Parking infringements

Drivers parking at the ANU must comply with the Parking & Traffic Statue in conjunction with the Australian Road Rules.

Parking regulations are approved by the University Council and ensure the campus is accessible for pedestrians, cyclists, motorcyclists and drivers. They help ensure:

  • better use of parking resources
  • improved traffic flow
  • safer conditions for driving and parking
  • passenger safety during set down and pick up
  • enhanced safety for pedestrians and cyclists

Parking regulations are enforced 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

2017 parking infringement penalties range from $108.00 to $241.00.

What to do if you receive an infringement notice

If you receive an infringement notice you have the following options:

  • Pay your infringement notice within 28 days
  • Apply for more time to pay your fine, or
  • Appeal your infringement notice - this must be done within 28 days of the infringement issue date.

Pay your infringement notice

Payment must made within 28 days from the date the infringement notice was issued using the Infringement payment form.

Payments can be made:

  • In person at the Parking Office, Anthony Low Building (124), Garran Road, The Australian National University, Canberra ACT 2601 
  • By phoning (02) 6125 0179 and providing your credit card number, expiry date and security code
  • Post a cheque, money order, or credit card details to the above address.
  • Fax credit card details (type, number & expiry date) to 02 6125 2001.

When lodging a payment please include:

  • the infringement number
  • vehicle registration number
  • amount owed
  • your phone number

Please note, Diners Club and AMEX are not accepted.  

ANU parking infringement penalties cannot be paid on-line or via BPay.

Apply for more time to pay your infringement notice

To apply for an extension of time to pay your parking infringement, please complete the appropriate eForm by choosing either of the following links:.

When completing this eForm you will be requested to provide the following information:

  • the infringement number;
  • the registration number of the vehicle;
  • information to support reasons for payment extension request; and
  • your mailing address - responses to applications for extension are sent by post.

On receipt of a request for an Extension of Time to Pay, the infringement notice is placed on hold and incurs no extra charges until after a decision is made regarding the application outcome. If the extension of time to pay request is granted, the infringement remains on hold until the revised due date for payment.

If the extension of time to pay request is denied, ten (10) days (from the date of outcome letter) is given to allow payment of the amount owing on the infringement notice.

The maximum extension of time to pay an infringement notice is 180 days. It should be noted requests for extensions of 180 days to pay are only granted in cases of extreme financial hardship.

Appeal your infringement notice

To apply for a withdrawal of your parking infringement, please complete the appropriate eForm by choosing either of the following links:

When completing this eForm you will be requested to provide the following information:

  • the infringement number;
  • the registration number of the vehicle;
  • information to support reasons for your withdrawal request; and
  • your mailing address - responses to applications for withdrawal are sent by post.

On receipt of an application for withdrawal, the infringement is placed on hold and incurs no extra charges until after a decision is made regarding its outcome.

If the application for withdrawal is denied, ten (10) days (from the date of outcome letter) is given to allow payment of the amount owing on the infringement notice.