Reusable nappies, sanitary and incontinence products rebate

This rebate program has received a huge response and is currently on pause whilst we process outstanding rebate requests.

Reusable nappies, sanitary products and incontinence underwear are a great way to avoid single-use items and reduce waste to landfill.  Inner West Council is offering residents a rebate to support the switch and reduce the upfront cost of reusable products.

Inner West Council will provide a 50% rebate for reusable nappies (up to $150 per household) and for sanitary or incontinence products (up to $100 per household) purchased after 1 July 2023.


Rebate conditions

  • You must be a current resident of Inner West Council, proof of residence required
  • Rebate of up to 50% of the product value with proof of purchase excluding any postage costs for eligible products
  • Maximum rebate per household is capped at $150 for nappies and $100 for sanitary or incontinence products. Households can claim all three rebate categories. 
  • Rebate funding is limited and once exhausted, the rebate will stop for this financial year

Eligible products for the rebate

  • Reusable nappies and associated accessories including cloth and swim nappies, toddler night training pants, reusable inner liner for nappies, reusable wipes, wet bags, reusable nursing breast pads
  • Reusable sanitary products including leak proof underwear, reusable sanitary pads, sanitary cups /discs and wet bags
  • Reusable incontinence products include washable incontinence underwear and waterproof cotton pads
  • Receipts and proof of purchase need to be provided.

Further information 

If you have any questions about the reusable sanitary product rebate trial please email

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Page last updated: 03 May 2024