Information about the maximum tariffs that can be charged in embedded networks.
Embedded network tariffs including caravan parks
Current maximum embedded network pricing
The General Exemption Order, which outlines embedded network rules, includes rules about the maximum pricing that an embedded network can charge a customer.
Maximum prices from 1 September 2020
Victorian Default Offer prices are now the new maximum price for all households and most businesses in embedded networks.
This change followed a review of the maximum prices embedded networks and other exempt sellers may charge.
Long-term or permanent residents (and those with permanent sites) should discuss with their caravan park or site management whether charging to the maximum level is appropriate for their circumstances. There is no requirement to charge at the maximum level in all circumstances. Caravan park residents covered by the Residential Tenancies Act 1997 have protections relating to pricing, including eligibility for concessions.