A guide to requesting a review of your penalty notice, what happens and your options.
Complete this form if you are an individual and need to nominate another driver for a fine.
Use this form set up a payment plan for your penalty notice or overdue fine.
Use this form when you apply as a company to pay your Revenue NSW debt in instalments.
This user guide aims to ensure that WDO sponsors are supported in their use of the WDO SSP.
If you represent a company, complete this form with the name and address of the person responsible for a fine.
Use this form if you receive government benefits and your fine is not overdue but you would like to pay by instalments.
Use this form to request copies of overdue fines or to ask for overdue fines to be put on hold while you are in custody.
Use this form when a person is claiming acute economic hardship. Include supporting documents and details that explain the situation of the applicant.
Complete this form to support a work and development order (WDO) application or as required when applying for a payment program under our financial hardship arrangements.
When completing this form you will need to confirm whether you received the original notice and explain your reason for appealing the additional enforcement costs.
Complete this form with the reason you believe you should not pay a fine for not attending jury service (jury duty). You must include supporting documents with the form.
Guidelines for the WDO scheme that enables eligible people experiencing significant hardship to reduce their fine debt through voluntary participation in unpaid work, courses, treatment, programs and other activities.
Guidelines for Revenue NSW to collect State debts. The Guidelines are intended to provide adequate protections to ensure the recovery process for State debts does not have a disproportionate impact on vulnerable persons or other persons.
You can submit an online request to go to court via myPenalty. Or, print and complete this form and send it to us. You can request a review of your penalty without going to court.
This Work and Development Order (WDO) annual report provides an overview of the WDO scheme for interested parties.
You can submit an online request to go to court via myPenalty. Or, print and complete this form for a company and send it to us. You can request a review of your penalty without going to court.
This is the first Work and Development Order (WDO) annual report. It is intended to provide an overview of the WDO scheme for interested parties.