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Geographical Zones

Five rating regions determine green slip prices

Geographical zone, like vehicle class, is an important factor in determining CTP greenslip prices.

Geographical zones or rating regions are allocated by State Insurance Regulatory Authority (SIRA). They are part of Premiums Determination issued by SIRA each year to the insurers. Insurers are required to set greenslip prices on the basis of rating regions set out in Motor Accident Guidelines.

NSW is divided into five rating regions in the Schedule of Premium Relativities for the purpose of setting greenslip prices. Five postcodes are split between two zones.

Information on vehicle classifications is also on this site.

The allocation of postcodes to zones is in the table below.

Zone Postcode    
Metropolitan 1001 to 2082
2084 to 2234
2555 to 2559
2561 to 2567
2745 to 2749
2751
2759 to 2770
   
Outer Metropolitan
2568 to 2574
2752
2754 to 2755
2757 to 2758
2773 to 2786
   
Newcastle and Central Coast 2250 to 2309
2314 to 2327
   
Wollongong 2500 to 2526
2530
   
Country 2311 to 2312
2328 to 2490
2527 to 2529
2532 to 2551
2575 to 2739
2787 to 2899
   
Split Postcode Normal Zone Exception Areas Zone for Exception Areas
2083 Metropolitan Mooney Mooney
Cheero Point
Bar Point
Milsons Passage
Cogra Bay
Newcastle & Central Coast
2560 Metropolitan Appin Outer Metropolitan
2750 Metropolitan Emu Plains (all suburbs)
Leonay
Outer Metropolitan
2753 Metropolitan
Bowen Mountain
Grose Vale
Grose Wold
Yarramundi
Yarramundi Falls
 Outer Metropolitan
2756
Metropolitan Colo (all suburbs)
Ebenezer
Freemans Reach
Glossodia
Lower Portland
Wilberforce (all suburbs)
Sackville
Outer Metropolitan

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