Parking infringements

Infringement notices (parking fines) are issued when a vehicle is parked in contravention to parking restrictions. A parking ticket can be handed to you, left on your car's windscreen or be sent to you in the mail.

How do I pay my parking infringements? 

 Pay your infringement

You can also pay by:

  • Phone - 08 9311 8111
  • In person – to the cashier at the administration building, 99 Shepperton Road, Victoria Park.
  • Post – (cheque or money order) made payable to the 'Town of Victoria Park' and mailed to the Chief Executive Officer, Locked Bag 437, Victoria Park WA 6979.

What happens if I don't pay the fine? 

You have 28 days to pay your fine. If you don't pay the infringement notice or contact us within 28 days then further action may be taken.

This may include additional costs, enforcement or legal action.

How do I appeal my parking fine?

Before appealing a parking fine, you should view the photos taken of your parking infringement.

You will need to provide the infringement number and vehicle registration number to view the photos.

 View infringement photos and details

You can request an internal review for your fine. Select the link below to find out more about how to appeal a parking fine.

Appeal a parking infringement

How do I nominate another person as the driver?

When you are not the driver and did not commit the offence, you can nominate another person.

 Nominate another driver

Why do you have parking regulations?

Parking regulations are designed to maintain safety and ensure shared access to parking spaces in areas where there is high demand.

All licensed motor vehicle drivers are expected to know the road rules that apply on Western Australian roads and in carparks. Parking fines or infringements are issued to owners of vehicles that do not adhere to parking restrictions.

Body-worn cameras

Our Parking and Ranger officers will now be wearing body-worn cameras. The camera is attached to the officer’s uniform and is clearly visible to everyone.

Body-worn cameras are another tool we can use to improve community trust, accountability and transparency.  Footage from the cameras may assist with prosecution cases or when reviewing a community members complaint against an officer.  The body worn cameras will also provide additional safety for our officers.

If you believe one of our officers has inappropriately used a body-worn camera or acted in contrary to the Town's values, you can contact the Coordinator of Parking and Ranger Services on 08 9311 8111 or email

More information

Call us on 08 9311 8111 or email