments for older Australians include:
People with disability
Payments for people with disability include:
- Disability Support Pension
- Essential Medical Equipment Payment
- Mobility Allowance
- Youth Disability Supplement.
Payments for carers include:
Youth and students
Payments for students and Australian apprentices include:
- Assistance for Isolated Children Scheme
- Pensioner Education Supplement
- Tertiary Access Payment
- Youth Allowance for students and apprentices.
Payments for job seekers include:
Farm Household Allowance is the main farm support payment.
One off payments in a crisis include:
Supplementary payments include:
- Energy Supplement
- Pension Supplement
- Pharmaceutical Allowance
- Remote Area Allowance
- Rent Assistance
- Telephone Allowance
- Utilities Allowance.
Concession cards include:
Read the historical versions of the guide dating back to 2009.
Page last updated: 1 July 2021
This information was printed 29 July 2021 from https://www.servicesaustralia.gov.au/organisations/about-us/reports-and-statistics/guide-australian-government-payments. It may not include all of the relevant information on this topic. Please consider any relevant site notices at https://www.servicesaustralia.gov.au/individuals/site-notices when using this material.