You’ll need an account or pass to pay for your Sydney toll road travel.
Now sure which one's right for you? Follow the prompts below to find the best option.
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  • We recommend a Sydney Pass

    Up to 30 days' access to all Sydney toll roads with the convenience of auto payments.

    • Vehicle matching fee of $0.75 per toll road (motorbikes exempt).
    • Standard tolls, automatically charged to your credit card.
    • Low $1.50 start up fee

    Buy a Sydney Pass

    To make sure this product is right for you, please read the terms and conditions.
  • We recommend a Tag account

    Perfect for frequent travellers. A prepaid account that can be backdated to include any trips* made in the last 7 days.

    • Set and go with auto top up for maximum convenience.
    • $15 tag deposit plus $20 or $30 opening payment, credited to your account.
    • Travel on any toll road in Australia.
    • Unlimited vehicles.

    Open a Tag account

    *Backdating is only available for travel on Eastern Distributor, Hills M2, Lane Cove Tunnel and Westlink M7 in NSW and CityLink in Victoria.

    To make sure this product is right for you, please read the terms and conditions.


    If you're running a fleet, check out our Commercial account.

  • We recommend a Tagless account

    Perfect for occasional trips in and around Sydney. A pay as you go account that can be backdated to include any trips* made in the last 7 days.

    • Easy auto payment at the end of every day of travel.
    • Tagless travel with vehicle matching fee of $0.55–$0.75 per toll road (motorbikes exempt).
    • Travel on all Australian toll roads. Standard tolls apply.
    • Unlimited vehicles.

    Open a Tagless account

    *Backdating is only available for travel on Eastern Distributor, Hills M2, Lane Cove Tunnel and Westlink M7 in NSW and CityLink in Victoria.

    To make sure this product is right for you, please read the terms and conditions.
  • We recommend a Tagless account

    Perfect for occasional trips in and around Sydney. Pay as you go with monthly auto payments.

    • Tagless travel, with vehicle matching fee of $0.55–$0.75 per toll road (motorbikes exempt).
    • Travel on all Australian toll roads. Standard tolls apply.
    • Unlimited vehicles

    Open a Tagless account

    To make sure this product is right for you, please read the terms and conditions.
  • We recommend a Tag account

    Perfect for frequent travellers. A prepaid tag account that lets you travel on any toll road in Australia.

    • Set and go with auto top up for maximum convenience.
    • $15 tag deposit plus $20 or $30 opening payment, credited to your account.
    • No minimum annual spend.
    • Unlimited vehicles.

    Open a Tag account

    To make sure this product is right for you, please read the terms and conditions.


    If you're running a fleet, check out our Commercial account.

  • If you travelled on a Sydney toll road more than a week ago, you should receive a toll notice in the mail soon.

    A toll notice is a payment request for your toll road travel.

    You’ll receive one if you travel on a toll road without an active account or pass. The amount you'll be asked to pay is the cost of the trip plus admin fees. 

    Toll notices are issued to the registered owner of the vehicle.

    Search for toll notices

     

    Want to save on fees?

    You can save money by opening a Tag or Tagless account and transferring your toll notice to your new account. We'll waive the toll notice admin fee and you'll pay a lower transfer fee instead.

    The amount you'll save will vary depending on the toll road you've used:

    For Westlink M7 you'll save $8.10 when you transfer a first notice and $17.10 off follow-up notices.
    For all other Sydney toll roads you'll save $8.90 off a first notice and $17.80 off follow-up notices.

    Open a Tag account

    Open a Tagless account

  • We recommend a Tagless account

    The cost-effective way to pay for any trips* made in the last 4–7 days. It also covers you for future toll travel in and around Sydney.

    • Easy auto payment at the end of every day of travel.
    • Tagless travel with vehicle matching fee of $0.55–$0.75 per toll road (motorbikes exempt).
    • Travel on all Australian toll roads. Standard tolls apply.
    • Unlimited vehicles.

    Or you can wait to receive a toll notice in the mail, which will include additional fees of up to $20. Find out how you can save on tolls and fees

    Open a Tagless account

    *Backdating is only available for travel on Eastern Distriutor, Hills M2, Lane Cove Tunnel and Westlink M7 in NSW and CityLink in Victoria.

    To make sure this product is right for you, please read the terms and conditions.

Our accounts and passes have you covered

With a Transurban Linkt account or pass, you're good to go on any Sydney toll road.

This includes the Eastern Distributor, Cross City Tunnel, Hills M2, Lane Cove Tunnel, Military Road E-Ramps, M5 South-West Motorway, Sydney Harbour Bridge & Harbour Tunnel and Westlink M7.

You're also covered for travel across Australia, including Melbourne and Brisbane toll roads.




Your account and pass options compared

Occasional travel
Travel a few times a year
Tagless account
  • $1.50 start up fee
  • $0.55 or $0.75 vehicle matching fee per trip
  • Auto-pay as you go
  • Claim M5 cashback
  • Tagless travel
Short-term travel
Up to 30 days of travel
Sydney Pass
  • $1.50 start up fee
  • $0.75 vehicle matching fee per trip
  • Card auto debited every $10 of travel
  • 1 to 30 days' consecutive travel
  • Tagless travel

Plus with every Transurban Linkt product you get

All roads

Travel on all Australian toll roads

Unlimited Vehicles

Unlimited vehicles on your account or pass

Transurban support

24/7 access to your account online

 

Want to work out the cost of your trip?

 

We have options for small to large businesses

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  • How do I pay my toll notice?

    How do I pay my toll notice?

    You can pay Hills M2, Eastern Distributor, Lane Cove Tunnel, Military Road e-Ramps and Cross City Tunnel toll notices online using a credit card.

    The toll notice number is located at the top-right of your toll notice. 

    Pay a toll notice

     

  • How can I update my payment details?

    How can I update my payment details?

    You can easily update your credit card or direct debit payment details online.

    Simply follow these steps:

    1. Log into your account
    2. Select Edit Automatic Payments
    3. Enter your new credit card or bank details and select Update Details to save
  • How do I top up my account?

    How do I top up my account?

    If you have a Tag account, the most convenient way to pay is with auto top up. If you're manually topping up as you go, remember to top up before your balance drops to $0. If you travel with a negative balance, you may receive a toll notice with additional fees. If you have a tag, it will beep 3 times to let you know your balance is low.

    If you have a Tagless account, you'll already be paying by auto top up from your nominated card.

    To top up your Tag account manually, follow these steps:

    1. Log into your account 
    2. Select Make a payment
    3. Enter your credit card details and payment amount and select Make payment


    To set up auto top-up from a credit card or bank account:

    1. Log into your account
    2. Select Setup automatic payments and select Credit card or Bank account
    3. Enter your credit card or bank account details and select Update details

     

  • What are my payment options?

    What are my payment options?

    Transurban Linkt offers a variety of payment options to open and top up an account, buy a Sydney Pass or pay for toll notices.

    Find out more about your payment options

  • How do I open an account?

    How do I open an account?

    You can open an account online. You'll need the following information:

    • contact details including your name, address, email and phone number
    • licence plate number, make and model of at least one vehicle
    • credit card details for making an opening payment to your account

    For ongoing payments, you can use a credit card or set up a direct debit from your bank account.

    Use our product selector tool to find the right option for you.

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