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Parking Infringements and Appeals

Parking infringements are issued to drivers who do not adhere to the City’s Parking and Parking Facilities Local Law. 

Parking Infringements

You must pay or appeal your infringement within 28 days of the date of issue. After this, a Final Demand Notice will be sent to you with added costs. This gives you an extra 28 days to pay the infringement notice.

If payment is not received in the next 28 days, your infringement notice becomes registered at the Fines Enforcement Registry. This carries further costs and may affect licenses held in your name.

Full payment of the penalty amount is to be paid by the due date. Part payments are not accepted.

Paying your Infringement

Pay by phone 

Credit Card payments (VISA or MasterCard) can be made over the phone by calling customer service on 1300 207 8111.

Please note:

  • Limit of payment: $5 minimum and $10,000 maximum
  • A surcharge of 0.4% (inclusive of GST) applies to all credit card payments. 
Pay online 

Pay your infringements online at our NAB Secure Bill Payment webpage. This is an encrypted service, enabled by the National Australian Bank.

To make a payment you will need your:

  • Infringement number (found on your Infringement Notice)
  • Credit card details (VISA or MasterCard).

Please note:

  • Limit of payment is a $5 minimum and a $10,000 maximum
  • A surcharge of 0.4% (inclusive of GST) applies to all credit card payments.
Pay by mail 

Please return a copy of your infringement with a cheque or money order made out to the City of Bayswater and post to:

The City of Bayswater
PO Box 467, Morley WA  6943.

Pay in person 

Payment can be made in person by cash, cheque, money order, debit card, Visa or MasterCard.

Present the infringement notice to the cashier at one of the following locations:

Customer Service CentreAddressOpening Hours
City of Bayswater Civic Centre61 Broun Avenue, MorleyMon-Fri 8:30am to 4:30pm
Maylands Library at The Rise28 Eighth Avenue, Maylands Mon-Fri 10:00am to 2:00pm
Sat 9:00am to 11:00am

Please note, if your infringement is not paid by the due date, a late fee will apply. If your infringement remains unpaid, the infringement will be forwarded to the Fines Enforcement Registry, which involves further costs and may affect licenses held in your name.

The maximum payment accepted by credit card in one transaction is $10,000.

Appeal a parking infringement

If you wish to appeal a parking infringement, you will need to submit a completed Parking Appeal Form to the City.

Parking Appeal Form

Parking Appeal forms can be:

  • emailed to mail@bayswater.wa.gov.au 
  • posted to the City of Bayswater, PO Box 467, Morley WA 6943.
  • handed in person to our Customer Service Centres.
Customer Service CentreAddressOpening Hours
City of Bayswater Civic Centre61 Broun Avenue, MorleyMon-Fri 8:30am to 4:30pm
Maylands Library at The Rise28 Eighth Avenue, Maylands Mon-Fri 10:00am to 2:00pm
Sat 9:00am to 11:00am

Appealable grounds the City will consider include:

  • Mechanical breakdowns (supported in writing by an independent motoring organisation or mechanical repair business)
  • Medical reasons causing the driver to park in an emergency (supporting evidence to be supplied)
  • Parking in a permit area, for example ACROD, and failed to display their permit. (Permit to be supplied with appeal form)
  • Special Circumstances, please provide information in writing with supporting evidence.

Please refer to the Parking Infringement Fact Sheet for non-appealable grounds and instructions.

Once an appeal has been submitted, the infringement will be placed on hold to prevent further charges being applied.  A letter of response advising the outcome of the appeal will be forwarded to you once the appeal process is complete.

If you were not the driver of the vehicle at the time the infringement was issued, you have 28 days to nominate the person driving the vehicle by completing a statutory declaration detailing the drivers full name and current address. The statutory declaration must be witnessed by an authorised person or Justice of the Peace.

In the absence of proof, you will be deemed to have committed the offence and be responsible for the payment of the infringement.

Infringement Appeal heard in Court

You may choose to have the alleged offence heard and determined by a Court, by posting an application to:

The Chief Executive Officer,
City of Bayswater
PO Box 467, Morley WA 6943.

On receipt of this application, the City will make all necessary arrangements for the matter to be heard in the Magistrates Court.

Please be aware if the matter is heard in court, a prosecution notice may be issued without prior or further advice. 

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