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Our energy comparison tools, guides and savings tips exist for one reason, to help you save money on your gas bills.
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See available gas plans ranked by cost and compare deals side by side.
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Gas prices in NSW are on the rise and if you’ve got gas heating, hot water or other appliances that work on gas, it is worth comparing gas companies to see whether you could save by switching.
In New South Wales, you’re not limited to your existing gas provider, you can choose who you connect with. It can be the same company that offers your electricity service or it could be a completely separate provider. Mozo can help you to compare gas deals in your area.
If you are after deals for power, head over to our NSW electricity hub.
Gas is available throughout New South Wales. If you want to connect gas to your property you can find out if it is available in your street by visiting the Australian Gas Network website.
If you already have a gas connection and you’re wondering which gas providers offer services in your area, you can use the Mozo gas comparison tool at the top of this page to find a range of available providers in your postcode.
The choice of gas provider will depend on where you live as different providers service different areas. Mozo compares a range energy providers that offer gas services in NSW including:
While we do not compare every single plan on the market, we certainly compare a wide selection of the plans that are available if you sign up as a new customer.
If you want to read customer reviews for NSW gas providers head on over to our gas reviews section where real customers have rated their gas provider on everything from price, customer service through to trust.
The cost of your gas service will depend on where you live and how much gas you consume.
Every gas bill in NSW will have:
To get an estimate of the cost of gas for your home, plug in your postcode into the comparison tool on this page.
In addition to the tariffs and supply charges there are other considerations when choosing a new gas plan.
Look out for:
In New South Wales, there are a number of energy providers that offer both gas and electricity services and will give you a discount for dual fuel plans. While this can be a convenient option as you only have to deal with the one supplier, it may not necessarily be your cheapest option. Be sure to compare dual fuel plans as well as single service plans if price is a major factor in your decision making.
You can reduce your gas bill by using less gas or switching gas plans. Chances are that if you’ve been on the same gas plan for more than 12 months, there is a newer plan in the market which could help you to save money. Mozo’s price comparison tool is free to use so why not try it now and see how much you can save?
If you are looking for ways to lower your gas usage, check out our energy savings tips hub for ideas.
It will depend on where you live in NSW and when your last meter read was. The switching process will take place on your next meter read. You can sign up for your new service now, but you may not receive your first bill from your new provider for several months after you switch.
Moving house? You can usually get a new gas account and service set up within a few days.
If you are on an open contract with your current gas supplier you will not have to pay anything to switch. Some fixed rate gas plans in NSW will have exit fees if you switch before the end of the contract. Call your current provider to see if you will need to pay any exit fees before switching.
For anyone moving house or renting a new property, you may be required to pay a connection fee at your new address. Generally this is not an upfront cost, it will be added to your first gas bill.
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