The easier, smarter way to pay tolls Australia-wide. Select a location for payment options and info tailored to your travel needs.
To avoid purchasing multiple passes make sure you've chosen a pass that will cover your journey. Different passes cover different roads and are valid for different periods of time.
Compare the passes and choose one that's right for you.
|Type of pass||Pass details|
|24 Hour Pass||All of CityLink
|24 Hour Limited Tulla Only||CityLink, between Bulla Road (Melbourne Airport) and Flemington Road only
|Weekend Pass||All of CityLink
|Melbourne Pass||All CityLink and EastLink toll roads (for up to 30 days)
Open an Everyday account and you're covered for travel on any toll road in Australia, including CityLink and EastLink.
A pass is a convenient option if you only use CityLink occasionally.
You can buy a pass before you travel or if you've already travelled, you can buy a pass within 5 days of your trip. For Weekend Passes, you have until midnight on the Thursday after the weekend on which you travelled.
There's no need to display a pass in your car, but you may want to keep the receipt for your records.
All Australian tolling tags can be used nationwide, including on toll roads in Victoria.
Just make sure your licence plate number is listed on your account before you travel interstate.
If you’re borrowing a car while in Melbourne, you can still use your tag. Just add the vehicle’s licence plate number to your account while you’re in town, and remember to remove it when you leave.
It’s worth noting that Melbourne toll charges and fees may take a little longer to appear on your account than local trips.
The class of your vehicle, along with the distance you travel, determines the tolls you pay. It is important to know that vehicle class is determined by certain physical attributes such as vehicle size, seating capacity, construction design, weight/mass. Whether the vehicle is used for personal or commercial use does not determine the vehicle class.
Vehicle classes on Melbourne's toll roads are set out in the contracts both CityLink and EastLink have with the Victorian Government and are determined based on each vehicle's size, weight and configuration. These classes, first established for CityLink in the mid-1990s, are consistent across both motorways.