Woolworths Landlords Insurance

Like any investment, your rental property needs to be protected. If tenants do damage or leave without paying their rent, you can be left out of pocket. Landlords Insurance gives you the reassurance that your property is covered against malicious damage, loss of earnings, as well as storms and fire.

Why choose Woolworths Landlords Insurance

  • Choose your excess to adjust the cost of your premium
  • 24 hours emergency claims line
  • Coverage for a wide range of natural disasters and other events
  • Theft or malicious damage to your property and its contents (such as carpets and furniture), including vandalism – helping to cover you for the worst of tenants
  • Cover for damage due to impact, whether it’s a fallen tree or a car crashing into your house
  • Cover for damage caused by bursting, leaking or overflow of water

Get a quote today and you could save up to 15% when you purchase a combined Building and Contents policy.

Additional Benefits

  • Cover for malicious acts and theft by tenants
  • Removal of debris and trees
  • Loss of rent following damage
  • Outdoor contents at your home
  • Cover for strata title property

Optional Benefits

  • Cover for Motor Burnout to protect you from fusion of motors - such as automated garage doors
  • Rent Default and Legal Expenses to cover you when your tenant doesn’t pay or you need to take them to court
Contact us

If you need more information or have any questions please call 1300 10 1234 between 8am-8pm (AEST/AEDT) Monday to Friday and 9am-5pm (AEST/AEDT) Saturday and Sunday (except public holidays).

≈ Up to 15% discount consists of 2 parts: 10% discount is for policies purchased online, applies for the first year only and 5% discount when you combine Landlords Building & Contents policies; applies for the life of the combined policy. Minimum premiums and standard underwriting criteria apply. Not to be used in conjunction with any other offer. Applies to new policies only.

Benefits are subject to the terms and conditions including the limits and exclusions of the insurance policy. Any advice provided is general only and may not be right for you. Consider the Product Disclosure Statement to decide if the product is right for you.