CPI increase on roads and maritime fees

28 June 2019

From 1 July 2019, roads and maritime fees will increase as part of the annual NSW Treasury approved Consumer Price Index (CPI) of 1.93 per cent.

Authorised Inspection Station fees will also increase by the same rate.

Specific increases related to heavy vehicle registration charges in line with the National Transport Commission determination can be found on the National Transport Commission website.

All CPI increases are rounded to the nearest dollar.

The new fees for common transport and maritime services are listed in the table.

Description Current From 1 July 2019 Increase
Unrestricted Driver Licence – 1 year 58 60 2
Unrestricted Driver Licence – 3 year 136 138 2
Unrestricted Driver Licence – 5 year 184 188 4
Unrestricted Driver Licence – 10 year 342 348 6
Provisional Driver Licence P1 58 59 1
Provisional Driver Licence P2 91 93 2
Learner Driver Licence 25 25 0
Vehicle registration 66 67 1
Standard number plates 46 47 1
Driver Knowledge Test, Hazard Perception Test, Driver Qualification Test 46 47 1
Road User Handbook 13 13 0
Mobility Parking Scheme authority 43 44 1
Vessel registration Personal Watercraft 336 342 6
Personalised Watercraft Driving Licence (1 year) 186 190 4
Boat Driving Licence (1 year) 61 62 1
Boat Driving Licence (3 year) 164 167 3
Boat Driving Licence (5 year) 258 263 5
Mooring fee for vessel up to and including seven metres in a high traffic area 524 534 10
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