Non-parking infringements

If you have received a local law, animal management, planning compliance or health services infringement, please visit our infringement information web page.

Pay or manage your parking fine

If you need to take action on your fine, please use our Parking Infringement Portal. Note: this is an external website and may require a new account if you are making a request, even if you have an existing My Port Phillip account.

Please note that it may take up to two business days for a new fine to appear online for payment or appeal. You can pay your fine immediately by visiting an Australia Post outlet and present your infringement notice. Find your nearest Australia Post Office.

To pay or manage your parking infringement notice, you can:

  • Pay your fine in full online, by post or in person at any Australia Post outlet
  • Request a part payment plan or an extension of time
  • Appeal the fine by submitting a request with supporting documents
  • Nominate another driver if you weren’t driving at the time of the offence
  • Request for the matter to be heard at court.

To avoid further enforcement action and costs, you need to take action by the due date provided on your infringement or penalty reminder notice.

The fastest way to take action on your fine is online via our parking infringement portal. Please ensure you have your infringement number and the date of offence handy. If you have lost the infringement, you can phone Port Phillip Parking Services on 9058 6611.

Pay online or ask for payment assistance

View photos of the offence, pay your fine in full, ask for extra time or request a payment plan.

Appeal your fine

Request a review of your infringement notice.

Nominate another driver

Tell us who was driving and we'll send them the fine.

Elect to go to Court

If you are the owner of the vehicle, or the nominated driver, you can elect to have the matter heard at the Melbourne Magistrates' Court.

Lost your fine?

If you have lost the notice, you can phone Port Phillip Parking Services on 03 9058 6611.

Pay a parking fine

You have until the due date on the infringement notice, appeal decision letter or penalty reminder notice to pay your parking fine before additional enforcement action and costs are applied. Find out how you can pay, ask for more time or apply for a payment plan.

Tell us who was driving (and we’ll send the fine to them)

If you are the registered owner but you were not driving when the vehicle was fined, tell us who was – complete our online nomination form via the infringement portal or send us a copy of the Parking Fine Nomination Statement (PDF 42KB) via post.

Don't agree with a parking fine?

If you disagree with a parking fine and feel there is a valid reason your fine should be withdrawn, you can ask for a review, you can register or sign into the infringement portal to:

  • check the photos (no account is required to access photos)
  • ask for a review
  • take the matter to court

For more information visit our Appeal a parking fine page.

What happens to overdue fines?

If you don’t pay or take action on your parking fine by the due date, it moves along to the next step and extra fees and penalties may be added.

Infringement notices have four key stages:

Disclosure of infringements for law admittance

Entering the bar for law and need a record of parking fines? Please email us with the following information:

  • Full name
  • Vehicle registration number
  • Years you owned the vehicle
  • Address - both past and present

If you were not the registered owner of the vehicle (where you were the driver only), please ensure you provide written authorisation/consent from the owner to obtain details on their behalf.

Who decides how much fines are?

Fines are set depending on the offence. Every year on 1 July, penalties are updated under the Monetary Units Act 2004 and are set by the Department of Treasury and Finance.

Please visit the Department of Justice and Community Safety for more information.

Contact us

If you would like to talk to someone, please phone 03 9058 6611 from Monday to Friday between 8 am to 6 pm. Please ensure you have your infringement number or vehicle registration number on hand.