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Canberra Connect is your Australian Capital Territory Government gateway to online services - what they are, how much they cost and how to pay. Make online payments, request an ACT government service, book or hire an ACT government facility.
View a selection of WA government websites where you can pay bills over the internet and select, order or pay for products or services online.
Victorian Government page about fines. Pay an infringement notice, view outstanding fines, learn about what happens if you ignore a fine.
Pay your Northern Territory fines online, by deduction, by phone or in person. Fines can be paid at the Fines Recovery Unit, any Court House in the Northern Territory, all remote police stations in the Northern Territory and all Australian Post Offices.
If you have received an infringement notice or court fine from the Tasmanian Government, don't ignore it. Pay it now, don't let it cost you more.
Choose from a range of payment options including online; phone/fax; in person; mail; and direct debit to pay your infringements and court fines. You will need a reference number to make a payment.
Find information about demerit points, suspensions, restrictions and options for payment.
If you commit a traffic offence in South Australia, you may be issued with an expiation notice and have to pay a fine. Fines can be paid online; at your local SA court or Service SA customer centre; or by phone.
You have 28 days from the issue date to pay your Queensland parking fine. Payment options include online, phone or by post.
Information about paying Australian Capital Territory traffic infringement notices.