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Superchargers in Australia
Possible locations for future Superchargers

Open (200 stalls, 37 sites)

Australian Capital Territory (6 stalls, 1 site)
New South Wales (100 stalls, 17 sites)

Victoria (50 stalls, 10 sites)

Queensland (26 stalls, 5 sites)

South Australia (12 stalls, 3 sites)

Western Australia (6 stalls, 1 site)

Tasmania
  • :(
Northern Territory
  • :(


Under construction / Permit / Planned (25 sites)

Australian Capital Territory
  • :(
New South Wales (8 sites)
  • Sydney (Central/Homebush), NSW - Q4 2021
  • Sydney (East/Woolahra), NSW - Q4 2021
  • Wollongong, NSW - Q4 2021
  • Armidale, NSW - Q1 2022
  • Tenterfield, NSW - 2022
  • Newcastle, NSW - 2022
  • Holbrook, NSW - 2022
  • Blaxland, NSW - 6 stalls - unknown
Victoria (8 sites)

Queensland (4 sites)
  • Brisbane (West/Toombul), Qld - 6 V3 - Q2 2021 - under construction
  • Bundaberg (Childers), Qld - Q4 2021
  • Rockhampton, Qld - Q1 2022
  • Brisbane South, Qld - 2022

South Australia
  • :(

Western Australia (3 sites)

Tasmania (2 sites)

Northern Territory
  • :(

Closed / replaced

New South Wales

Victoria
  • Euroa, Vic - Temporary 2 V2 sled site from Sep 2015 - October 2017. Replaced by permanent
  • Warrnambool, Vic - Temporary 2 V2 sled Dec 2018 - July 2020. No replacement. Now targeted Q4 2021

Proposed but subsequently dropped

New South Wales
Victoria
 
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Chuq

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Unfortunately I can't edit the first post, so here is an update:

Plus as a bonus: Handy guide to checking council records for DA updates! (Google Sheet link)
This is basically a fancy list of links, but the idea is that you choose a site that no-one has checked recently and then browse the DAs for progress - then update with your name and date so people know it has been checked.


Thread index below - note, please do not create a new thread unless an actual location is known - otherwise the forum will get flooded!

Australian Capital Territory
  • Canberra, ACT - Planned
New South Wales
Victoria
Queensland
  • Brisbane, Qld - Open (10-Aug-2017)
  • Gympie, Qld - Planned
  • Gold Coast, Qld - Planned
  • Toowoomba, Qld - Planned
South Australia
Western Australia
New Zealand
  • Auckland, NZ - Planned
  • Christchurch, NZ - Planned
  • Geraldine, NZ - Planned
  • Hamilton, NZ - Open (23-Feb-2017)
  • Omarama, NZ - Planned
  • Palmerston North, NZ - Open (30-Dec-2017)
  • Taihape, NZ - Planned
  • Taupo, NZ - Open (29-Oct-2017)
  • Wellington, NZ - Planned
  • Whangarei, NZ - Planned
 

Chuq

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Mark E

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still no sign of any superchargers for Tassie...sniff...why has Lord Elon forsaken us...

watching this for something to happen in Campbell Town:

Development Applications - Northern Midlands Council
I suspect that its really a combination of numbers and distances - with fewer cars visiting and the (relatively compared to the mainland) short distance for trips it's probably a lower priority than some of the regional mainland sites.

I'd love to drive my S around Tassie, but to be honest it's dramatically more cost effective to fly and hire a car than to pay for the ferry. Admittedly that would mean putting up with an inferior car, which makes other destinations more appealing. I'm sure that I'm not alone here.

Hopefully you will get one soon.
 
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ShockOnT

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I suspect that its really a combination of numbers and distances - with fewer cars visiting and the (relatively compared to the mainland) short distance for trips it's probably a lower priority than some of the regional mainland sites.

I'd love to drive my S around Tassie, but to be honest it's dramatically more cost effective to fly and hire a car than to pay for the ferry. Admittedly that would mean putting up with an inferior car, which makes other destinations more appealing. I'm sure that I'm not alone here.

Hopefully you will get one soon.
I've done it!
Ferry is definitely a nuisance though, takes a lot of time and not very comfortable.
Driving around Tassie was pretty easy with the usual planning...
 
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meloccom

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The TMC Oracles have made this Thread a Wiki as requested.
Due to a ‘Undocumented Feature’ of the Forum software it is necessary to change the Original Poster (OP), otherwise the OP would not be able to modify any existing posts in this thread. #ItsComplicated.
 

Chuq

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Thanks @meloccom!

I've updated the first post. The thread can now be pinned, renamed, if you would like it to!

I've taken out the NZ ones since they have their own forum now. Perhaps @Miggy would like his post moved to a similar thread in the NZ forum?

Welcome to delete my update (post #3) as well, since it's now redundant!
 
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Anubis

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Does Australia have any v3 Superchargers?
Now that my SR+ will have an update to charge faster (with v36.1), it will be interesting as to where these chargers are located.
 

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