The Visitor's e-PASS has a new name, it’s now called a Sydney Pass. The Sydney Pass is ideal for short term travel up to 30 consecutive days and unlike the Visitor’s e-PASS, can be used to cover travel on all toll roads in Australia, not just Sydney. You can buy a pass online.
Just like the Visitor's e-PASS it replaces, your Sydney Pass is valid on all Australian toll roads.
In Sydney, it covers you for travel on Cross City Tunnel, Eastern Distributor, Hills M2, Lane Cove Tunnel, Military Road E-Ramps, M5 South-West Motorway, Sydney Harbour Bridge & Harbour Tunnel, WestConnex M4 and Westlink M7.
You're also covered for travel across Australia, including all Melbourne and Brisbane toll roads.
If you use toll roads regularly, or want to continue using them after your pass expires, consider opening an account to cover your travel.
Yes, you’ll need to provide your licence plate number when you buy a Sydney Pass or open a Tag or Tagless account. You’ll also need to provide your vehicle’s make and model.
When you travel, our tolling cameras photograph your licence plate number and match it to your pass. If your licence plate number is not registered on your account, you'll be issued with a toll notice and charged additional fees.
If this has happened to you, contact our customer care team and we'll help you sort it out.
You’ll need to log into your account to add more vehicles.
When you first open a Sydney Pass, you must add at least one vehicle. After you’ve set up your pass you can add as many vehicles as you need. Simply select Add Vehicle from the menu and enter your vehicle’s details into the form. You will need to provide your licence plate number, state of registration and vehicle make and model.
It won't cost you anything to add extra vehicles to your pass.
You can extend the end date of your pass to a total of 30 days. So, for example, if you originally set up your pass for 10 days, you can extend it for up to another 20 days. A Sydney Pass expires after 30 days of opening.
If you want to keep using toll roads beyond 30 days, opening a Tag or Tagless account is a good option.
A Tag account is great for frequent travel and has direct debit and credit card payment options. A Tagless account is good for occasional travel and offers easy credit card auto payments.
All Australian tolling tags can be used nationwide, including on toll roads in Sydney.
Just make sure your licence plate number is listed on your account before you travel interstate.
If you’re borrowing a car while in Sydney, 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 Sydney toll charges and fees may take a little longer to appear on your account than local trips.