I have no clue but I'd be doing some research on the local laws before considering anything.
Back in the 80's when the iron curtain was up I couldn't even take my walkman across. Better to be safe than wind up on locked up abroad.
Unfortunately once you've paid you've admitted guilt and it's all over, then the points get applied.
However in the case where I applied for an internal review, I hadn't heard back before the ticket was due and I didn't want to automatically elect going to court by not paying it, so I paid...
I just found this out today, it looks like a recent change and now the unlucky winners of Victorian camera speed tickets can request an internal review to have an official warning issued in place for the larger fines.
Here's the added piece...
search for a freight forwarder there's a few about like myus and ship it to.
Their rates vary so look around and find some reviews on them.
I've never used one but it may be an option for you.
As far customs goes I figure if it's not on their prohibited imports list it's good to go.
Waze has a pretty good following around Melbourne, although I've found it more handy for traffic alerts than speed traps.
Congrats on the promotion Shanetrain and thanks Naz for puttin in the hard yards.
Boost is great for a set and forget Telstra 3G prepaid phone plan with unlimited txt and calls @ $40 with 3gig of data, I went with them for a short while after Kogan fell on it's face and Aldi is fine if it suits your usage but watch the AUP as they'll kick you if you use too much data in one...