Tolls for travel with a trip pass
Motorists who don’t have a tag or non-tag account will need to buy a trip pass, which provides access to EastLink for a single trip in one direction. Each trip pass costs $5.57 for a car, $2.78 for a motorcycle, $8.90 for a light commercial vehicle and $14.75 for a heavy commercial vehicle. There is an additional trip pass purchase fee ($2.65) when buying one or more trip passes at an over the counter location instead of by phone or online at EastLink.com.au.
Tolls for travel with tags and accounts
The price of your trip on EastLink will depend on the class of your vehicle, and the EastLink toll zones you travel on.
For cars with tags:
An important note about tolls and GST.
Find out how to pay your EastLink tolls.
EastLink Tolls (valid 1 Jul 2012 until 30 Jun 2013) (26.6 Kb)
EastLink Tolls (valid 1 Jul 2011 until 30 Jun 2012) (26.3 Kb)
Car tolls range from as low as 30 cents up to a toll cap of $5.57. The toll cap is the maximum toll for a single trip in one direction.
Motorcycle tolls range from 19 cents up to a toll cap of $2.78. Motorcycles don't need tags and are not charged image processing fees.
Light commercial vehicle tolls range from 59 cents up to a toll cap of $8.90.
Heavy commercial vehicle tolls range from 98 cents up to a toll cap of $14.75.
Taxi tolls are $2.55 for a trip on the toll zone between Springvale Road and Ringwood Bypass (i.e. through one of the EastLink tunnels), and $2.41 for a trip on any part of EastLink south of Maroondah Hwy.
Each trip made without a tag will be charged an additional 26 cents image processing fee.
CityLink is the other tollway in Melbourne. CityLink is operated by another company. CityLink tolls are published on their website.