I'll be doing a tour of Europe in a Model X in a few weeks, and as I plan the trip it occurs to me that we are really being under-supported in Australia when it comes to Superchargers. I acknowledge that Australia is remote, but we buy a lot of Teslas. I see them every day driving around Sydney. We are down to a single Supercharger station in Sydney, and stations are still incredibly sparse all over the nation. London has 9 stations, the UK has 39. France has 62 stations. Germany has 59. In almost any direction in any part of Western Europe the spacing is 100km between stations. We could use 5 stations in Sydney (North, Hills, West, South-west, South) in addition to City and St Leonards. WA could use at least 5 stations (Perth, Bunbury, Albany, Geraldton, Carnarvon). We need one on the way to the Hunter Valley (eg. Morisset) because Heatherbrae is not on the way to the Hunter Expressway. Singleton or Muswellbrook. Need one at Tamworth, Dubbo, Mildura, Griffith. Need one at Hobart, Devonport, Campbell Town, Strahan. Need coast road Sydney to Melbourne. Need Brisbane to Cairns, and Toowoomba, Armidale and Glen Innes. Come on Tesla, move your a**!