Brisbane tolls are deducted from your account or pass as you travel.
If you travel on a Brisbane toll road without an account or pass, you can pay for your travel by buying a pass within 3 days of your first trip. If you don't organise to pay within 3 days, a toll invoice with additional fees will be sent to the vehicle's registered owner.
Brisbane's Linkt network comprises 70 km of toll roads linking the greater Brisbane area. The network connects Brisbane's Bruce Highway, Pacific Motorway, Ipswich Motorway and Western Freeway and helps you avoid city traffic congestion.
Brisbane toll roads:
You can cover your trips on certain toll roads* even after you've travelled. Provided it's within 7 days of the date you travelled, add the car to your account and you'll be covered.
When adding the car to your account, you'll have a choice to set a start and end date. The start date can be backdated by up to 7 days. If you travelled more than 7 days ago a toll invoice or notice will be sent to the car's registered owner.
To add a car to your account after you've driven, follow these steps:
We'll match the licence plate to your account and any trips will be charged to your account along with a small fee for travelling without a tag.
*In NSW you can backdate your Tag, Tagless or Commercial account up to 7 days to cover travel on Eastern Distributor, Hills M2, Lane Cove Tunnel and Westlink M7. If you’ve travelled on Cross City Tunnel, Sydney Harbour Bridge & Tunnel, WestConnex M4, or M5 South-West Motorway backdating is not available.
Other states: Backdating is available for all QLD toll roads and Citylink in Victoria. Backdating is not available for Eastlink in Victoria.
How to cover your travel when you have recently used a toll road
Toll roads are roads that you must pay to travel on.
In Australia, all toll roads are electronically tolled. There are no cash tollbooths. How much you pay generally depends on how far along the road you travel and the class of vehicle you are driving.
If you're a visitor to Sydney or only need to use toll roads for a short time, you can buy a Sydney Pass.
If you've travelled on a Sydney toll road, and you don't have an account, you can pay for your tolls by buying a Sydney Pass within 3 days or opening a Tag account or Tagless account within 7 days of your first trip.
After 7 days, you will be posted a toll notice, which will include additional administration fees.
You may have received a toll invoice or notice if:
Your account may have been suspended if:
To avoid toll invoices or notices, make sure your account is always topped up and active. If your account balance is low, your tag will beep 3 times as it passes through a toll point. You can check or update your payment details by logging in to your account.
If you have a Commercial account, make sure you pay your monthly statement by the due date to avoid having your account suspended.
If you're renting a vehicle, please check with your rental company first about how to pay for planned or unplanned toll road travel.
Different rental companies offer various payment options to pass toll charges on to their customers.
Some rental companies offer a direct tolling option, which automatically debits your credit card every time you use any toll road. Other companies require you to purchase a toll day pass for each day of toll road use.
Often, your rental vehicle will already be linked to a toll account managed by your rental company. The rental company’s toll account may override any toll payment arrangement you make with us, and may result in unexpected charges or penalties being applied by your rental company.
The cost of your trip depends on your vehicle class and the distance you travel. Towing a trailer or caravan may change your vehicle’s class and therefore increase the cost of your toll road trips.
If you have a registered trailer or caravan with its own licence plate, we recommend you add this to your account:
Adding your licence plate will help you avoid a toll invoice or notice with additional fees.