Pay your fine
To make a payment with Fines Victoria, enter your fine's Obligation number, Payment Reference number or Payment Arrangement number. This number is printed on your fine or letter.Other ways to pay
To make a payment with Fines Victoria, you will need your fine's Obligation number, Payment Reference number or Payment Arrangement number. This number is printed on your fine or letter.
If your fine does not have an obligation number
If your fine is registered with Fines Victoria but it was handwritten or issued without an obligation number, and you would like to pay it on this website or by BPAY, call Fines Victoria on 03 9200 8111. Once the fine has been entered into our systems (allow 2 business days), we should be able to give you the obligation number.
Always check the payment instructions on your fine before you pay. For some fines, payment must be made to the enforcement agency that issued it – not to Fines Victoria.
If your fine is for a traffic camera offence and you were not driving, you should tell us who was driving. You need to do this quickly – for some fines, you need to do this within 28 days. We will then re-issue the fine, with a new due date, to the correct driver.
Biller Code: 49031
Ref: Obligation Number
(located in the top-right corner on the front of the notice you wish to pay).
Send your cheque or money order (do not send cash) along with the payment slip to:
GPO Box 2041
Melbourne VIC 3001
Note: A receipt will not be issued for payments made by post.
Call 1300 735 124 and quote the reference number on your notice.
You can pay with either Visa or MasterCard.
Present your Infringement Notice, Penalty Reminder Notice or Notice of Final Demand before the due date at any Australia Post Office.
You can also visit us at:
277 William Street
(near corner of Little Lonsdale Street)
Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm
(except public holidays)
If you're having problems paying your fine, there are options available.
You can ask to pay your fine by instalments, including deducting from Centrelink payments. You can also ask for more time to pay. If you believe there is a valid reason why you should not have to pay the fine, you may be able to request a review or dispute your fine in court.
There are also special circumstances, family violence, work and development permit and time served schemes available to those who are eligible.
If someone else was driving your vehicle, you should nominate them so we can re-issue the fine to them. You need to do this quickly - for some fines, you must nominate the correct driver within 28 days.
Further support may be available if you need legal and financial assistance. Translated information about the fines system is also available in 15 languages.
Remember that when a fine is issued to you, you must do something about it. If you do nothing, the fine will continue to increase, and an Enforcement Warrant may be issued.