Fines and fees

Fines

Authority to act

To authorise another person to act on your behalf, please complete the authority to act form:


Company eNominations

You can register for Company eNominations to view your fines and advise who was driving your company's vehicles. Read more


myPenalty

You can use myPenalty to pay your fine, name the person responsible, view your speeding ticket and more. Read more

Request for review

You can request a review of your penalty or reminder notice based on specific circumstances. Read more

Go to court

To have your penalty decided in your court, please complete the go to court form below. Read more


Fines enquiry

If you have an enquiry about your penalty, please complete the following:

Overdue fines

Annulment questionnaire and application

You can assess whether you are eligible to take a fine to court after the due date has passed on the penalty reminder notice by completing:


Feedback about the WDO scheme

You can provide feedback about the Work and Development Order scheme by completing:


myEnforcement Order

myEnforcement Order allows you to make a credit card payment, set up a payment plan, check your balance and more. Read more


Overdue fine enquiry

If you have an enquiry about your overdue fine, please complete the following:

Overdue ambulance fees

myFees

You can use myFees to make a payment or check the balance of your unpaid Ambulance fees.

Enforcement action

Employer garnishee orders

If you are an employer and have received a garnishee order from Revenue NSW, you can provide your response through the Employer Garnishee Order Self Service portal. Read more

Business partners and sponsors

Advocacy groups

If you are an advocate acting on behalf of a vulnerable client, you can register with us and work with us to help them. Read more

Once you have registered to be an advocate, you can submit any enquiries online using the:

To order easy to understand brochures which outline the options available to fine recipients, please complete the:


Commercial clients

Commercial clients can download reporting and fixed penalty handbooks, order stationery and register for SEINS online training courses using the:


Work and development order sponsors

Sponsor organisations and health practitioners can submit an application, vary an existing WDO and report on the client activity hours completed using the WDO Self Service Portal:

Apply to become an approved organisation or health practitioner.

Last updated: 30 July 2017