- 35% discount on gas usage charges for 2 years
- Highly commended for gas in WA in Finder's 2023 Customer Satisfaction Awards
- Local customer support
- Option to earn 1 Flybuys point per $1 spent
- No mobile app for plan management
We've included plans from various gas providers in WA to help you find the best option for your household.The annual estimated gas prices are based on a residential customer on the ATCO network who consumes 4015MJ yearly on a single rate tariff. Your actual bill may vary depending on your consumption.
The 3 cheapest gas plans available in Western Australia are from:
If you'd like to receive a more accurate estimate of your gas bills based on your own circumstances, use our comparison tool and input your energy usage and postcode.
As of November 2023, the best gas provider in WA is Alinta Energy
In addition the gas provider does not charge you any credit card or moving-in fees and will offer discounts via to other retailers including HOYTS, Myer and Woolies via its reward shop.
We considered all of these factors to give individual gas providers in WA a value score, with Alinta Energy taking top spot in our rankings.
Due to the way energy is regulated in Western Australia, most residents aren't able to choose their electricity retailer. Synergy services Perth and parts of the south-east region while Horizon Power operates in the rest of the state.
However, you might be able to choose from 1 of 3 basic tariff types available:
There's also some notable exceptions.
You might be able to switch to regional QLD power or Northern Territory market (although they only have one retailer for electricity and gas), but where you are located will be the determining factor in this.
In the southeast of the state, you'll be serviced by Synergy.
You can choose between 3 tariff types:
In regional WA your electricity provider is Horizon Power. You can choose between the following 3 plans:
If you're a resident in Western Australia, you do not have a choice in energy suppliers, meaning you will have to use Synergy.
This is because the state isn't connected to the national energy market.
Instead, Western Australia is a unique market that has its own electricity market, with its own regulations and 2 networks. These are broken down into the South West Interconnected System (SWIS) covering Albany to Kalgoorlie and a second network which is anything outside of the SWIS network.
These are further broken down into a number of regions including:
While the vast majority of the state uses the Synergy network, there is one notable exception.
If you're a large enough business you will be able to negotiate with various suppliers.
This is based off two criteria:
This is due to counting as contestable customers, which are available to negotiate with various providers.
Western Australians can access a range of rebates or concessions to help manage the cost of their energy bills.
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