Sydney Harbour Bridge and Harbour Tunnel
The Sydney Harbour Bridge and Tunnel are used by over 43 million vehicles each year, making them two of the busiest roads in NSW.
Avoid additional tolling fees - fit your tag correctly
Drivers who travel the Sydney Harbour Bridge or Tunnel without a correctly installed and functioning tag may incur fees.
- No tag fee: 55 cents to match a vehicle’s number plate to an existing toll account if a tag is not detected when travelling on the Sydney Harbour Bridge or Tunnel.
- Toll notice transfer fee: $1.10 for people using the Sydney Harbour Bridge or Tunnel and pay a toll notice using a tag account.
- Toll notice administration fee: An increase to $10 charged to drivers who receive a toll notice for crossing the Sydney Harbour Bridge or Tunnel with no tolling account.
The changes bring RMS in line with all other NSW toll road operators.
Remember, avoid the fees by ensuring a tag is correctly installed and functioning.
Find out how to make sure your tag is fitted correctly.
If you have an Roads and Maritime Services E-Toll account we may waive the deposit fee on a second or third tag.
Time of day tolling
Time of day tolling was introduced on the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Tunnel to help ease traffic congestion and to encourage motorists to travel outside peak hours where possible.
Cost of travelling southbound on the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Tunnel
|6:30am - 9:30am||$4|
|9:30am - 4pm||$3|
|4pm - 7pm||$4|
|7pm - 6:30am||$2.50|
|Weekends and Public Holidays||Cost|
|8am - 8pm||$3|
|8pm - 8am||$2.50|
Fully electronic tolling - get a tag or pass
Fully electronic, or ‘cashless’ tolling allows motorists to experience quicker travel times by easing congestion at toll points. There are no points along these roads where you can stop to pay cash. Motorists are required to pay the toll charge electronically by establishing either an electronic tag or pass account.