How passes work
Once you buy a pass, you'll be ready to travel on your chosen dates. Overhead cameras at toll points will take a photo of your licence plate number to match your vehicle to your pass, so you won't need a tag.
To buy a pass, you’ll need:
- Vehicle details, including your licence plate number, state of registration, and vehicle make and model
- Travel dates
- A valid credit or debit card, to buy a pass online
- A valid credit or debit card, or cash, to pay for a pass in person at selected locations (Weekend Pass and 24 Hour Passes only)
Passes could be a great option if you don’t use toll roads regularly. You can buy your pass before you travel, or up to 5 days after travelling on a toll road. It’s that easy.
Buying a pass ensures you avoid receiving a toll invoice, which includes additional admin fees. You can also enjoy the benefits of toll roads, without needing to open an account.
Choose the right pass for you
We have a range of pass options for short-term travel. The best choice will depend on where you’d like to travel and how many trips you’ll make.
A Visitor’s Pass has you covered on CityLink and EastLink, so you’ll be good to go for up to 30 days on any toll road in Victoria. Cover your toll road trips with auto payments after each day of travel.
24 Hour Tulla Pass and 24 Hour CityLink Pass
If you plan to use CityLink a few times in 24 hours, our 24 Hour Passes make travel simple and affordable. Get 24 hours of unlimited travel for a set price. Choose from the 24 Hour CityLink Pass, which gives you access to all sections of CityLink, or the 24 Hour Tulla Pass for CityLink access between Flemington Road and Bulla Road only.
The Weekend Pass gives you unlimited access to CityLink from midday Friday to midnight Sunday for one set price.