About tolls and fees
Tolls are the price charged for travelling on a toll road. The cost is calculated electronically, based on when and where you travel, and your vehicle class.
Fees are separate charges that may apply in certain circumstances and depend on the type of account or pass you have. The price of most passes (excluding the Visitor’s Pass) is inclusive of all tolls and fees.
You can estimate your travel costs with our toll calculator.
Pay for what you use or a trip cap
When you drive on toll roads, you'll either pay for the distance and roads you use or the trip cap, whichever is cheaper. A trip cap is the maximum toll price for a single, continuous trip on CityLink. Peak and off-peak trip caps apply to heavy commercial vehicles.
Account and pass fees
Toll invoice admin fees
If you travel without a pass or account, we’ll send the vehicle’s owner a toll invoice. A toll invoice includes the unpaid toll and an administration fee. If the toll invoice remains unpaid, we’ll send a final toll invoice with an additional administration fee.
The easiest way to avoid toll invoices is to open an account.
|Toll invoice fees (valid 1 July 2022 to 30 June 2023)|
|Toll invoice admin fee||$14.22|
|Final toll invoice admin fee||$27.75|
GST in toll prices and trip charges
Goods and services tax (GST) is a government tax that’s added to goods and services in Australia. GST is calculated on each individual toll road trip.
We include GST fees in our toll charges, as they appear on:
- Our websites and apps
- Our statements and invoices
- Trip history data exported from our website