Infringements

Infringement notices are issued in accordance with State Legislation. You can pay an infringement on the Pay a parking fine page or the Pay other fines page

Request for internal review

You can apply to Council to have the decision to issue the notice reviewed. Only one internal review may be considered:

  1. Download the Application for internal review in related information
  2. The completed application must be received by Council before the due date 
  3. Do not send the original infringement notice with the application
  4. Send to Nillumbik Shire Council, PO Box 476, Greensborough, Vic 3088
    or
    Email Nillumbik@nillumbik.vic.gov.au before the due date with your
    full name
    postal address and
    infringement number 

Payment plans

Email Nillumbik@nillumbik.vic.gov.au before the due date with your
full name
postal address and
infringement number 

or

Send a written application before the due date to
Nillumbik Shire Council
P.O. Box 476
Greensborough Vic 3088

Overdue fines

The following will happen:

Step 1 – Penalty Reminder Notice
If you do not respond or pay your fine before the specified due date, you will be sent a Penalty Reminder Notice. Additional costs will be incurred at this time.

Step 2 – Fines Victoria
If you do not respond to step 1, Council will lodge the matter with Fines Victoria. You will receive a Notice of Final demand with further incurred additional costs. 

Step 3 – Sheriff’s Warrant

If you don’t respond to the Notice of Final demand, an Enforcement warrant will be issued with further costs. If you still do not comply, another cost to execute the warrant will be added. A warrant gives the Sheriff power to demand payment of the fine and all costs, or to take your possessions as security. If you do not pay within seven (7) days, your possessions can be sold or you could be imprisoned.

You may elect to have the matter heard in an open court hearing at the Magistrates Court. Such a request must be received in writing.

The information contained on this page is intended as a general guide only. It is not intended to be, and should not be relied on as a substitute for professional legal advice.