Travelling on toll roads

If you travel on a toll road, you need to pay a fee. 

Toll fees may be fixed or can vary depending on the time of day you travel, how far you travel and the class of vehicle you're driving.

Toll roads  are cashless so you'll need to arrange payment before or after you travel.

Get a toll tag account or pass

You can set up an electronic tag account or purchase a casual pass to pay toll fees. Doing this can you save time and money and avoid the extra fees involved when a toll notice is issued. 

If you travel on a toll road without a tag or pass: 

  • a toll notice will be issued for the toll fee plus additional administrative costs
  • the longer a toll fee remains unpaid, the more money you will owe. 

Toll costs

Pay a toll trip

If you have a tag or pass, toll road fees will be charged automatically using your chosen payment method.

If you do not have a tag or pass, a toll notice will be sent to the registered operator of the vehicle. The toll notice will include the toll fee plus additional administration costs. 

You can pay a toll notice or check for outstanding toll trips online:

Learn more about how to pay a toll trip or toll notice.

Dispute a toll notice

If you believe the toll notice was issued incorrectly, you can dispute a toll notice

Nominate another driver

If you were not driving the vehicle at the time and you know who was, you can submit a statutory declaration for a toll notice.

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Last updated: 10 July 2024

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