If you're travelling to Sydney, a go via account will cover your toll road trips. To avoid receiving a toll notice, just make sure your vehicle is linked to your account. Any tolls you incur will be charged to your account. 

If you travel without a tag, but the vehicle you're driving is linked to your account, you'll be charged a video matching fee, as well as the toll.

Alternatively, you can buy a pass for Sydney travel from Transurban Linkt.

To calculate your Sydney toll travel costs, visit the Transurban Linkt Sydney toll calculator.

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  • Can I use my tag on other toll roads?

    Can I use my tag on other toll roads?

    Yes, your go via tag will work on any toll road in Australia.
  • What should I do if I travelled on a toll road?

    What should I do if I travelled on a toll road?

    If you've travelled on a toll road and don't have an account, you can buy a pass to cover it if you do so within 3 days.

    Alternatively you can open an account within 7 days of travel.

    If you don't buy a pass or open an account within these time frames, a toll invoice will be sent to the vehicle's owner for each trip made. It can take up to 4 weeks after you travel for a toll invoice to be sent to the vehicle's owner.

  • How do I pay my toll invoice or demand notice?

    How do I pay my toll invoice or demand notice?

    It's important to pay your toll invoice by the due date to avoid additional fees. If you don't pay by the due date, you'll be issued with a demand notice, which will include additional admin fees.

    You can pay your toll invoice in one of the following ways:

    • Make a quick online payment
    • Pay in person at participating 7-Eleven, United Petroleum, Puma or newsagent outlets. You can pay using a debit card, credit card or cash
    • Contact our customer care team and we'll help organise your payment for you

    If you weren't the driver when the invoice was incurred, you can transfer the invoice or notice to someone else by completing a toll invoice nomination online.

  • I have an account but I received a toll invoice

    I have an account but I received a toll invoice

    You may have received a toll invoice if:

    • you were driving a car that hadn't been added to your account
    • your account was suspended at the time of travel

    Your account may have been suspended if:

    • you didn't made a payment by the due date
    • an auto payment failed

    You can check or update your payment details by logging in to your account.

    If you have a pre-paid account, make sure your balance stays above the required $20 minimum. If your account balance is low, your tag will beep 3 times as it passes through a toll point. You can check your balance 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.