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Pricing and Offers

How does pricing work?

Paying for a NABERS rating has two parts, the NABERS lodgement fee and the Assessor's fee.

All NABERS ratings are subject to lodgement fees, payable to the NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment.  These are set fees regardless of your sector or size of building.  You can find the lodgement fees here.

In order to understand the full cost associated with a NABERS rating, you also need to contact a NABERS accredited Assessor to get a quote for a site visit to verify the data for your building.  Assessors will set individual fees based on their own costs and business practices. Find our list of accredited Assessors here.

For more information on steps to get a rating, refer to the fact sheet for your sector.

NABERS also provides additional products and services, such as data requests, training courses and Assessor accreditation. Please refer to the price list for more details.

Discounts and offers

Indigenous initiative

Any individual who identifies as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander is eligible for a 50% discount on any training enrolment fees until 30 June 2022.

Contact nabers [at] environment.nsw.gov.au to find out more.

Training

Some of our Assessor training has also been discounted, including:

Please refer to the 'NABERS Administration Fees Price List' and 'Conditions of offer' below. 

FY22 pricing updates 

From 1 July 2021, NABERS administration fees will apply as the COVID relief funding provided by the federal government ends on 30 June 2021.  

In order to facilitate accurate customer quotes post 1 July 2021 we have made the future pricing available for download. This includes the annual CPI of 0.9%. There are also some price changes to training fees. See the administration fees document below for more details.

Any ratings lodged before 30 June 2021 will still receive the relief offer as per the current conditions of offer

To note: All prices include GST. Please check back regularly for updates before quoting costs as all prices are subject to annual consumer price index (CPI) rate increases. Last price increase was 1 July 2021.

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