How pricing works
The NDIA is committed to delivering a financially sustainable NDIS. The NDIA sets the price for some supports to make sure they are value for money.
Changes to price limits are updated to respond to market trends and changes in costs.
Each price limit list includes the publication date to help providers ensure they are using the most up to date pricing information.
Not all NDIS support items have price limits, and the price guide doesn’t list all supports. The price guide lists the supports that have maximum prices, and sets out other rules that are part of NDIA's market intervention approach. You can find disability supports, recognised by the NDIS, on the support catalogue list.
Price guide for NDIS providers – as of 1 February 2019
The price guide effective 1 February 2019 is now in place. It is designed to:
- help providers move to the market based environment of the NDIS
- provide incentives for providers to develop new and innovative services and products.
- improve choice for participants
The major change to the price guide, effective 1 February 2019, is the introduction of new price controls for providers delivering assistance with self-care activities (one-to-one) and assistance to access community, social and recreational activities (one-to-one).
Price guides and related resources
Support Catalogue (CSV files)
- 2018-19 price guide (NSW/Vic/Qld/Tas (CSV 172KB)
- 2018-19 price guide (WA/SA/ACT/NT) (CSV 172KB)
- 2018-19 remote price guide (CSV 172KB)
- 2018-19 very remote price guide (CSV 172KB)
Please direct queries to your local NDIA Provider Engagement team or email the NDIA provider support team: email@example.com.