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This determination amends the Defence Determination 2016/19, Conditions of service relating to allowances and reimbursements, leave, housing and meals and warlike and non-warlike deployments.
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Registered 12 May 2021
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Tabled Senate15-Jun-2021
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Defence Determination, Conditions of service Amendment Determination 2021 (No. 6)

I, FIONA LOUISE McSPEERIN, Assistant Secretary, People Policy and Employment Conditions, make the following Determination under section 58B of the Defence Act 1903.

Dated 12 May 2021

F L McSPEERIN

Fiona Louise McSpeerin

Assistant Secretary
People Policy and Employment Conditions
Defence People Group

 


Contents

1  Name........................................................................................................................................ 1

2  Commencement........................................................................................................................ 1

3  Authority.................................................................................................................................. 1

4  Schedules................................................................................................................................. 1

Schedule 1—Higher Duties Allowance amendments                                                 2

Defence Determination 2016/19, Conditions of service                                                                2

Schedule 2—Leave for travel to restricted destinations amendments                      4

Defence Determination 2016/19, Conditions of service                                                                4

Schedule 3—Living-in accommodation amendments                                                5

Defence Determination 2016/19, Conditions of service                                                                5

Schedule 4—Housing contributions and allowances amendments                           8

Defence Determination 2016/19, Conditions of service                                                                8

Schedule 5—Rent allowance amendments                                                               29

Schedule 6—Deployment Allowance amendments                                                  33

Defence Determination 2016/19, Conditions of service                                                             33

Schedule 7—Transitional provisions                                                                         34

 

 


1  Name

This instrument is the Defence Determination, Conditions of service Amendment Determination 2021 (No. 6).

2  Commencement

 

1.

Each provision of this instrument specified in column 1 of the table commences, or is taken to have commenced, in accordance with column 2 of the table. Any other statement in column 2 has effect according to its terms.

 

Commencement information

Column 1

Column 2

Column 3

Provisions

Commencement

Date/Details

1. Sections 1 to 4

The day after the instrument is registered.

 

2. Schedule 1

Immediately after the commencement of Schedule 5—Higher duties allowance amendment of Defence Determination, Conditions of service Amendment Determination 2020 (No. 28).

 

3. Schedule 2

13 May 2021.

 

4. Schedules 3 and 4

8 July 2021.

 

5. Schedule 5.

5 August 2021.

 

6. Schedules 6 and 7.

13 May 2021.

 

 

 

Note: This table relates only to the provisions of this instrument as originally made. It will not be amended to deal with any later amendments of this instrument.

2.

Any information in column 3 of the table is not part of this instrument. Information may be inserted in this column, or information in it may be edited, in any published version of this instrument.

3  Authority

This instrument is made under section 58B of the Defence Act 1903.

4  Schedules

Each instrument that is specified in a Schedule to this instrument is amended or repealed as set out in the applicable items in the Schedule concerned, and any other item in a Schedule to this instrument has effect according to its terms.

Schedule 1—Higher Duties Allowance amendments

Defence Determination 2016/19, Conditions of service

1
Section 4.1.1 (Purpose)

 

Omit “within the ADF”.

2
Section 4.1.2 (Definitions), higher rank

 

Omit “a Defence APS position”, substitute “an APS position”.

3
Section 4.1.4 (Member not eligible for higher duties allowance)

 

Omit the section, substitute:

4.1.4    Member not eligible for higher duties allowance

 

The following members are not eligible for higher duties allowance.

 

a.

A trainee or member undergoing training.

 

b.

A member who is an Aviation Specialist.

 

c.

A member in the Navy or Air Force, who is in the Specialist Pathway of the Officer Aviation Pay Structure.

 

b.

Statutory office holders.

 

e.

A member holding a rank in an item column A of the following table, who has been directed to perform the higher duties at the rank or salary proficiency point described in column B of the same item.

 

Item

Column A

Member’s rank

Column B

Rank or salary proficiency point of the higher duties

1.

Seaman

Able Seaman

2.

Private

Private Proficient

3.

Aircraftman

Leading Aircraftman

4.

Second Lieutenant

Lieutenant

 

4
Subsection 4.1.5.2 (Eligibility for higher duties allowance)

 

Omit the subsection, substitute:

2.

An approver must not approve higher duties allowance for any of the following.

 

a.

A period where a member has been directed to perform higher duties for less than 10 consecutive days.

 

b.

A period that exceeds one of the following.

 

 

i.

If the member has been posted to the position in which the higher duties is being performed — the duration of the member’s posting to that position.

 

 

ii.

If subparagraph i does not apply — 12 months.

 

Schedule 2—Leave for travel to restricted destinations amendments

Defence Determination 2016/19, Conditions of service

1
Section 5.2.6 (Destinations becoming a restricted destination on 18 March 2020)

 

Omit the section, substitute:

5.2.6    Travelling to a restricted destination

 

Sections 5.2.4 and 5.2.5 do not apply to a member who meets all of the following.

 

a.

The member is on a long-term posting overseas.

 

b.

The member enters, or travels within, a country that is not listed in the following table.

 

Countries designated ‘do not travel’ or ‘reconsider your need to travel’ on 17 March 2020

Afghanistan

Mali

Algeria

Mauritania

Burkina Faso

Niger

Burundi

Nigeria

Central African Republic

North Korea

Chad

Pakistan

Democratic Republic of the Congo

Saudi Arabia

Egypt

Somalia

Eritrea

South Sudan

Haiti

Sudan

Iran

Syria

Iraq

Venezuela

Libya

Yemen

Schedule 3—Living-in accommodation amendments

Defence Determination 2016/19, Conditions of service

1
Subsection 7.4.29.2 (Higher contribution for single bedroom apartments – Homebush and North Strathfield)

 

Omit "269.70", substitute "265.93".

2
Annex 7.4.B (Rates of contribution for living-in accommodation)

 

Omit the Annex, substitute:

 


Annex 7.4.B: Rates of contribution for living-in accommodation

 Item

Column A

Member's rank

Column B

Number of beds in room

Column C

Column D

Column E

Column F

Column G

Contribution per fortnight ($)

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Level 4

Level 5

1.

Major or higher

1

117.87

132.35

184.44

203.02

265.93

2.

Captain, Lieutenant, Second Lieutenant, Staff Cadet or Officer Cadet other than a
member paid salary under Schedule B.13 of DFRT Determination No. 2 of 2017, Salaries

1

117.87

132.35

184.44

203.02

221.61

2

58.93

66.18

92.23

101.51

110.80

3

39.29

44.12

61.49

67.67

73.86

4 or more

nil

3.

Regimental Sergeant Major of the Army, Warrant Officer Class 1, Warrant Officer Class 2, Staff Sergeant or Sergeant

1

104.88

118.43

166.78

194.20

221.61

2

52.44

59.22

83.40

97.10

110.80

3

34.96

39.48

55.60

64.72

73.86

4 or more

nil

4.

Corporal or lower

1

92.68

99.34

151.22

181.21

211.22

2

46.33

49.66

75.61

91.20

105.60

3

30.89

33.12

50.40

60.41

70.40

4 or more

nil

5.

A member paid salary under Schedule B.13 of DFRT Determination No. 2 of 2017, Salaries other than a

normal entry recruit during basic recruit training

1

92.68

2

46.33

3

30.89

4 or more

nil

6.

Normal entry recruit during basic recruit training

1 or more

nil


3
Subsection 7.9.5.3 (Casual meal charges), table item 1

 

Omit "8.00", substitute "8.50".

4
Subsection 7.9.7.1 (Fortnightly meal charge rate)

 

Omit "205.00", substitute "210.00".

5
Subsection 7.9.7.2 (Fortnightly meal charge rate)

 

Omit "14.64", substitute "15.00".

6
Subsection 7.10.9.1 (Contribution for utilities – member living in)

 

Omit "48.87", substitute "47.55".

 

 


Schedule 4—Housing contributions and allowances amendments

Defence Determination 2016/19, Conditions of service

1
Section 7.5.29 (Rate of contribution)

 

Omit the section, substitute:

7.5.29    Rate of contribution

 

The contribution for accommodation, meals and utilities for a member in a situation in an item in column A of the following table is the rate in the following columns for the same item.

 

a.

Accommodation — column B.

 

b.

Meals — column C.

 

c.

Utilities — column D.

 

Item

Column A

Member situation

Column B

Accommodation contribution

Column C

Meals contribution

Column D

Utilities contribution

1.

A member with dependants.

The contribution that would apply to them under Annex 7.D Part 1 column C if they were eligible for rent allowance and their applicable rent ceiling was Annex 7.E Part 1.2.

a.  For a hotel or serviced apartment for less than seven days – the amount set out for their salary in column A of Annex 7.F that corresponds with their number of dependants in columns B to D.

b.  For a serviced apartment for seven days or more nil.

$110.75 a fortnight.

2.

A member with dependants (unaccompanied).

nil

nil

nil

3.

Member is assisted under section 7.5.7 (the SAFE scheme).


 

4.

Any other member.

the contribution that would apply to them for level 3 living-in accommodation with 1-bed in the room.

a.  for a hotel or serviced apartment for less than seven days – what they would contribute for meals under Part 9 Division 1 section 7.9.6 (Fortnightly meal charges) as if they were living in.

b.  for a serviced apartment for seven days or more nil.

the contribution for utilities they would pay under Part 10 of this Chapter if the hotel or serviced apartment were level 3 living-in accommodation.

 

2
Subsection 7.9.10.2 (Eligibility and rate of food allowance)

 

Omit "205.06", substitute "212.03".

3
Subsection 7.9.10.3 (Eligibility and rate of food allowance)

 

Omit "20.51", substitute "21.20".

4
Subparagraph 7.10.4.1.b.i (Eligible member – reimbursement for utilities)

 

Omit "78.91", substitute "76.78".

5
Subsection 7.10.7.2 (Contribution for water – Service residence)

 

Omit "22.40", substitute "23.00".

6
Subsection 7.10.8.2 (Contribution for energy costs – tied or Service residences)

 

Omit "151.41", substitute "147.33".

7
Chapter 7 Annex 7.A (Contributions for Service residence or rent band choice accommodation)

 

Omit the Annex, substitute:

 

 


Annex 7.A: Contributions for Service residence or rent band choice accommodation

Part 1: Contribution for a Service residence – member with dependants

 

The contribution for a member holding a rank in column A of the following table who is occupying a Service residence with a classification in column B is one of the following.

 

a.

If the member is occupying a Service residence with 3 or more bedrooms the amount in column C of the same item.

 

b.

If the member chooses a Service residence with 2-bedrooms column D of the same item.

 

Item 

Column A

Rank

Column B

Service residence classification

Column C

Contribution for 3- bedrooms or more ($)

Column D

Contribution for 2-bedroom home

($)

1.

Major or lower

Group 1A

431.15

388.04

2.

Lieutenant, Second Lieutenant, Staff Cadet or Officer Cadet, Staff Sergeant, Sergeant, or Corporal or lower

Group A

507.32

456.59

Group B1 or Rent Band 1

508.67

457.81

Group B2 or Rent Band 2

508.67

457.81

3.

Captain, Regimental Sergeant Major of the Army, Warrant Officer Class 1 or Warrant Officer Class 2

Group B1 or Rent Band B1

508.67

457.81

Group B2 or Rent Band 2

632.24

569.02

Group C or Rent Band 3

632.24

569.02

4.

Lieutenant Colonel or Major

Group B2 or Rent Band 2

632.24

569.02

Group C or Rent Band 3

729.94

656.95

Group D or Rent Band 4

729.94

656.95

5.

Brigadier or Colonel

Group C or Rent Band 3

729.94

656.95

Group D or Rent Band 4

1,054.65

949.19

Group E or Rent Band 5

1,054.65

949.19

6.

Major General or higher

Group D or Rent Band 4

1,054.65

949.19

Group E or Rent Band 5

1,650.57

1,485.52


Part 2: Higher contribution scheme – contribution for a Service residence where a member with dependants chooses a property above their benefit

 

The fortnightly contribution for a member with dependants holding a rank in column A of the following table is the amount for their rent band or amenity group in columns B to E of the same item.

 

Item

Column A

Rank

Column B

Contribution rent band 1 or Amenity Group B1

($)

Column C

Contribution

rent band 2 or Amenity Group B2

($)

Column D

Contribution rent band 3 or Amenity Group C

($)

Column E

Contribution rent band 4 or Amenity Group D

($)

1.

Lieutenant, Second Lieutenant, Staff Cadet or Officer Cadet, Staff Sergeant, Sergeant, or Corporal or lower

N/A

755.81

951.21

1,600.63

2.

Captain, Regimental Sergeant Major of the Army, Warrant Officer Class 1 or Warrant Officer Class 2

N/A

N/A

827.64

1,477.06

3.

Lieutenant Colonel or Major

N/A

N/A

N/A

1,379.36

 

 Part 3: Contribution for member without dependants not sharing

 

The fortnightly contribution for a member without dependants occupying a Service residence and not sharing is one of the following.

 

a.

For a member occupying a rent band classified Service residence with a rent band level in column A of the following table their contribution is the amount in column D of the same item.

 

b.

For a member occupying an amenity-based Service residence with an amenity group level in column B of the following table their contribution is the amount in column C of the same item if in a 2-bedroom Service residence, or in column D if in any other Service residence.

 

Item

Column A

Rent band

Column B

Amenity group

Column C

Contribution for 2-bedroom Service residence within an amenity group

($)

Column D

Contribution for any other Service residence

($)

1.

5

E

1,485.52

1,650.57

2.

4

D

949.19

1,054.65

3.

3

C

656.95

729.94

4.

2

B2

569.02

632.24

5.

1

B1

457.81

508.67

6.

-

A

456.59

507.32

7.

-

1A

388.04

431.15

Part 4: Contribution for member without dependants sharing

 

The fortnightly contribution for a member without dependants sharing a Service residence is one of the following.

 

a.

For a member sharing with one person who holds a rank in column A the amount in column B of the same item.

 

 

b.

For a member sharing with 2 or more people who holds a rank in column A the amount in column C of the same item.

 

 

Item

Column A

Rank group

Column B

Member sharing with 1 other person ($)

Column C

Member sharing with 2 or more people ($)

1.

Major General or higher

742.76

550.19

2.

Brigadier or Colonel

474.60

351.55

3.

Lieutenant Colonel or Major

328.48

243.32

4.

Captain, Regimental Sergeant Major of the Army, Warrant Officer Class 1 or Warrant Officer Class 2

284.51

210.75

5.

Lieutenant, Second Lieutenant
Staff Cadet or Officer Cadet,
Staff Sergeant, Sergeant or
Corporal or lower

228.91

169.56

 

8
Chapter 7 Annex 7.D (Contributions for rent allowance)

 

Omit the Annex, substitute:

 


 

Annex 7.D: Contributions for rent allowance

Part 1: Contribution for rent allowance – dependants live in rental accommodation

 

The fortnightly rent allowance contribution for a member holding a rank in an item in column A of the following table is either of the following.

  

a.

For a member whose rent ceiling is set by subsection 7.8.9.5, column B of the same item.

 

b.

For a member whose rent ceiling is set by subsection 7.8.9.3.a, column C of the same item.

 

Item

Column A

Rank

Column B

Applicable rent ceiling is Annex 7.E Part 1.2

($)

Column C

Applicable rent ceiling is Annex is 7.E Part 1.1

($)

1.

Major General or higher

1,485.52

1,650.57

2.

Brigadier or Colonel

949.19

1,054.65

3.

Lieutenant Colonel or Major

656.95

729.94

4.

Captain, Regimental Sergeant Major of the Army, Warrant Officer Class 1 or Warrant Officer Class 2

569.02

632.24

5.

Lieutenant, Second Lieutenant, Staff Sergeant,

Sergeant, Corporal or lower, or a Trainee

457.81

508.67

 

Part 2: Contribution for rent allowance – members in rental accommodation without dependants

 

The fortnightly rent allowance contribution for a member's rank in column A is the amount for their applicable rent ceiling in column B, column C or column D of the following table.

 

The fortnightly rent allowance contribution for a member holding a rank in an item in column A of the following table is either of the following.

  

a.

For a member whose rent ceiling is set by subsection 7.8.10.2 table item 1, column B of the same item.

 

b.

For a member whose rent ceiling is set by 7.8.10.2 table item 2, column C of the same item.

 

c.

For a member whose rent ceiling is set by 7.8.10.2 table item 3 or item 4, column D of the same item.

 


 

 

Item

Column A

Rank

Column B

Applicable rent ceiling is Annex 7.E Part 2.1

($)

Column C

Applicable rent ceiling is Annex 7.E Part 2.2

($)

Column D

Applicable rent ceiling is Annex 7.E Part 2.3 or Part 2.4

($)

1.

Major General or higher

1,485.52

742.76

550.19

2.

Brigadier or Colonel

949.19

474.60

351.55

3.

Lieutenant Colonel or Major

656.95

328.48

243.32

4.

Captain, Regimental Sergeant Major of the Army, Warrant Officer Class 1, or Warrant Officer Class 2

569.02

284.51

210.75

5.

Lieutenant, Second Lieutenant, Staff Sergeant, Sergeant,

Corporal or lower, or a Trainee

457.81

228.91

169.56

 

9
Chapter 7 Annex 7.E (Rent ceilings)

 

Omit the Annex, substitute:

 


 

Annex 7.E: Rent ceilings

Part 1   Rent ceilings – member's dependants live in rental accommodation
Part 1.1   Rent ceiling for member with dependants – 3-bedrooms

Column A

Location

 

Column B

Lieutenant,

2nd Lieutenant, Staff Cadet or Officer Cadet, Staff Sergeant, Sergeant, Corporal or lower, or a trainee

Column C

Warrant Officer Class 1 and 2, Regimental Sergeant Major of the Army, or Captain

Column D

Major or Lieutenant Colonel

Column E

Colonel or  Brigadier

Column F

Major General or higher

$ a fortnight

ACT and Queanbeyan

1,176

1,292

1,456

1,822

3,174

Adelaide

856

982

1,142

1,352

 -

Albury and Wodonga

826

894

972

1,106

 -

Alice Springs

1,324

1,370

1,526

1,726

 -

Armidale

920

1,102

-

-

Ballarat, Delecombe and Alfredton

728

842

962

-

Bathurst

760

852

 -

-

Brisbane

1,076

1,222

1,392

1,568

 -

Broome

1,260

1,352

1,452

-

 -

Cairns

936

1,040

1,150

-

 -

Canarvon

1,120

1,252

1,352

-

 -

Darwin

1,126

1,274

1,462

1,700

 -

Evans Head

1,308

1,442

1,562

-

 -

Exmouth

1,200

1,352

1,502

-

 -

Frankston and Mornington

982

1,074

1,156

1,246

 -

Geraldton

624

780

1,002

1,122

 -

Glenbrook

1,096

1,172

1,366

1,552

 -

Gold Coast

992

1,076

1,212

1,352

 -

Hobart

1,056

1,212

1,376

1,516

 -

Ipswich

838

938

1,064

1,282

 -

Katherine

1,292

1,472

1,582

1,652

 -

Karratha and Tom Price

1,626

1,894

2,120

-

-

Kununurra

1,320

1,452

-

-

-

Launceston and Devonport

840

952

1,052

-

-

Lismore, Goonellabah, Junction Hill and Wollongbar

1,080

1,162

1,252

-

-

Liverpool

1,208

1,326

1,482

1,642

 -

Melbourne

924

1,046

1,322

1,746

3,130

Mount Isa

1,220

1,352

-

-

-

Newcastle and Raymond Terrace

1,008

1,126

1,376

1,620

-

Newman

1,296

-

-

-

-

Nhulunbuy

1,240

1,452

1,652

-

-

Nowra

968

1,032

1,136

1,280

-

Orange

868

952

1,032

-

-

Pearce

1,160

1,354

1,474

1,630

-

Perth

1,160

1,354

1,474

1,630

-

Port Augusta, Port Lincoln and Port Wakefield

920

1,052

1,152

-

-

Port Hedland

1,980

2,152

2,402

-

-

Port Macquarie, Old Bar and Taree

840

1,002

1,152

1,252

-

Queenscliff

840

952

1,052

1,152

-

Richmond

1,200

1,342

1,512

1,722

-

Rockhampton, Tully, Mission Beach and Cowley Beach

756

842

1,006

-

-

Rockingham

792

886

998

1,126

-

Sale

748

808

876

972

-

Seymour

860

952

1,136

1,316

-

Singleton

896

1,032

1,176

1,316

-

Sydney

1,408

1,722

2,122

2,476

4,682

Tamworth

792

872

962

1,062

-

Thursday Island

2,720

-

-

-

-

Toowoomba, Oakey

900

982

1,062

1,152

-

Townsville

810

892

1,024

1,170

-

Wagga Wagga

880

972

1,062

1,210

-

Weipa

1,460

1,552

1,752

-

-

Wollongong

1,300

1,432

1,552

-

-

 

Part 1.2   Member with dependants who chooses a 2-bedroom rent ceiling

Column A

Location

Column B

Lieutenant,

2nd Lieutenant, Staff Cadet or Officer Cadet, Staff Sergeant, Sergeant, Corporal or lower, or a trainee

Column C

Warrant Officer Class 1 and 2, Regimental Sergeant Major of the Army or Captain

Column D

Major or Lieutenant Colonel

Column E

Colonel or Brigadier

Column F

Major General or higher

$ a fortnight

ACT and Queanbeyan

1,058

1,163

1,310

1,640

2,857

Adelaide

770

884

1,028

1,217

-

Albury and Wodonga

743

805

875

995

-

Alice Springs

1,192

1,233

1,373

1,553

-

Armidale

828

992

-

-

-

Ballarat, Delecombe and Alfredton

655

758

866

-

-

Bathurst

684

767

-

-

-

Brisbane

968

1,100

1,253

1,411

-

Broome

1,134

1,217

1,307

-

-

Cairns

842

936

1,035

-

-

Canarvon

1,008

1,127

1,217

-

-

Darwin

1,013

1,147

1,316

1,530

-

Evans Head

1,177

1,298

1,406

-

-

Exmouth

1,080

1,217

1,352

-

-

Frankston and Mornington

884

967

1,040

1,121

-

Geraldton

562

702

902

1,010

-

Glenbrook

986

1,055

1,229

1,397

-

Gold Coast

893

968

1,091

1,217

-

Hobart

950

1,091

1,238

1,364

-

Ipswich

754

844

958

1,154

-

Katherine

1,163

1,325

1,424

1,487

-

Karratha and Tom Price

1,463

1,705

1,908

-

-

Kununurra

1,188

1,307

-

-

-

Launceston and Devonport

756

857

947

-

-

Lismore, Goonellabah, Junction Hill and Wollongbar

972

1,046

1,127

-

-

Liverpool

1,087

1,193

1,334

1,478

-

Melbourne

832

941

1,190

1,571

2,817

Mount Isa

1,098

1,217

-

-

-

Newcastle and Raymond Terrace

907

1,013

1,238

1,458

 

Newman

1,166

-

 

 

 

Nhulunbuy

1,116

1,307

1,487

 

 

Nowra

871

929

1,022

1,152

 

Orange

781

857

929

 

 

Pearce

1,044

1,219

1,327

1,467

 

Perth

1,044

1,219

1,327

1,467

 

Port Augusta, Port Lincoln and Port Wakefield

828

947

1,037

 

 

Port Hedland

1,782

1,937

2,162

 

 

Port Macquarie, Old Bar and Taree

756

902

1,037

1,127

 

Queenscliff

756

857

947

1,037

 

Richmond

1,080

1,208

1,361

1,550

 

Rockhampton, Tully, Mission Beach and Cowley Beach

680

758

905

 

 

Rockingham

713

797

898

1,013

 

Sale

673

727

788

875

 

Seymour

774

857

1,022

1,184

 

Singleton

806

929

1,058

1,184

 

Sydney

1,267

1,550

1,910

2,228

4,214

Tamworth

713

785

866

956

 

Thursday Island

2,448

 

 

 

 

Toowoomba and Oakey

810

884

956

1,037

 

Townsville

729

803

922

1,053

 

Wagga Wagga

792

875

956

1,089

 

Weipa

1,314

1,397

1,577

 

 

Wollongong

1,170

1,289

1,397

 

 

 


 

Part 2   Rent ceilings – members live in rental accommodation without dependants

Part 2.1   Member without dependants or member with dependants (unaccompanied) who lives alone

 

The rent ceiling for a member without dependants or a member with dependants (unaccompanied) who lives alone in rental accommodation in the member's posting location is the rate for their location in column A that corresponds with their rank in columns B to F of the following table.

 

Column A

Location

 

 

Column B

Lieutenant,

2nd Lieutenant, Staff Cadet or Officer Cadet, Staff Sergeant, Sergeant, Corporal or lower, or a trainee

Column C

Warrant Officer Class 1 and 2, Regimental Sergeant Major of the Army, or Captain

Column D

Major or Lieutenant Colonel

Column E

Colonel or Brigadier

Column F

Major General or higher

$ a fortnight

ACT and Queanbeyan

1,058

1,163

1,310

1,640

2,857

Adelaide

770

884

1,028

1,217

-

Albury and Wodonga

743

805

875

995

-

Alice Springs

1,192

1,233

1,373

1,553

-

Armidale

828

992

-

-

-

Ballarat, Delecombe and Alfredton

655

758

866

-

-

Bathurst

684

767

-

-

-

Brisbane

968

1,100

1,253

1,411

-

Broome

1,134

1,217

1,307

-

-

Cairns

842

936

1,035

-

-

Canarvon

1,008

1,127

1,217

-

-

Darwin

1,013

1,147

1,316

1,530

-

Evans Head

1,177

1,298

1,406

-

-

Exmouth

1,080

1,217

1,352

-

-

Frankston and Mornington

884

967

1,040

1,121

-

Geraldton

562

702

902

1,010

-

Glenbrook

986

1,055

1,229

1,397

-

Gold Coast

893

968

1,091

1,217

-

Hobart

950

1,091

1,238

1,364

-

Ipswich

754

844

958

1,154

-

Katherine

1,163

1,325

1,424

1,487

-

Karratha and Tom Price

1,463

1,705

1,908

-

-

Kununurra

1,188

1,307

-

-

-

Launceston and Devonport

756

857

947

-

-

Lismore, Goonellabah, Junction Hill and Wollongbar

972

1,046

1,127

-

-

Liverpool

1,087

1,193

1,334

1,478

-

Melbourne

832

941

1,190

1,571

2,817

Mount Isa

1,098

1,217

-

-

-

Newcastle and Raymond Terrace

907

1,013

1,238

1,458

-

Newman

1,166

-

-

-

-

Nhulunbuy

1,116

1,307

1,487

-

-

Nowra

871

929

1,022

1,152

 

Orange

781

857

929

-

-

Pearce

1,044

1,219

1,327

1,467

-

Perth

1,044

1,219

1,327

1,467

-

Port Augusta, Port Lincoln and Port Wakefield

828

947

1,037

-

-

Port Hedland

1,782

1,937

2,162

-

-

Port Macquarie, Old Bar and Taree

756

902

1,037

1,127

-

Queenscliff

756

857

947

1,037

-

Richmond

1,080

1,208

1,361

1,550

-

Rockhampton, Tully, Mission Beach and Cowley Beach

680

758

905

-

-

Rockingham

713

797

898

1,013

-

Sale

673

727

788

875

-

Seymour

774

857

1,022

1,184

-

Singleton

806

929

1,058

1,184

-

Sydney

1,267

1,550

1,910

2,228

4,214

Tamworth

713

785

866

956

-

Thursday Island

2,448

-

-

-

-

Toowoomba and Oakey

810

884

956

1,037

-

Townsville

729

803

922

1,053

-

Wagga Wagga

792

875

956

1,089

-

Weipa

1,314

1,397

1,577

-

-

Wollongong

1,170

1,289

1,397

-

-

 

Part 2.2   Member without dependants or member with dependants (unaccompanied) who shares with one other person

 

The rent ceiling for a member without dependants or a member with dependants (unaccompanied) who shares rental accommodation in the member's posting location with one other person is the rate for their location in column A that corresponds with their rank in columns B to F of the following table.

 

Column A

Location

 

 

Column B

Lieutenant,

2nd Lieutenant, Staff Cadet or Officer Cadet, Staff Sergeant, Sergeant, Corporal or lower, or a trainee

Column C

Warrant Officer Class 1 and 2, Regimental Sergeant Major of the Army, or Captain

Column D

Major or Lieutenant Colonel

Column E

Colonel or Brigadier

Column F

Major General or higher

$ a fortnight

ACT and Queanbeyan

529

581

655

820

-

Adelaide

385

442

514

608

-

Albury and Wodonga

372

402

437

498

-

Alice Springs

596

617

687

777

-

Armidale

414

496

-

-

-

Ballarat, Delecombe and Alfredton

328

379

433

-

-

Bathurst

342

383

-

-

-

Brisbane

484

550

626

706

-

Broome

567

608

653

-

-

Cairns

421

468

518

-

-

Canarvon

504

563

608

-

-

Darwin

507

573

658

765

-

Evans Head

589

649

703

-

-

Exmouth

540

608

676

-

-

Frankston and Mornington

442

483

520

561

-

Geraldton

281

351

451

505

-

Glenbrook

493

527

615

698

-

Gold Coast

446

484

545

608

-

Hobart

475

545

619

682

-

Ipswich

377

422

479

577

-

Katherine

581

662

712

743

-

Karratha and Tom Price

732

852

954

-

-

Kununurra

594

653

-

-

-

Launceston and Devonport

378

428

473

-

-

Lismore, Goonellabah, Junction Hill and Wollongbar

486

523

563

-

-

Liverpool

544

597

667

739

-

Melbourne

416

471

595

786

-

Mount Isa

549

608

-

-

-

Newcastle and Raymond Terrace

454

507

619

729

-

Newman

583

-

-

-

-

Nhulunbuy

558

653

743

-

-

Nowra

436

464

511

576

-

Orange

391

428

464

-

-

Pearce

522

609

663

734

-

Perth

522

609

663

734

-

Port Augusta, Port Lincoln and Port Wakefield

414

473

518

-

-

Port Hedland

891

968

1,081

-

-

Port Macquarie, Old Bar and Taree

378

451

518

563

-

Queenscliff

378

428

473

518

-

Richmond

540

604

680

775

-

Rockhampton, Tully, Mission Beach and Cowley Beach

340

379

453

-

-

Rockingham

356

399

449

507

-

Sale

337

364

394

437

-

Seymour

387

428

511

592

-

Singleton

403

464

529

592

-

Sydney

634

775

955

1,114

-

Tamworth

356

392

433

478

-

Thursday Island

1,224

-

-

-

-

Toowoomba and Oakey

405

442

478

518

-

Townsville

365

401

461

527

-

Wagga Wagga

396

437

478

545

-

Weipa

657

698

788

-

-

Wollongong

585

644

698

-

-

 

Part 2.3   Member without dependants or member with dependants (unaccompanied) who is sharing with 2 other people

 

The rent ceiling for a member without dependants or a member with dependants (unaccompanied) who shares rental accommodation in the member's posting location with 2 other people is the rate for their location in column A that corresponds with their rank in columns B to F of the following table.

 

Column A

Location

Column B

Lieutenant,

2nd Lieutenant, Staff Cadet or Officer Cadet, Staff Sergeant, Sergeant, Corporal or lower,  or a trainee

Column C

Warrant Officer Class 1 and 2, Regimental Sergeant Major of the Army or Captain

Column D

Major or Lieutenant Colonel

Column E

Colonel or  Brigadier

Column F

Major General or higher

$ a fortnight

ACT and Queanbeyan

392

431

485

607

-

Adelaide

285

327

381

451

-

Albury and Wodonga

275

298

324

369

-

Alice Springs

441

457

509

575

-

Armidale

307

367

-

-

-

Ballarat, Delecombe and Alfredton

243

281

321

-

-

Bathurst

253

284

-

-

-

Brisbane

359

407

464

523

-

Broome

420

451

484

-

-

Cairns

312

347

383

-

-

Canarvon

373

417

451

-

-

Darwin

375

425

487

567

-

Evans Head

436

481

521

-

-

Exmouth

400

451

501

-

-

Frankston and Mornington

327

358

385

415

-

Geraldton

208

260

334

374

-

Glenbrook

365

391

455

517

-

Gold Coast

331

359

404

451

-

Hobart

352

404

459

505

-

Ipswich

279

313

355

427

-

Katherine

431

491

527

551

-

Karratha and Tom Price

542

631

707

-

-

Kununurra

440

484

-

-

-

Launceston and Devonport

280

317

351

-

-

Lismore, Goonellabah, Junction Hill and Wollongbar

360

387

417

-

-

Liverpool

403

442

494

547

-

Melbourne

308

349

441

582

-

Mount Isa

407

451

-

-

-

Newcastle and Raymond Terrace

336

375

459

540

-

Newman

432

-

-

-

-

Nhulunbuy

413

484

551

-

-

Nowra

323

344

379

427

-

Orange

289

317

344

-

-

Pearce

387

451

491

543

-

Perth

387

451

491

543

-

Port Augusta, Port Lincoln and Port Wakefield

307

351

384

-

-

Port Hedland

660

717

801

-

-

Port Macquarie, Old Bar and Taree

280

334

384

417

-

Queenscliff

280

317

351

384

-

Richmond

400

447

504

574

-

Rockhampton, Tully, Mission Beach and Cowley Beach

252

281

335

-

-

Rockingham

264

295

333

375

-

Sale

249

269

292

324

-

Seymour

287

317

379

439

-

Singleton

299

344

392

439

-

Sydney

469

574

707

825

-

Tamworth

264

291

321

354

-

Thursday Island

907

-

-

-

-

Toowoomba and Oakey

300

327

354

384

-

Townsville

270

297

341

390

-

Wagga Wagga

293

324

354

403

-

Weipa

487

517

584

-

-

Wollongong

433

477

517

-

-

 

Part 2.4   Member without dependants or member with dependants (unaccompanied) who is sharing with 3 other people

 

The rent ceiling for a member without dependants or a member with dependants (unaccompanied) who shares rental accommodation in the member's posting location with 3 other people is the rate for their location in column A that corresponds with their rank in columns B to F of the following table.

 

Column A

Location

Column B

Lieutenant,

2nd Lieutenant, Staff Cadet or Officer Cadet, Staff Sergeant, Sergeant, Corporal or lower, or a trainee

Column C

Warrant Officer Class 1 and 2, Regimental Sergeant Major of the Army or Captain

Column D

Major or Lieutenant Colonel

Column E

Colonel or Brigadier

Column F

Major General or higher

$ a fortnight

ACT and Queanbeyan

323

355

400

501

 -

Adelaide

235

270

314

372

 -

Albury and Wodonga

227

246

267

304

 -

Alice Springs

364

377

420

475

Armidale

253

303

-

-

 -

Ballarat, Delecombe and Alfredton

200

232

265

-

 -

Bathurst

209

234

-

-

-

Brisbane

296

336

383

431

-

Broome

347

372

399

-

-

Cairns

257

286

316

-

-

Canarvon

308

344

372

-

-

Darwin

310

350

402

468

-

Evans Head

360

397

430

-

-

Exmouth

330

372

413

-

-

Frankston and Mornington

270

295

318

343

-

Geraldton

172

215

276

309

-

Glenbrook

301

322

376

427

-

Gold Coast

273

296

333

372

-

Hobart

290

333

378

417

-

Ipswich

230

258

293

353

-

Katherine

355

405

435

454

-

Karratha and Tom Price

447

521

583

-

-

Kununurra

363

399

-

-

-

Launceston and Devonport

231

262

289

-

-

Lismore, Goonellabah, Junction Hill and Wollongbar

297

320

344

-

-

Liverpool

332

365

408

452

-

Melbourne

254

288

364

480

-

Mount Isa

336

372

-

-

-

Newcastle and Raymond Terrace

277

310

378

446

-

Newman

356

-

-

-

-

Nhulunbuy

341

399

454

-

-

Nowra

266

284

312

352

-

Orange

239

262

284

-

-

Pearce

319

372

405

448

-

Perth

319

372

405

448

-

Port Augusta, Port Lincoln and Port Wakefield

253

289

317

-

-

Port Hedland

545

592

661

-

-

Port Macquarie, Old Bar and Taree

231

276

317

344

-

Queenscliff

231

262

289

317

-

Richmond

330

369

416

474