More than $10 million worth of parking fines were issued to Canberra drivers during the past year, new figures show.
The data from Access Canberra showed during the 12 months to April 2017, more than 80,000 parking tickets were issued in the top 20 suburbs for fines alone.
Unsurprisingly, Civic recorded the highest number of parking fines, making up more than one-third of all fines for the time period.
Drivers in Civic were fined more than $3.5 million during the 12 months, with 29,231 fines issued.
Coming in at second was the Woden suburb of Phillip, the only other suburb to notch up seven figures worth of fines, which recorded just more than $1 million in parking tickets.
Rounding out the top five suburbs were Belconnen, Garran and Bruce, notching up $668,000, $623,000 and $541,000 worth of fines respectively over the 12 months.
The amount raised by the ACT government in Bruce is slightly less than the parking fine figures for the University of Canberra for the 2015-16 financial year, which students are petitioning to be given to the university.
The inner south doesn't make an appearance on the list of most-fined suburbs until seventh, with more than 3300 fines issued, raising $413,000 of revenue.
More than $296,000 worth of fines were issued in Barton, with parking inspectors issuing tickets to 2500 drivers over the year.
Suburbs that also notched up six figures worth of parking fines during the 12 months also include Griffith, Forrest, Deakin, Turner and Reid.
Drivers parking illegally at Canberra Airport were also slapped with $125,000 worth of fines, with 1100 drivers being nabbed.
Rounding out the top 20 suburbs were Gungahlin ($97,000), Campbell ($92,000), Macquarie ($57,000) and Acton ($49,000).
While the government said more than $10 million in fines were issued during the time, a spokeswoman for Access Canberra said it "does not correlate to how many fines were paid".
"Recipients of parking infringements have the right of appeal through Access Canberra's Parking Review Office of the courts," the spokeswoman.
Of the 18,000 fines that weren't paid for, only 1682 of them were taken to court for appeal.
The spokeswoman said parking inspectors issued fines across more than 100 suburbs and precincts across Canberra.