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Sydney toll bridges, tunnels, expressways and freeways

Sydney toll booth locations on all toll roads including Sydney Harbour Bridge, Sydney Harbour Tunnel, NorthConnex Tunnel
Toll booths in Sydney, NSW

Sydney Harbour BridgeSydney Harbour TunnelNorthConnex Tunnel Road
The Eastern DistributorWestlink M7 MotorwayLane Cove Tunnel
M2 Motorway Cross City TunnelWestConnex M8WestConnex M4, M5
South-West MotorwayWestConnex M5 EastMilitary Road E-Ramp

The Sydney Toll Calculator calculates tolls for all toll motorways, roads, bridges and tunnels in Australia for cars, trucks, buses heavy vehicles, light commercial vehicles and motorcycles for peak and off-peak hours.

The Sydney Harbour Bridge

Sydney Harbour Bridge toll booth location

The Sydney Harbour Bridge connects North Sydney with Sydney’s Central Business District. The heritage arch bridge of length 1149 meters permits traffic of all types such as vehicles, rail, bicycle and pedestrians. The toll on the Sydney Harbour Bridge is bi-directional with a variable tolling system for all southbound vehicles, towards the Central Business District.

Learn more about the Sydney Harbour Bridge.

Sydney Harbour Tunnel

Sydney Harbour Tunnel toll booth location

The Sydney Harbour Tunnel is a twin-tube road tunnel in Sydney that provides a second vehicular crossing of Sydney Harbour. This 1.3 Kilometer long tunnel connects the Warringah Freeway at North Sydney and the Cahill Expressway at the entrance to the Domain Tunnel.

Learn more about the Sydney Harbour Tunnel.

NorthConnex Tunnel Road

North Connex Map showing its toll booth location of Northconnex Tunnel

NorthConnex is a 9 kilometre long twin tube motorway tunnel. It is one of the longest road tunnels in Australia and serves as a tunnel bypass to the congested Pennant Hills Road. The tunnel road connects M1 Pacific Motorway to the M2 Hills Motorway.

How is toll calculated on NorthConnex Tunnel road

NorthConnex Tunnel road tolls are based on your Vehicle class. Trucks and buses (over 12.5m long or over 2.8m clearance height) travelling between the M1 and M2 must use the tunnels unless they have a pick up or delivery destination that is accessible only via Pennant Hills Road.

Vehicle ClassType of VehicleVehicle sizeToll Rate
Class A (also referred to as Class 4)Cars & MotorcyclesVehicles 2.8 metres or less in height and 12.5 metres or less in length$7.99
Class B( also referred to as Class 4 or HCV) ·   Trucks, buses & other heavy vehicles Vehicles over 2.8 metres in height and over 1.5 meters in height$23.97

You still have the option to use Pennant Hills Road instead of NorthConnex Tunnel if you are a

  • Light vehicles such as cars
  • Recreational vehicles such as motorhome, caravan, trailer, boat or horse float.
  • Emergency service vehicle
  • Truck or bus lesser than 12.5m long and lesser than 2.8m clearance
  • Truck or bus (over 12.5m long or over 2.8 m clearance height) with a pick up or delivery destination only accessible by Pennant Hills Road

How to pay toll on NorthConnex Tunnel road

To pay NorthConnex Tunnel toll, or for any other Sydney toll road, you could:

  • Get a Sydney pass or open an account within 5 days of your travel.
  • Open a Tag or Tagless account with Linkt. You can also backdate your travel up to 10 days after your first trip

How to pay a toll in Sydney

Paying of tolls on Sydney roads is possible through the following ways.

  • Cash
  • Regular travellers
  • For visitors

Learn more about the How to pay toll in Sydney.

What is Sydney Pass

A Sydney pass covers Sydney toll roads such as Sydney Harbour Bridge, Sydney Harbour Tunnel, NorthConnex, Cross City Tunnel, Eastern Distributor, Hills M2, Lane Cove Tunnel, Military Road E-Ramps, M5 East, M5 South-West Motorway,   WestConnex M4, WestConnex M8 and Westlink M7. It also covers other toll roads in Australia including Melbourne and Brisbane toll roads.

Learn more about the Sydney Pass.

Toll Notice in Sydney

If you drive on a toll road in Sydney and did not pay before your travel or arrange to pay for it within 10 days of travel, as the registered owner of the vehicle you will receive an unpaid toll notice or toll invoice.

What should I do if I missed my toll in Sydney

Traveling on a toll road without a tag or a pass incurs costs that are primarily dependent on the number of days ago you have travelled. There are three options depending on how many days it has been since you travelled through the missed toll.

Days since travelledWhat you can do
1-5 daysOpen a tag or tagless account or buy a Sydney pass and backdate the start date to include your trip. 
6-10 daysOpen a tag or tagless account and backdate the start date to cover your travel.
More than 10 daysIf you travelled on Sydney toll roads more than 10 days ago you should receive a toll notice by mail. Toll notices are issued to the registered owner of the vehicle and will include the cost of your tolls plus an additional fee.
Toll payment options for visitors in Sydney

Though a tag account can cover trips made up to 10 days ago on all toll roads in New South Wales, it does not cover Sydney Harbour Bridge & Sydney Harbour Tunnel. If you are paying for past travel on these two roads, a separate pass is required.

Can I just avoid toll roads altogether in Sydney

Except for both the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Sydney Harbour Tunnel, which are tolled, toll roads can be avoided in Sydney. There are alternate routes to each of the tolled motorways which do not require payment of any toll. These routes, however, are slower.

Why did I receive a toll invoice or toll notice in Sydney

If you have travelled on a toll road in Sydney without paying for it, you will receive a toll notice or toll invoice for it. The total invoice is your bill for the unpaid travel that you have undertaken along with an administration fee, and the date by which the due is to be paid.

You will receive a toll notice if:      

  • If the vehicle you are traveling in is not linked to an active tag, tagless account or a pass
  • If your tag account does not have enough money to cover your travel

How do I pay my Toll Notice in Sydney

Pay toll notices for travel on Sydney Harbour Bridge, Sydney Harbour Tunnel, NorthConnex, Cross City Tunnel, Eastern Distributor, Hills M2, Lane Cove Tunnel, M5 East, M5 South-West, Military Road E-Ramps, WestConnex M4, WestConnex M8, and Westlink M7 by the following methods: 

  • Pay online
  • Use the app of your tag provider such as Linkt, Transurban, E-way or Roam.
  • In person, paying up at a retail participating outlet
  • Over the phone through your tag provider
  • You can also pay your toll invoice using BPAY

What if I don’t pay by toll notice the due date

  • If you don’t pay your toll notice before your due date you will receive another toll notice with an increased fee. 
  • If you fail pay your toll notice altogether you may be referred to a debt collector or fined further by the government

TollGuru Trip Calculator for Australia

The TollGuru Trip Calculator calculates tolls for all toll motorways, roads, bridges and tunnels in Australia for cars, trucks, buses heavy vehicles, light commercial vehicles and motorcycles for peak and off-peak hours.


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