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  1. Chuq

    Supercharger - Kojonup, WA

    I've been told a Tesla supercharger is coming to Kojonup, WA - on what is currently a vacant block of land on Benn Parade. My source is verbal, and has a history of being trustworthy on these matters (and has confirmed this is OK to share publicly), but there isn't any physical/written...
  2. Blue heaven

    West Australian Track Day

    The Tesla Owners Club of Western Australia is holding a track day event on 18th March 2023 from 8:00am. Places are strictly limited for those who want to drive their cars quickly on a safe private race track. The venue for the event is Driver Risk Management at 16 Grogan Rd, Perth Airport WA...
  3. Chuq

    Supercharger - Albany, WA

    I missed this one for quite a while... Albany council meeting of September 2021 - records the fact that the CEO & Mayor signed an agreement to lease land in the "CBD Carpark" (I assume this is the one right next to the council offices and the Visitor Information Centre) for a 3-bay...
  4. M

    Supercharger - Margaret River, WA

    New 3 stall V3 reported as under construction at Margaret River in South West WA. About 110km from the existing Eaton site. And 270km from Perth which would enable larger battery cars to skip Eaton altogether.
  5. Chuq

    Supercharger - Lancelin, WA

    Shire of Gingin has unanimously voted to support a lease to Tesla for a supercharger station at Lancelin (125 km north of Perth)...
  6. Murbs

    Supercharger - Perth (Karrinyup) West Australia

    It looks like there are going to be two planned Supercharger sites in Perth within the next twelve months - one in Perth and this one in the northern Perth suburbs...
  7. Techno-phile

    Perth Showroom and Service Centre

    We are only just behind the Gold Coast, but the lease has been signed for an old Renault site on Scarborough Beach Road, Osborne Park. Google Maps
  8. Murbs

    Supercharger - Williams (WA)

    It looks like Western Australia's Eaton Supercharger is going to lose its coveted most isolated Supercharger in the world honor when Tesla installs a supercharger station at Williams Woolshed early next year.
  9. Blue heaven

    News from Western Australia

    News from Western Australia As many would know the WA South West have had in place for the past two years the excellent RAC electric highway, a series of DC charge stations that puts about 85% of the states population within 100kms of a fast charger, this covers thereabouts 10% of the states...
  10. cashie

    Supercharger -Eaton (WA)

    Has anyone got any info on the planned Bunbury Supercharger yet? Find Us | Tesla Australia
  11. T

    Buying a Model S in Western Australia

    Hi all, I'm seriously looking at buying a 2015 Model S 85D in the next couple of weeks from a private seller, is there anyone that can help with: 1) What support there is in Perth from Tesla. 2) A good insurance company that doesn't charge an absolute fortune. 3) What warranty I should make...
  12. cashie

    Tesla in Western Australia

    I'm wondering when we might expect some official Tesla presence in Perth. Having reserved a Model 3 and considering a Model S I'm pretty concerned by the total lack of Tesla presence in the state. I'm sure this will eventuate but I would have expected at least a shop front somewhere in Perth by...
  13. Ulmo

    One fifth of Western Australia homes have PV

    PV Magazine Mobil: Western Australia's rooftop solar now state's 'biggest power station' One fifth of Western Australia (WA) homes have solar roof tops. Another fun fact from that article: the grid utility signed two and three decade dirty power contracts (coal & gas; during these solar...
  14. E

    RAC WA Launch Electric Highway Website.

    RAC WA Launch Electric Highway Website. RAC Electric Highway | RAC WA
  15. MDK

    WA Electric Highway

    The RAC has offered to fund several EV fast charging stations in the South West and has been in successful contact with local councils. The REV Project has been planning this for a while, but the RAC involvement is a big deal The below article appeared in Saturday's The West Australian (dead...