E-bikes

Transform the way you commute. Save on the cost of leasing an e-bike that gets you to and from work

Less emissions and more savings!

E-stralian delivers e-bikes on a novated lease basis, which allows you to pay a lower upfront cost and still receive the full benefit of ownership.

Salary packaging your E-bike has benefits for both you and the environment

Cycle to work on your new salary packaged e-Bike

The health and environmental advantages of riding an e-bike to work make it worth the initial outlay. This is especially true if you salary package your bike. By doing so, you will save tax in addition to money previously spent on fuel, vehicle maintenance, and parking.

How to start packaging

E-stralian helps organise the novated lease of an e-bike. You will fill out and sign all necessary documentation, along with your employer and E-stralian.

We'll deduct your lease payment amounts pre-tax (less the GST) and pay these to E-stralian on a regular basis.

Once we've processed your application, we'll send you an email outlining all the details, including your first pre-tax deductions.

It’s easy to make a claim

You can submit your claims online through your SmartSalary account or the app.
Documents you need are:

A copy of the tax invoice with your name on it

Payment receipt which can be used as proof of payment

Am I eligible?

If salary packaging or salary sacrificing E-bikes interests you, you will need to check your eligibility. This is dependent on your employer's salary packaging policy and your employment status. Use our salary packaging calculator to see which benefits you can package and how much you can save.

 

FAQs

Can I use the bike outside of travel to and from work?
Do I need to keep a log book?
How long do I need to keep the logbook for?
Am I able to salary package maintenance and spare parts?
Am I locked in?

Learn more about salary packaging an e-bike

 

Disclaimers:
Important: This is general information only. Before entering into any salary packaging or novated leasing arrangement, you should consider your objectives, financial situation and needs, and, seek appropriate legal, financial or other professional advice based upon your own particular circumstances. The availability of benefits is determined by your employer. Conditions and fees apply.