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Free financial and legal advice
If you're experiencing financial difficulty and stress, we can refer you to free financial and legal services available to support you with advice.
Support for First Nations Peoples
We provide culturally safe services to support First Nations Peoples to get back on track with debt. Call our dedicated team today.
Authorise someone to act on your behalf
You can nominate someone else to manage your fines and fees on your behalf.
Community outreach services
Our community outreach team are working with communities to reduce debt. Find out about our initiatives.
Difficulty paying your fine
If you have received a fine or overdue fine notice and are having difficulty paying, there are options available to help you.
Difficulty paying your fee
If you are having difficulty paying your NSW Ambulance or other government service fee, we have options available to help you.
Work and Development Orders
You may be eligible to reduce your fine by up to $1,000 a month by doing unpaid work, courses, counselling or treatment programs.
Community Action Plans
We've launched a Community Action Plan toolkit to help you design a coordinated approach to tackling fines debt in your community.
Download the Community Action Plan template and view the latest fines data in your community.
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.
Call Revenue NSW Monday to Friday between 7am to 7pm:
- Fines: 1300 138 118
- Overdue fines or fees: 1300 655 805
- Work and Development Orders (8.30am to 5pm): 1300 478 879
Or log in to the relevant online portal:
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