The following tips may assist you in avoiding a parking infringement:
Parking infringements can be paid online or at the Student Services Centre.
If a parking fine remains unpaid, it will be escalated to the courts through the fines Enforcement Registry. This may result in the suspension of your Motor Vehicle Drivers Licence and court action. Students and staff are strongly urged to pay outstanding fines to avoid escalation.
Please note: Cash payments are no longer accepted by the university.
Appeals against parking infringements must lodged with Security and Traffic Services within 14 days from the date of the infringement issued. Verbal appeals cannot be accepted. Applicants may ultimately elect to have their case heard by a Magistrate rather than processed by the Fines Enforcement Registry.
Appeals may be lodged online through our secure Appeal a Parking Penalty form.
The main points of the Lands and Traffic by-laws are:
The University accepts no responsibility for the loss of or damage to vehicles on University grounds, nor for loss or damage to a vehicle’s accessories or contents.
The University is authorised to impose penalties in respect of breaches of the Lands and Traffic By-Laws. The maximum penalty is $250 but offenders are initially given the opportunity to pay a modified penalty of $25.00 or $60.00 depending on the nature of the infringement. The University engages the services of the Fines Enforcement Registry to collect penalties in default and is authorised to charge additional fees for administration and legal costs.
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