Pay your registration

The easiest way to pay your registration is online with your myVicRoads account.

Choose how you'd like to pay

You can pay your registration through Service Victoria, a new government website bringing a range of government services together in one place.

Pay your registration through Service Victoria

Payment option What you need Payment methods

Pay online using your myVicRoads account

Or pay via Service Victoria (External link)

Visa or MasterCard*
The biller code and account reference will be on your renewal notice. If you do not have the biller code and reference number, just login to your myVicRoads account. BPAY details are also available online at Service Victoria (External link). Cheque, savings or debit account
Direct Debit Pay your renewal by direct debit using your myVicRoads account You can make direct debit payments from an eligible Australian cheque or savings bank account, debit card or credit card.
Phone Call 1300 086 314 and follow the prompts to pay VISA or MasterCard
Australia Post Visit your closest Australia Post office (External link), bring your renewal notice and payment

VISA, MasterCard*, EFTPOS or cash 


Mail your renewal notice and payment to:

GPO Box 1644, 
Melbourne, VIC 3001

VicRoads Customer Service Centre Visit your closest VicRoads Customer Service Centre, bring your renewal notice and payment
VISA, MasterCard*, EFTPOS or cash**

*A card payment fee applies.

**All VicRoads Customer Service Centres accept cash except for:

Short-term registration

Pay less upfront when you choose a short-term registration period of three or six months. You can set up short-term registration at any time for your next registration period. Short-term registration is not an instalment payment, the price of the short-term registration is a pro-rata amount of the annual fee and costs an additional $2.50 per registration period.

If you have already received a renewal notice and wish to change your registration period, do not pay until you have updated your registration period to three, six or 12 months. 

Click below for more information and instructions on changing to short-term registration.

Short term rego

When do I get my notice?

We send you a renewal notice in the post approximately six weeks before your registration due date.

If you have a myVicRoads account and you haven’t opted-out of electronic communication, you will receive your renewal notice and reminders by email.

Make sure your contact details are up to date so your renewal notice gets to you. Keep in mind that it’s your responsibility to keep your vehicle registration up to date – heavy fines apply if you drive an unregistered vehicle.

How are fees calculated? 

The cost of your registration in Victoria is made up of a registration fee as well as a Transport Accident Charge (TAC). Find out your registration fee using the renewal fee calculator or visit the registration fees page.

Concession registration

If your renewal notice says you’re eligible for a concession, go to Registration concessions to find out more. 

Need more help?

Call 13 11 71 and speak to one of our friendly staff who can help.

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