Pay a toll notice

Make a quick credit card payment. You'll just need the toll notice number from the top of your notice.

Find a toll notice

Find a notice with your licence plate number, then pay it, or transfer it to your account. If you'd like to see all your outstanding notices, leave the toll notice number field blank.

Travelled recently?

If you haven’t received a toll notice yet, follow the prompts to see your payment options.

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  • More than 7 days Start over

    If you travelled on a Sydney toll road more than 7 days ago and don’t have an account or pass, you should receive a toll notice in the mail. It can take up to 4 weeks after you travel for a toll notice to be sent.

    Toll notices are issued to the registered owner of the vehicle and will include the cost of your tolls plus additional fees.

    Search for a toll invoice

  • In the last 4 - 7 days Start over

    If you travelled in the last 4 – 7 days you can save on additional fees by opening an account and backdating its start date to cover your travel. You can wait for a toll notice to arrive in the mail, but it may take up to 4 weeks from your travel date to be issued.

    If you already have an account, you can pay for travel made in the last 7 days by adding the licence plate number of the vehicle to your account. Just backdate its start date.

    Open an account

  • In the last 3 days Start over

    If you travelled in the last 3 days you can save on additional fees by opening an account or buying a pass and backdating the start date to include your trip. Buy a pass if you’re an occasional traveller, or open an account if you’re a regular traveller.

    Buy a pass Open an account

Transfer to another driver

Weren't the driver? You can nominate someone else to pay the toll invoice or demand notice.

Received a toll notice from a different operator?

If you have a toll notice from the operator of another road, you’ll need to follow their payment process. You can visit their websites from the links below:

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  • How can I save on toll notice fees?

    How can I save on toll notice fees?

    If you've travelled on a Sydney toll road without a valid tolling account or pass, you may inadvertently find yourself with a handful of toll notices to pay.

    If that's you, you can use your tolling account to pay your outstanding Sydney toll notices. We'll waive the admin fee when you transfer the toll notices to your account. You'll pay the lower transfer fee instead.

    The transfer fee will vary depending on the toll road you've used:

    For Westlink M7 you'll pay $1.90 to transfer a first notice (saving $8.10) or $2.90 for a follow-up notice (saving $17.10).

    For all other Sydney toll roads you'll pay $1.10 for a first notice (saving $8.90) or $2.20 for a follow-up notice (saving $17.80).

    Already have an account?

    1. Search for outstanding toll notices
    2. Select Charge these trips to my account and use your account number to complete the request

    Haven't got an account?

    1. Open a Tag or Tagless account
    2. Using your new account number, search for outstanding toll notices
    3. Select Charge these trips to my account and use your account number to complete the request

    You’ll need to ensure your account is setup to cover the cost of the tolls and transfer fee. If you have a Tag account, check that there are enough funds in your account. If you have a Tagless account your payment details must be up to date.
     

    This offer is only available for toll notices less than 2 years old. This offer does not apply if your unpaid toll notices have already been referred to a debt collection agency, or if the total amount of tolls and admin fees you owe exceeds $250, and/or you have more than 10 unpaid toll notices owing against your licence plate number on any one toll road.

  • Why did I receive a toll notice when I didn't travel on a toll road?

    Why did I receive a toll notice when I didn't travel on a toll road?

    If you believe your toll notice has been issued by mistake, you can lodge an objection. 

    To lodge an objection, contact us and provide the information listed below.

    You can email your objection using our contact form or provide details via post to:

    Linkt Sydney
    Locked Bag 5072
    Parramatta NSW 2124

    You must provide:

    • a copy of the front of the toll notice or the following toll notice details:
    • the toll notice number listed on the payment slip
    • your licence plate number
    • the state or territory in which your vehicle is registered

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    • details explaining the reason for the objection, signed by the lodger

    Ensure you lodge your objection as soon as possible to avoid additional fees incurred from the toll notice. To make sure we get your details in time, ensure you leave at least 7 days before the toll notice due date if posting.

  • I was not driving the vehicle at the time of travel

    I was not driving the vehicle at the time of travel

    If this happens, you can transfer the toll notice by nominating the person driving at the time.

    To do this, download and complete a statutory declaration form. You will need to provide the new owner's name, address and driver's licence number. This must be witnessed and signed by an 'authorised person' (a legal practitioner or a Justice of the Peace).

    You need a separate statutory declaration for each toll notice.

    Post statutory declarations to:

    Toll Compliance Management
    Locked Bag 5004
    Parramatta NSW 2124

  • What is my vehicle class?

    What is my vehicle class?

    The class of your vehicle, along with the distance you travel, determines the tolls you pay.  Your vehicle's class depends on its size. 

    In NSW, the current standard classes are:

    • Car (Class A/ Class 2) — Vehicles less than 2.8m in height and 12.5m in length. Vehicle length measurement includes trailers.
    • Heavy commercial vehicle (Class B/ Class 4) All other vehicles (also referred to as HCV).

    The Eastern Distributor and M5 South-West Motorway currently divide vehicles into classes 2 and 4:

    • Class 2 (Car/ Class A) A motor vehicle under 2.8m in height with two or less axles, or a motor vehicle under 2.0m in height with three or less axles. The axle count and height measurement includes trailers.
    • Class 4 (Heavy commercial vehicle/ Class B) — All other vehicles (also referred to as HCV).
  • I can't find my toll notice online

    I can't find my toll notice online

    It can take 4 to 6 days for your toll notice to appear on our system. 

    If your toll notice doesn't appear using a licence plate number search and it has been more than 6 days since you travelled, contact our customer care team and we'll investigate the issue for you.

  • Information for international travellers

    Information for international travellers

    If you recently received a toll notice for travelling on an Australian toll road, it's important that you pay your toll notice to avoid further fees.

    If you feel the toll notice was issued in error, please contact us with the following information and we’ll investigate the matter for you:

    • toll notice number
    • licence plate number
    • your full name
    • date of travel

    Consider buying a pass the next time you use Australian toll roads.