Marine fees and payments

Find out about fees for recreational boating services, commercial vessel services, maritime facilities and management. Information on payments methods is also available here.

  Pay your boat registration online

View your boat registration details along with your vehicle and driver's licence information in the one convenient location from a single login with DoTDirect online account.

You are now able to view your boat details and pay your annual boat registration renewals through your DoTDirect online account.

For more information and frequently asked questions visit the Online account page.

Register for your online account Login to your online account

Pay online

Don't have a DoTDirect online account? If your renewal account is current, you can still pay online by credit card using our online payment facility.

Pay your account (online)

 

Look up your account details

Account lookup (online)

 

Have you misplaced your account details? An account number is required to make online payments for a current invoice(s) for your Driver's Licence or Vehicle Licence (registration).

Accounts payable with a credit card

  • Boat registration.
  • Debit advice notice.
  • Driver licence renewal. *
  • Jetty renewal licence.
  • Vehicle failure to return plates final demand.
  • Vehicle failure to return plates infringement.
  • Vehicle licence renewals (light and heavy). **
  • Vehicle licence transfer final demand.
  • Vehicle licence transfer infringement.
  • Vehicle licence transfer.

* When a photograph is not required.
** Also referred to as 'registration' or 'rego'.

Or please use BPAY®

Not sure how to use BPAY? Read our fact sheet below.

Accounts payable with BPAY®

  • Boat registration.
  • Debit advice notice.
  • Driver licence renewal. *
  • Seasonal vehicle licence renewal.
  • Vehicle expired defect notice final demand.
  • Vehicle expired defect notice infringement.
  • Vehicle failure to return plates final demand.
  • Vehicle failure to return plates infringement.
  • Vehicle licence renewal (light and heavy). **
  • Vehicle licence transfer final demand.
  • Vehicle licence transfer infringement.
  • Vehicle licence transfer.

* When a photograph is not required.
** Also referred to as 'registration' or 'rego'.

Not sure how to use BPAY?

Please read our fact sheet below.

Our online systems are generally unavailable between pm Sunday and am Monday, Western Standard Time.

LBU_FS_BPAY.pdf icon BPAY: How to use BPAY to pay your licensing fees (Fact sheet) Kb

  Pay your jetty licence fee online

If you have received a renewal account notice, you can pay by credit card via DoTDirect, your services access point. Your renewal account number is located on the renewal notice.

Pay your account (online)

  Other payment methods

Credit card or EFTPOS

Bankcards, Mastercard and Visa payments are accepted by all Department of Transport offices.

Cheques

All cheques should be made payable to 'Department of Transport'.

Cash

Cash is accepted by all Department of Transport offices.

BPay

You can pay via BPAY through your phone or Internet banking service.

In person (metropolitan area)

In person payments can be made at all Department of Transport Licensing Centres in the metropolitan area.

In person (regional areas)

Boat owners in regional areas who would like to pay in person can do so at our many maritime facilities and regional offices, as well as participating local government offices and post offices.

Note:

Post offices only accept cash and cheque payments.

By telephone

If your renewal account is current, you can pay via phone using your MasterCard or Visa.

  • Please call 1300 655 322 (24 hour service) and follow the prompts.

An operator assisted telephone payment service is available Monday to Friday, am to pm.

Only credit card payments may be accepted.

  • To make a payment, please call 13 11 56 and please follow the prompts.

By post

For registrations, please post all cheques and documentation to:

Street address Postal address Telephone Fax Email
  Department of Transport,
GPO Box C102,
Perth WA 6839
     

  Schedule of marine fees and charges (2017/2018)

Department of Transport charges fees for 2017/2018:

  • Recreational boating services.
  • Commercial vessels and seafarer services.

Please download the schedule of marine fees and charges below.

MAC-G-Fees_Complete_201718.pdf icon Schedule of marine fees and charges: Recreational and commercial (2017/2018) Kb

  Schedule of maritime facilities fees and charges (2017/2018)

Maritime facility fees apply from 1 July 2017.

For information regarding fees and charges applied at DoT maritime facilities please refer to the documents below.

MAC-G-Fees-MaritimeFacilities1718.pdf icon Schedule of marine fees and charges: Maritime facilities (2017/2018) Kb
MAC-G-Fees-MaritimeFacilitiesFAQ1718.pdf icon Schedule of marine fees and charges: Maritime facilities - Frequently Asked Questions (2017/2018) Kb
MAC-G-UseDoTJettyWharf1718.pdf icon Use of DoT service jetties and wharves (2017/2018) Kb
MAC_G_VesselAccommTypes1718.pdf icon Vessel accommodation types (2017/2018) Kb

Please contact us with feedback or further queries.

Street address Postal address Telephone Fax Email
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  Schedule of Marine Safety (Domestic Commercial Vessel) National Law fees (2017/2018)

The Department of Transport previously charged fees for certain commercial vessels, seafarer qualifications and services according to the following laws:

  • Western Australian Marine Act 1982.
    • WA Marine (Certificates of Competency and Safety Manning) Regulations 1983.
    • WA Marine (Surveys and Certificates of Survey) Regulations 1983.
    • WA Marine (Hire and Drive Vessels) Regulations 1983.
  • Shipping and Pilotage Act 1967 (WA).
    • Shipping and Pilotage (Ports and Harbours) Regulations 1966 (WA).
  • Marine Navigational Aids Regulations 1985 (WA).

From 1 July 2013, with the passing of the Marine Safety (Domestic Commercial Vessel) National Law Act 2012, Schedule 1 (National Law) the regulation of domestic commercial vessel operations and certification, certificates of competency and commercial vessel surveys passed to the Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA), as the national regulator for the National System for Domestic Commercial Vessel Safety. For more information, please refer to Commercial rules and regulations.

Please refer to: Commercial vessel fees: National Law (Full title: Fees and Charges (WA) under the Marine Safety (Domestic Commercial Vessel) National Law)

However, the Department continues to administer these laws within Western Australia, and charges fees for these services.

The following fees are charged directly by the Department:

  • Bunkering.
  • Ferry licences.
  • Permits to tow.

The following fees are charged by the Department for services under the National Law:

  • Certificates of operation.
  • Certificates of competency.
  • Certificates of survey.
  • Other relevant National Law fees.
  • Other general fees.

Please download the fee schedules below.

Opens in a new window Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA)
Opens in a new window State Law Publisher: Marine Navigational Aids Regulations 1985 (WA)
Opens in a new window State Law Publisher: Shipping and Pilotage Act 1967 (WA)
Opens in a new window State Law Publisher: Shipping and Pilotage (Ports and Harbours) Regulations 1966 (WA)
Opens in a new window State Law Publisher: WA Marine (Certificates of Competency and Safety Manning) Regulations 1983 (WA)
Opens in a new window State Law Publisher: WA Marine (Hire and Drive Vessels) Regulations 1983 (WA)
Opens in a new window State Law Publisher: WA Marine (Surveys and Certificates of Survey) Regulations 1983
Opens in a new window State Law Publisher: Western Australian Marine Act 1982 (WA)
MAC-PO-Fees-Commercial-NationalLaw201718.pdf icon Commercial vessel fees: National Law (2017/2018) Kb

 

Page last updated: Mon Jul 3 2017 2:58:14 PM