WestConnex has a distance-based tolling system which means motorists only pay for the section of motorway they use. 

Tolls for the using the full length of WestConnex will be capped at a maximum amount of $10.06 ($2021).

Heavy vehicles pay higher tolls reflecting the greater wear and tear these vehicles have on motorways. 

A distance-based toll applies on the WestConnex M4 between Parramatta and Haberfield/Ashfield and WestConnex M8 between Beverly Hills (King Georges Road) to St Peters (St Peters Interchange).

Tolls will begin on the other stages of WestConnex when they open to traffic. 

Un-tolled alternative routes are available for all WestConnex motorways. View them here using our trip compare tool

Toll prices – cars and motorcycles

Once all stages of WestConnex are complete there will be a maximum capped toll for the entire WestConnex of $10.06. *For passenger vehicles only. *In 2021$.

Journeys on the M5 East between General Holmes Drive to Marsh Street, both eastbound and westbound, will remain free.





MAXIMUM TOLL* (2021$) 

Widened New M4  

Now open 

Parramatta (Church Street) to Homebush (Homebush Bay Drive) 



New M4 Tunnels 

Now Open 

Homebush (Homebush Bay Drive) to Haberfield (Parramatta Road and City West Link) 



WestConnex M4

Now Open

Parramatta (Church Street) to Haberfield (Parramatta Road and City West Link) 



WestConnex M8

Now Open

Beverly Hills (King Georges Road) to St Peters (St Peters Interchange) 



M5 East  

Now Open

Beverly Hills to General Holmes Drive  



M4-M5 Link 


Haberfield to St Peters  

























Toll increases 

After tolling commences, indexation (increases) of prices will be consistent for all WestConnex projects. There will be an increase of 4% or the consumer price index (CPI) per annum (whichever is greater) until 2040. After that, CPI will apply. 

Toll calculator

Motorists can estimate the cost of Sydney toll road travel, including on the WestConnex motorway network via the Linkt Toll Calculator 

For projects still under construction, motorists can estimate the cost via the Linkt Future Toll Calculator

You are legally required to pay a toll

Motorists travelling on the WestConnex motorway network are required to pay a toll and any associated administration charges. The tolls and any charges can be paid via a tag, pass or app. A requirement to pay a toll or charge includes a requirement to pay any administrative charges imposed.

To pay for travel on WestConnex visit Linkt (hyperlink to this page - or call Linkt Customer Care on Linkt customer care 13 33 31

It is an offence for the driver of a vehicle that passes a toll point to not pay a toll or charge payable for the use of the tollway. If you travel on a toll road without making an arrangement to pay the toll within 3 days, the toll recovery process will commence.

Administrative fees

A 55c video matching fee (when a vehicle does not have a tag and is identified as such) applies in a number of circumstances, including a tagless account, when a tag fails to read, or when a tag is not valid. This is an administrative charge to assist in recovering the cost of collecting the toll.

Toll Notices

A Toll Notice may be issued to the registered operator of the vehicle detected. The letter will request payment of the toll and an administration fee to recover the cost of collecting the toll.

If you pay with an electronic tag account: Pay the toll + $1.10 toll notice transfer fee per toll infringement (this is a discounted amount).

If you receive a toll notice in the mail:

Toll Notice:  $10 toll notice administration fee per toll infringement (or $1.10 (a discounted amount) if transferred to valid tag account).

Final Toll Notice: $20 toll notice administration fee per toll infringement (or $2.20 (a discounted amount) if transferred to valid tag account).​​​

To pay your toll notice online visit Linkt (insert this link -

Further information

For general enquiries, account management or further tolling information contact Linkt customer service:

13 33 31

7am–7pm, seven days a week

WestConnex is a multi-concession Toll Scheme – which means that each of the different parts of WestConnex that make up the WestConnex network have different Toll Operators.

WestConnex has three Toll Operators. Depending on your travel, whilst your trip will be handled as a single toll transaction whilst on WestConnex, one or more of the following Toll Operators will apply:

  • WCX M4 PT Pty Ltd                  (the M4 between Church St and Ashfield/Haberfield)
  • WCX M5 PT Pty Ltd                  (the M8 and M5 East east of King Georges Road)
  • WCX M4-M5 Link PT Pty Ltd    (the future link between M4 and M8 and Rozelle)

Entry and Exit points on the M4 motorway (Toll Operator is WCX M4 PT Pty Ltd):

  • Church Street
  • James Ruse Drive
  • Silverwater Road
  • Hill Road
  • Homebush Bay Drive
  • Concord Road
  • Strathfield
  • Haberfield
  • Ashfield

Entry and Exit points on the M8 and M5 East motorway (Toll Operator is WCX M5 PT Pty Ltd):

  • King Georges Road
  • Kingsgrove Road
  • Bexley Road
  • Princess Highway
  • Marsh Street
  • General Holmes Drive
  • St Peters

Confirm your toll

Use the Linkt toll calculator to work out the cost of your WestConnex trips by checking where you entered and exited the motorway and the cost for that trip.

The cost of your actual trip will depend on when and how far you travel, the type of vehicle you drive and the account or pass you choose. If you travel without an account or pass, additional toll notice admin fees may also apply.

You can also compare your tolled and untolled travel options with Trip Compare.

If you want to dispute a charge on a tolling account, please contact your tolling provider.

For further questions about Toll relief in NSW, please visit Service NSW or Linkt Assist.

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