Westlink M7 is a major connecting road on Sydney's orbital motorway network. It runs for 40km and links the M5 South-West with the M4 and the Hills M2.

The M7 is an electronically-tolled road with no cash tollbooths. Linkt tags and passes can be used to pay for all your Australian toll road travel, including 
Westlink M7 tolls. To pay for your travel, open an account or buy a pass.

Events & notifications

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Contractors, Oversize Vehicles, Developers

Register to access M7 Motorway

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Pay a toll notice

Pay a toll notice or search for a toll notice using your licence plate number

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Pedestrians and cyclists

Learn more about the shared path for cyclists and pedestrians along the Westlink M7

Common questions about Westlink M7

  • I travelled on Westlink M7, how do I pay?

    I travelled on Westlink M7, how do I pay?

    If you've already travelled on Westlink M7 you can pay for your travel by buying a pass or opening an account through our preferred retailer, Linkt. 

    If you've used Westlink M7 you can buy a Sydney pass or open a Linkt Tag or Tagless account after you've travelled, but there are time limits for doing so.

    For the Sydney pass, you have 3 days after your first trip to buy a pass.

    For a Tag or Tagless account, you have 7 days after your first trip to open an account.

    If you don't cover your travel in these time frames, a toll notice with payment instructions will be posted to the vehicle's registered owner.

  • Can cyclists travel on Westlink M7?

    Can cyclists travel on Westlink M7?

    Cyclists may travel on Westlink M7 but are encouraged to use the Shared Path for pedestrians and cyclists that runs alongside the toll road. 

    If you wish to ride your bicycle on the toll road, we recommend the following safety tips:

    • Wear high visibility clothing with reflective fabric
    • Travel with your lights on both during the day and at night to increase your visibility
    • Stay within the shoulder and breakdown bays
    • When riding with others, ride in single file, not abreast
    • Do not use headphones while cycling
    • Always wear an approved bicycle safety helmet
    • Observe variable speed limits and watch for incident response crews

    Find out more about the Westlink M7 Shared Path

  • What should I do if my vehicle breaks down on Westlink M7?

    What should I do if my vehicle breaks down on Westlink M7?

    What to do if your vehicle breaks down on a toll road

    • Stop your vehicle in an emergency stopping lane or breakdown bay
    • Switch on your hazard lights
    • If safe to do so, exit the vehicle from the passenger side and wait behind a safety barrier until help arrives
    • Call the Westlink M7 Control Room on 9834 9261 or use one of our roadside emergency phones
    • Abandoned vehicles may be impounded, charges will apply

    What to do if you are unable to stop in an emergency lane or breakdown bay

    • Park as close to the side of the road as possible
    • Turn on your hazard lights
    • Call the Westlink M7 Control Room on 9834 9261
    • Exit your vehicle and wait behind a safety barrier until help arrives
    • If you can't get to a barrier and it is safe to do so, remain in your car until help arrives
  • Report an issue with Westlink M7

    Report an issue with Westlink M7

    For any issues relating to the operation or maintenance of Westlink M7 please call us on 9834 9200 or email Westlink M7

  • How do I calculate my travel costs?

    How do I calculate my travel costs?

    You can calculate your Westlink M7 tolls and the cost of toll road travel throughout Sydney using the Linkt Sydney toll calculator.