Home and Contents Insurance Package
Bring your home and contents insurance together and only pay one excess – the highest applicable excess - when you claim on multiple policies for one event.*
*If you claim under more than one policy with us for loss caused by a single event at the same location, you will only pay the excesses that are payable under one policy. An excess applies to each address listed on your policy schedule where there is loss or damage.
Cover for the unexpected
We'll help you recover from natural disasters and other damage to your home and contents.
We'll help get you back on your feet
In the event your home is damaged or destroyed by natural disaster we will repair, rebuild or pay you up to the total sum insured. If your home is damaged in any other event, you may receive more than the sum insured under our .
We will pay reasonable costs up to $20,000 for for you, your family and your pets.
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Excess-free glass cover
This means you won't need to pay an excess if your claim is only for glass damage to your windows, doors, or built-in furniture.
$100 excess on eyewear
Reduce your to $100 for claims on spectacles, sunglasses and contact lenses.
Hearing aid cover
This means you won't need to pay an excess if your claim is just for your hearing aids.
This page contains a summary of key benefits. Excesses, terms, conditions, limits and exclusions apply to these policies. Please read the policy document for full details of cover. The provision of cover is subject to the underwriting criteria that apply at the time.
Home and Contents benefits
Core insurance protection
Peace of mind
Going the extra mile
Away from home
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If you have been in an accident
First, make sure that everyone is safe and out of danger - call an ambulance, the police or other emergency services departments if necessary.
What to do at claim time
Make sure your home is safe and secure
If your home has been damaged, make sure everyone involved is safe and, if you need to, call emergency services. For example, if there has been a theft, burglary or vandalism, or an attempt at these, call the police immediately. Once it's safe to do so, you should make sure your home is secure.
We'll get you sorted
A Customer Manager will keep you fully informed about your claim's progress. They will process your claim as quickly as possible, so that you can get back to normal.
Things to keep in mind
Proof of purchase
If you need to make a claim on your contents, receipts and valuations are a good way to show what you are claiming on. If you don't have a receipt of valuation, you can also use photos, financial statements or records kept by the shop where you purchased the item.
If your home is uninhabitable
If you can't live in your damaged home while it is being repaired or rebuilt, we'll cover the reasonable cost for for you and your family as part of your claim.
Gradual damage is deterioration to property caused over time. As our policies are designed to cover sudden and unforeseen damage, we don't cover damages such as wear and tear, corrosion, mould, gradual deterioration, or depreciation of your contents. Limited cover is provided for hidden water damage.
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We put our customers' needs first and pride ourselves on working with them to help eliminate stress and uncertainty.
That's why when Clarissa rang us after a car crashed into her house, we responded quickly and made sure her family was safe.