Coronavirus update 13 March 2020

COVID-19 restrictions: what's closed and what's open.

We encourage responsible pet ownership and care about animal welfare and protecting our community's environment.

If your pet's behaviour becomes a problem, you may receive a fine (infringement notice). Some examples of offences include:

  • your dog being off-leash in a leashed area
  • leaving your dog unsupervised 
  • not registering your pet 
  • not giving your registered pet a tag. 

Penalties vary depending on the nature of the offence.

Pay your animal fine within 28 days to avoid additional costs and the potential for legal proceedings. 

Ways to pay

Telephone & Internet Banking - BPAY

Pay using the Biller Code and Reference Number on your infringement notice.  Make payments from your credit card, savings or cheque account. 

Our website 

Pay an animal fine online using the Infringement Number on your notice. Credit card surcharges apply. 

Telephone


Call us on 1300 722 151 and follow the prompts to make secure payments. Credit card surcharges apply. 

Mail 

Include a copy of your notice or your Infringement Number, and mail with your cheque or money order made payable to ‘City of Boroondara’, and crossed ‘Not Negotiable’ to:

City of Boroondara
Private Bag 1
Camberwell VIC 3124 

Ensure you mail your payment in time, as we don’t accept postal delays as a reason for late payment. We do not issue a receipt for payments received through the mail.

In person 

Council cashier desks  are currently closed as a result of COVID-19 restrictions.

We will advise when we can resume processing payments in person.

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