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Value of penalty and fee units

Information about the amount of a penalty or fee unit.

The value of 1 penalty unit may change annually. If the amount is raised it must be published in Victorian Government Gazette and advertised before 1 July each year. The value of total fine payable will be rounded up to the nearest dollar.

1 July 2023 to 30 June 2024

value of a fee unit is $15.90; and

value of a penalty unit is $192.31

1 July 2022 to 30 June 2023

value of a fee unit is $15.29; and

value of a penalty unit is $184.92

1 July 2021 to 30 June 2022

value of a fee unit is $15.03; and

value of a penalty unit is $181.74

More information

Legislation

Monetary Units Act 2004 (Vic)(opens in a new window)

Monetary Units Amendment Act 2012 (Vic)(opens in a new window)

References

Treasury and Finance

Office of the Chief Parliamentary Counsel gives clear summary of the history of the changes.

See Treasury and Finance—Indexation of fees and penalties(opens in a new window).

Victorian Government Gazette

See Victoria Government Gazette No S233 Dated 20 May 2021(opens in a new window).

Updated