David RM and Dborn are in the process of investigating in depth what can be done to facilitate “mobile” charging. Tesla has indicated that only a low power wall connector will be supplied for Australia that is, one that can be set for any of the following 10, 20, 32, or 40 amps. This unit needs to be hard wired and wall mounted as the name indicates. It will NOT be easily switchable between the settings noted, and such change will need to be done by someone knowledgeable with electrical safety. This means that if you travel to a regular destination, you could purchase a second unit for your destination. However if you wish to travel more freely, this is obviously not an option. Since superchargers, if they eventuate for Australia, will be some way down the track and will only be on the major routes anyway, some form of mobile charging will be necessary. We are investigating possibilities with Chargepoint 30A chargers, 15A sites such as caravan parks, and 10A standard home sockets. To assist us, could we please have an indication of interest in the outcome, including the type of site you are interested in (charge station, caravan park, home)? It would help us greatly in terms of sourcing necessary equipment and in talking to third party providers. Some of the equipment which may be required will need bulk orders greater than 100 units from the manufacturer. Once we have some definitive answers we will post again on this thread to explain our technical thinking and obtain commitments if a bulk purchase is required. We will of course run our deliberations past Tesla for their approval as we would not want to risk voiding warranties etc. We will also be meeting with Chargepoint for their advice.