Food business registration fees

Fees for registering or renewing depend on the risk classification of your food business.

You need to pay a registration fee for each premises where your food business operates. This does not include the different locations of mobile food premises.

Fees are set in revenue units, which change every year in line with the consumer price index (CPI).

Fees: new food business registration

Risk classificationFee
Priority 1180 revenue units - $217
Priority 290 revenue units - $108
Priority 345 revenue units - $54
Priority 4No fee required

Fees: renewal of registration

The fee to renew your food business in 2020 will be 35 revenue units or $42. This fee is subject to change.

Starting in 2021 the below renewal fees will apply.

Risk classificationFee starting 1 January 2021
Priority 1145 revenue units - $175
Priority 270 revenue units - $84
Priority 335 revenue units - $42
Priority 4No fee required

Fees: variation of registration conditions

Risk classificationFee
Priority 190 revenue units - $108
Priority 245 revenue units - $54
Priority 322 revenue units - $26
Priority 4No fee required

How to pay

You can pay your fee when you register or renew your food business online.

You can also pay your fee to the Receiver of Territory Monies (RTM).

Last updated: 22 September 2020

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