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Pay registration by BPAY – phone and internet banking

Contact your bank or financial institution to make this payment from your cheque, savings, debit or transaction account.

When making a registration payment you must use the:

  • BPAY Biller Code
  • payment reference number
  • amount for the registration term required (eg. 6- or 12-months) on your current registration renewal notice.

Your payment reference number is to be used for this transaction only. This number will change each time your registration is due for renewal.

Incorrect details

To avoid using incorrect payment reference details for future payments, please do not save this payment reference number when paying your registration by BPAY.

Payments using incorrect payment reference details or amounts will be returned to your bank.

How long does a BPAY payment take

Your BPAY payment may take several days to process. To avoid a late payment fee check with your bank for how long this payment will take, to make sure your payment is received on or before your due date.

If your payment is received after the due date, your next registration renewal date may be adjusted to allow for the late payment fee.

It is important that your registration remains current as it is an offence to drive an unregistered vehicle.

Renewing heavy vehicle registration

Heavy vehicle registration renewals may need a certificate of inspection. Your renewal notice will show if this is needed. Some payment options cannot be used if an certificate of inspection is needed.

Check your rego

Check your vehicle's registration online using the registration number. You can use this service to see the expiry of your registration.

Registration concession

There are registration concessions available for eligible applicants.

Last updated
7 November 2017
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