To make access fairer to parking spaces in busy streets we limit the time you can park. To encourage you to meet those limits we will fine you if you park for longer than the time on the sign.

Our parking officers will often let you move your vehicle, rather than giving you a fine. But you need to move within a reasonable amount of time.

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.

Pay a parking fine

You have 28 days to pay your parking fine. 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 them the fine)

If you are the registered owner but you were not driving when the vehicle was fined, tell us who was – send us a Parking Fine Nomination Statement (PDF, 42 KB)

Don't agree with a parking fine?

If you don’t agree with a parking fine and want to contest it, you can:

More about how to appeal a parking fine

Lost your notice/fine

To pay a fine you need its unique notice number. If you lose the notice, email your name, the date you received the fine and your registration number to

Understand what happens to overdue fines

If you don’t pay your parking fine it moves along to the next step with extra fees and penalties added. Find out about overdue parking fines and your options at each stage of the infringements process.

Disclosure of infringements for law admittance

If you need a record of your past parking fines, please email with the following information:

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

Contact Us

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

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