View a camera image of your offence
If you’re named on a fine or overdue notice, you can view the digital image of your offence online taken by a speed, red-light or bus lane camera.
View the image now
You can view the camera image/s of your offence online. You'll need to enter your fine notice number.
Please note this website may contain names and images of deceased people.
Other ways to view
You can ask for a copy of the image to be sent to you by calling us on 1300 138 118 or sending us a request in writing to:
Revenue NSW Photo Requests
PO Box 786
Strawberry Hills NSW 2012
You must be the person named on the fine notice and you’ll need to provide some proof of identification such as your address, date of birth or driver’s licence number.
For fines issued to companies
View a camera image for a fine issued to a company
What information is captured
Cameras are designed to capture the following information about the vehicle and offence:
- the vehicle’s model
- number plate
- the lane the vehicle is in.
The image may not include a clear picture of the driver.
Did you know?
Speeding is the number one killer on NSW roads. Speed cameras save lives and help keep us safe. Learn more about the NSW Government's Towards Zero initiative.
Types of speed cameras
There are several types of cameras that may capture a speeding offence. If an offence is detected, a digital image of the vehicle is recorded. Find out how the different cameras work:
|Camera type||How it works|
|Fixed speed camera||Fixed speed cameras are used in high-risk locations such as tunnels or in areas with a history of severe crashes. They are also used in school zones. They detect the speed of a vehicle by using approved electronic sensors embedded in the road surface.|
|Mobile speed camera||Mobile speed cameras work like fixed speed cameras, however they are moved to different locations in a vehicle.|
|Red-light speed camera||Red-light speed cameras deter crashes occurring at intersections, which are often more severe for divers, passengers and pedestrians. They detect the speed of vehicles by using detectors embedded into the road surface or radar technology. They also detect vehicles traveling over the stop line or entering the intersection after the light has turned red.|
|Safe-T-Cams||Safe-T-Cams monitor heavy vehicle fatigue, registration and safety station entry.|
|T-way lane cameras||T-way lanes are installed beside the lane and record three images of any unauthorised vehicle using a T-way lane.|
|Bus lane camera||Bus lane cameras detect unauthorised vehicles in a bus zone, by using two cameras to read number plates.|
Transport for NSW has more information on fixed, mobile and red-light speed cameras, speed limits and camera locations.
Got a question or need help?
Call Revenue NSW Monday to Friday between 7am to 7pm:
- Fines: 1300 138 118
- Overdue fines: 1300 655 805
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