Fines and Fees

Pay now or learn about your options.

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Did you receive a letter about a fine Court Attendance Notice served by email between February and April? Find out more about this issue. 

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Pay your fine now or request a review, nominate someone else, view a camera image or apply to go to court.

If you can't pay, you can set up a payment plan or check your eligibility for a fine reduction, write-off or Work and Development Order (WDO).


Pay your fees for NSW Ambulance, icare, Water NSW, TAFE NSW, local councils and more, or apply for an exemption or review. 

Having difficulty paying? See what options are available for you.

Advocates and Sponsors

Information for organisations helping people manage their debt.

Support and community services

Need help to manage your debt? We can refer you to free financial and legal advice. Learn about our First Nations and community outreach services.

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Having difficulty paying your fine?

We have options to help you manage your fine:

You may be eligible to:

Support for First Nations Peoples

Our dedicated Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander Support Officers in the First Nations team are here to help. We provide culturally safe services and support to help First Nations Peoples manage their fines. Contact us today.

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Funding the future of NSW

Funds that Revenue NSW collects from fines and fees goes back to the NSW community and funds essential services such as healthcare, education, transport, policing and infrastructure.

Learn about Revenue NSW

Contact us

Call Revenue NSW Monday to Friday between 7am to 7pm:

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