Renewal of licence
A security sensitive ammonium nitrate transport licence is granted for five years. Continuation of the licence is subject to the payment of annual licence fees and the renewal fee.
A licence renewal payment notice will be sent to the licence holder six weeks prior to the expiry date of the licence.
Renewal fees not paid on, or before the due date, can be paid within a three month grace period following this date, and are subject to a late fee.
To avoid the licence from expiring, renewal fees and late fees must be paid in full on, or before the last day of the grace period, which is the final payment date on the renewal notice.
Refer to Dangerous goods licence renewal payment notice for more information
How to pay
Only payments made by Visa Card and MasterCard are accepted.
Go to the Department’s Payment Portal Credit Card Payment page. Enter the Payment Number shown in the Payment Options section of the notice, and your credit card details.
The Payment Portal does not accept payments past the final payment date.
To make a payment, click Proceed to Payment below. When prompted enter the Payment Number shown in your notice, and your credit card details.
To make a payment via credit card, via the payments portal, please enter the Payment number as printed on your Notification.
Renewal and late fee
Current licences may be transferred. Where a transfer occurs during the three month grace period, the incoming licensee will be responsible for the payment of any renewal fee, annual licence fee, and late payment fee that may be unpaid.
For any enquiries please contact Dangerous Goods Licensing:
Phone: (08) 9358 8001