Westlink M7 is a major connecting road on Sydney's orbital motorway network. It runs for 40 km and links the M5 at Prestons (in the South) with the M4 (Eastern Creek) and the M2 (West Baulkham Hills in the North).
Westlink M7 improves your transport options between the Liverpool, Fairfield, Blacktown and Baulkham Hills communities. Using the Westlink M7, you can bypass up to 48 sets of traffic lights on the trip from Baulkham Hills to Prestons.
Westlink M7 is 50% owned by Transurban and 50% owned by Western Sydney Road Group.
Westlink M7 is an electronically-tolled road with no cash tollbooths. Linkt accounts and passes can be used to pay for Westlink M7 tolls. To pay for your travel, open a Tag account, a Tagless account or buy a Sydney Pass.
Vehicle length and height – Vehicle dimensions on NSW toll roads include (without limitation) any towed vehicles such as a trailer, caravan or boat, and items placed on the roof of the vehicle or vehicles with elevated roofs.