Fines

How to pay

Payment must be made by the due date noted on the fine to avoid additional costs.

Pay online

(Visa or Mastercard only)

*BPoint will not recognise an infringement once the due date is lapsed.  Please call 1300 367 700 should you have any difficulties in making payment.

By Phone

Call 1300 276 468 to make a payment (Visa or Mastercard only)
Enter biller code: 3003626 and have the fine ready.

*BPoint will not recognise an infringement once the due date is lapsed.  Please call 1300 367 700 should you have any difficulties in making payment.

Pay in person

Present the fine at any of our service centres or libraries between the hours listed below:

Morwell
141 Commercial Road                 
Monday to Friday - 8:30am – 5:15pm

Morwell Library, Elgin St
Saturday - 9am to 12pm

Traralgon
34-38 Kay Street
Monday to Friday - 8:30am to 6pm
Saturday - 9am to 12pm
Sunday - 3pm to 6pm

Moe
1-29 George Street                
Monday to Friday - 8:30am – 6pm
Saturday - 9am to 12pm
Sunday - 10am to 2pm

Churchill
Phillip Parade                 
Monday, Wednesday and Friday - 8:30am to 4:30pm
Tuesday and Thursday - 10am to 6pm

Payment can be made by cash, cheque, EFTPOS or credit card.

By mail

Do not send cash.

Make cheque/money order payable to LATROBE CITY COUNCIL crossed “not negotiable”.
Mail the payment with the infringement notice to:
Latrobe City Council
PO Box 264
MORWELL VIC 3840
Payment plans

Payment plans

Payment plan applications(PDF, 32KB) must be made in writing. 

Internal review

To have your fine reviewed you must apply for an internal review in writing.

What if you were not responsible?

If you were not the person committing the offence and you have been served a fine you must nominate the person who did commit the offence.

Elect to go to court

To have a fine dealt with in court you must apply in writing before the due date for payment. Application for action by court(PDF, 21KB)

Please Note:Failure to take any action on an infringement will result in additional legal fees and the matter will be referred to Court resulting in possible conviction.

More information

Visit www.fines.vic.gov.au

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