How pricing works
The NDIA sets the price for some supports to make sure they provide value for money for participants.
Changes to prices are updated to respond to market trends and changes in costs and are generally identified through an Annual Price Review. The Annual Price Review is undertaken by the NDIA in the lead up to new financial year, with any new prices outlined in an updated price guide, effective 1 July each year.
The Annual Price Review cycle to determine 2019‒20 prices is underway and this year will incorporate outcomes from the Therapy Review and recommendations from the WA Market Review.
Refer to the Annual Price Review page for the latest updates, including some early pricing announcements, for further information.
For current prices until 1 July 2019, refer below.
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)