Request a review
If you believe you have been unfairly issued with a fine or that there is a valid reason why your fine should be withdrawn, you may be able to request a review.Get Started Learn more
If you've received an Infringement Notice or Penalty Reminder Notice, you may be able to apply to have your fine reviewed by the agency that issued your fine. This type of review is called an Internal Review. You can only request one internal review per infringement notice.
See Request a review for more information on eligibility and how to apply.
If you did not deal with your fine, some time has passed and the fine has reached Notice of Final Demand stage, you may be able request a review – but some restrictions will apply. This type of review is called an Enforcement Review.
We can only accept your Enforcement Review application on certain grounds.
For more information on eligibility and how to apply, see Request a review and select the Notice of Final Demand or Enforcement Warrant tab.
If you have serious personal issues, disorders or difficulties, it may be possible to apply for a review of your fines under Special Circumstances.
Special circumstances are very specific. For more information, see Special circumstances.
The fastest way to request a review is to apply online. If you cannot apply for a review online, you'll need to request a review in writing and post it to us. This will take longer for us to process.
The application form you need to download will depend on what stage your fine is at. You can find this at the top of your fine.
If you need help, call us on (03) 9200 8111 (1300 369 819 regional callers).
Post your review application and any supporting documents to:
GPO Box 1916
Melbourne Vic 3001