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Cover for your contents

Home Contents Insurance provides you with new for old replacement for items such as:

  • Furniture, furnishings, carpets and rugs
  • Electrical items 
  • Home theatre equipment 
  • Clothes and shoes
  • Bedding, towels and other manchester
  • Toys and sporting equipment
  • Handyman tools 
  • Gardening equipment 

See more in the comparison table


Calculate the current value of your contents

Home Contents Value Calculator


Optional cover

You can add options to your policy to increase your Home Contents Insurance cover.

  • Portable Contents cover for items you take when you leave your home, e.g. jewellery, a laptop or luggage
  • Fusion - burn out of electric motors that are part of your General Contents, e.g. the motor in your fridge - includes service call, parts and labour costs
  • Accidental Damage to your contents
  • Pet lover's pack covers up to $2,000 for vet costs if your cat or dog gets hurt in an accident


Home Plus, our highest level of cover

NRMA Home Plus Insurance provides all the features and benefits of our Home Contents Insurance, with additional cover to give you peace of mind.

Home Plus offers the following cover:

  • Up to 25% safety net on top of the general contents sum insured for extra costs to replace your contents if you need it
  • Automatic cover for accidental damage and burn out of electric motors (fusion)
  • Identity theft up to $5,000
  • Credit card theft up to $5,000
  • Temporary accommodation for up to 2 years

To choose Home Plus simply complete a standard Home Insurance quote and then select the 'Upgrade to Plus cover' option.


Important documents

Download the Product Disclosure Statement (PDS) and policy booklet 

Download the Premium Excess and Discount Guide (PED)


Please read our Home Key Facts Sheets (KFSs) which set out some of the events/risks covered and not covered by our home policies and other information you should consider. These sheets do not provide a complete statement of the cover offered, exclusions, conditions and limits that apply under the policies. You should carefully read the Product Disclosure Statement (PDS) and all policy documentation for more details.