Hampton and Highett Community Centres are official community outreach providers for the State Government’s $250 Power Saving Bonus. We are assisting community members to receive this one-off payment to help ease energy bill stress and to help them seek out a better energy deal.
As of 1 July 2022, this payment is available to all Victorian households.
The $250 Power Saving Bonus is a one-off $250 payment that provides direct support to Victorian households experiencing power bill stress during the coronavirus pandemic.
To be eligible, you must meet the following eligibility requirements:
This program is running from 1 July 2022 until 30 June 2023.
Only one payment is available to each household.
Yes, you can.
Applications are made online. If you do not have access to the internet or are uncomfortable using technology, we are here to help.
Get in contact with Hampton and Highett Community Centres and we will help you every step of the way: Phone number: 0492 800 592
When you come to us to submit your application, there are a few things you need to bring with you:
Be sure to keep a copy of your NMI and your application reference number as you may need this information for further communications about your application.]
When you submit your application online, you will be able to choose between receiving your payment via EFT (electronic transfer into your bank account) or cheque.
If you meet the eligibility and documentation requirements, you should receive your $250 payment via Electronic Fund Transfer (EFT) within two to three weeks of submission. If you request payment via cheque, this should be received within four weeks.
We will be providing support during business hours Monday to Friday.
No, Please fill in the online form by clicking the “orange” button below and someone from the centre will be in contact with you shortly.
Highett: Highett Station is a 9 min walk. A bus stop is located on the corner of Worthing Road and Livingston Street.
Hampton: Hampton Station is a 1 min walk. Bus stops are located at Hampton Station.
Highett: Free parking is available in Livingston Street and Worthing Road Highett.
Hampton: Free parking is available at the rear of Hampton street, behind Woolworths. Time limits apply.
Both centres cater for people of all abilities. Designated Disability Parking, wheelchair accessible, disabled toilets.
If you do not have access to or are uncomfortable using technology, get in contact with us and we will guide you through the process by clicking the orange button below.
All visitors to our centre must respect all workers and volunteers. No inappropriate behaviour is accepted in our centres.
We do not offer refunds for classes due to a change in your personal circumstances. If your class is impacted by Covid shutdowns we will reschedule your class or it will run via Zoom.
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We acknowledge and pay our respects to the Boonwurrung people who are the Traditional Owners of the land on which we connect, create and play.