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Settle Toll Invoice

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An EastLink toll invoice may be sent by email, SMS or post.

You have three options when settling an EastLink toll invoice online:

  • pay it in full

  • nominate someone else as the driver or owner at the time of travel

  • transfer it in full (including fees) to a tolling account (except EastLink accounts) provided your vehicle was linked to the account at the time of travel &/or is currently linked to the account.

If a request to transfer an EastLink toll invoice to a tolling account is rejected by our website then it must be paid directly with us. You may need to contact your tolling account provider to resolve a problem with your account.

You cannot transfer an EastLink toll invoice to an EastLink account. We would already have done that if it was possible.

If your vehicle is a Taxi, you cannot transfer an EastLink toll invoice to an account - you can only pay it or nominate someone else.

If you have received a Transurban Linkt Melbourne / CityLink toll invoice you must contact Transurban Linkt Melbourne directly to settle it, even if you have an EastLink account. Follow the instructions on the invoice.

Outstanding debts

We may list a number of outstanding EastLink toll invoices for you or your vehicle. If at this time you don't want to settle any of the invoices listed, un-tick the tick that is displayed next to the invoice, and then proceed. Remember: EastLink toll invoices should always be settled by the Due Date.

There may be an outstanding debt shown for an EastLink toll invoice that has proceeded to a Victoria Police infringement penalty (i.e. a fine). This outstanding debt still needs to be paid, and includes the fees relating to the EastLink toll invoice, plus any additional trips on the invoice that were not referred by us to Victoria Police for the infringement penalty.

Hardship Policy

We recognise that people can experience real financial hardship and may need additional assistance and flexibility. More details about our Hardship Policy

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