Using toll roads
All Sydney toll roads are cashless. This means you need an electronic tag or pass to pay your tolls.
By law, you must pay the toll when you drive on a toll road. Signs leading to a toll road have the words 'TOLL' or ‘TOLL E e’ in black letters on a yellow patch.
Tags, passes and toll notices
Tags are useful for people regularly using toll roads. Passes are designed for visitors to use on a temporary basis. Find out about tags and passes.
If you don’t already have an electronic tag, you can set up a temporary electronic pass before you leave home, or up to 3 days after you use a toll road.
If you don’t make an arrangement to pay within 3 days of the trip, the toll road operator will issue a toll notice to the registered operator of the vehicle. The toll notice requests the toll charge plus an administration fee.
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Use our interactive map to set your entry and exit points and calculate the toll charges that map apply for your chosen route.
View a list of toll charges by motorway and vehicle class.
Motorways and major roads display estimated travel times to key exits and intersections, to help you understand your journey.
Some - but not all - rental car companies include electronic toll payment options as part of the use of the vehicle. Make sure you're prepared if you'll be using a rental car on toll roads.
Queensland and Victoria also have toll roads, and all electronic tags can be used in all states. Passes are state specific, so make sure you get one for each state where you'll be using toll roads.