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    I'm in Sydney and ours is about $280 a quarter for 2 adults and 3 young children.

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    We pay 250 a 1/4, for a family of 7.

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    I just paid a $1,000 water bill in our rental property which hopefully the tenants will repay.

    Last year one of their bills was $1500 and we thought there must be a leak but nope just them and their 3 teeange daughters having really long showers
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    Quote Originally Posted by CocktailBubba View Post
    Yes there's sewerage charges too.. That's probably it then.

    There's step1 water usage $61.64, step 2 $33.60, sewerage disposal $67.51.

    Then service charge details, water $20.61, sewerage $83.92.

    We have a water tank too that is for the toilet only I think?
    Well we get usage charges $97, supply $30, sewerage $80 and drainage charge $20 = total $227

    We're two adults+ 2 kids, it looks like we're about average. DH thinks its a massive bill but the kids and I are home most of the time so...

    Its the heating bill I'm worried about this year tho, its been so cold in melb the heating is on most days now

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    Just over $800!!!! Turned out the gardener had the sprinklers going 4 times a week in the early morning

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    I rent so only pay for usuage. Last quarter was $74.10. Thats for an adult and 2 kids.


 

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