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Key info

  • If you receive an infringement notice or a court fine, you must make a payment to the Monetary Penalties Enforcement Service (MPES) within 28 days.
  • If you are unable to pay by the due date, you can apply to the MPES to pay in instalments. Call MPES on 1300 366 776 to discuss a payment plan.
  • If you are unable to pay and owe a large amount, you must submit a variation of payment conditions form and provide extra documents such as bank statements, tax returns and proof of income.
    Get startedbutton_linkPay an infringement notice or court fine onlineTasmanian Government - Department of Justice Logo

    About paying an infringement notice or court fine

    Within 28 days of the issue date on the notice, you must:

    If you do nothing, you will be issued with an enforcement order.

    If you receive an enforcement order you have 14 days to pay your penalty and the enforcement order fee before enforcement sanctions or warrants are imposed.

    Payment in full at any time will stop enforcement action.

    If you wish to dispute an infringement notice or fine, you must contact the agency that issued it. MPES only collects payment on behalf of agencies and will not be able to help you with a dispute.

    How to pay

    OnlineService CentrePhonePost
    Or via BPAY
    (Biller Code:
    Find your nearest Service Centre1300 366 772MPES
    GPO Box 995
    Hobart, Tasmania, 7001

    What you need to pay

    If you are paying online or over the phone, you need:

    • your infringement or account number, and
    • payment.

    If you are paying at a service centre you need:

    • your infringement or account number, or
    • the account holder's name and date of birth or address, and
    • payment.

    If you are paying by post, you must provide your:

    • full name
    • date of birth
    • address
    • infringement or account number
    • payment.

      Can I pay?

      You must pay any infringement notice or court fine.

      Proving your identity

      You do not need to prove your identity.

      How much it costs

      If you don't respond to the infringement notice within 28 days you may have to pay additional fees.

      Type of additional feeDescriptionCost

      Enforcement order

      Fee added if you have not paid within 28 days


      Enforcement sanction

      Driver licence suspension or ineligibility


      Vehicle registration suspension


      Publish your details on the MPES website


      Enforcement warrant

      Impose a charge on any land you have an interest in


      Seize and sell your property


      Redirect money that belongs to you


      Fees and charges last updated 1 July, 2022.

      Payment options

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      More Information

      Please visit the Monetary Penalties Enforcement Service for more information on paying an infringement notice or court fine.