Save more money on tolls in NSW

affordable charge toll relief

Do you spend more than $375 a year in tolls? The new Toll Rebate Scheme will give back up to $750 a year. It will replace the old scheme, where motorists had to spend over $1,400 a year on tolls to receive a rebate.

Toll Rebate Scheme in NSW

The new Toll Rebate Scheme is forecast to more than double the number of motorists who receive toll relief. This is how it works:

  • For tolls paid up to 30 June 2022, you continue to receive vehicle registration relief until 30 June 2023.
  • The Registration Relief Scheme ends 30 June 2023.
  • For tolls paid from 1 July 2022, you receive quarterly rebates in early 2023 under the new program.
  • The M5 South West Cashback Scheme continues but, if you opt-in to this scheme, you can’t get further toll relief on the M5 South-West.

Who is eligible for relief on tolls?

Eligible private and small business motorists can get toll relief. They can receive a 40% rebate for every dollar over $375 spent on tolls, up to a maximum of $750.

Who is eligible for toll relief?

• Drivers of NSW privately registered light vehicles
• NSW residents
• Those with an E-Toll or Transurban Linkt account, and
• License plate(s) linked to their personal toll account.

Small business customers must have a toll account with an ABN and up to two active light vehicle tags.

For more about tolls, see Travel expenses in Sydney and Wagga Wagga.