• State Revenue

    Scam Alert - 14 November 2014

    The Office of State Revenue (OSR) has become aware of an email scam demanding payment of speeding fines purportedly sent by the OSR. The OSR does not collect speeding fines under the Road Traffic Act 2014 nor issue demands for payment via email. If you receive such an email please ignore it. If you have already paid, contact your bank or financial institution in the first instance, and contact the Australian Government Scamwatch service.

    It is highly recommended that you do not click on the links or open any attachments as they may contain viruses. You can contact the OSR on 08 9262 1200 to verify any notices you have received from this office.

    State Revenue’s mission is 'To administer revenue laws and grant and subsidy schemes in a fair and efficient manner for the community'.

    State Revenue began as the State Taxation Department in 1970 and was amalgamated with Treasury in 2001. On 1 July 2011, State Revenue became part of the new Department of Finance. As an office dedicated to the administration of revenue, grant and subsidy schemes, not all State Revenue clients are taxpayers.