Hi all, I have my 70D coming in Feb (hopefully!), and my wife has already proposed we try and drive to Adelaide in the thing. Of course i'm keen, but this will be my first big trip, and even if the car comes on time i'll only have had a couple of weeks in it at most, so looking for some pointers and advice. We plan on doing the Snowy Valleys Way, and then heading South West to Adelaide. I'll break up the trip into the sections I think we'll do. 1. From Sydney to Gundagai via Bowral (dinner) and Goulburn (top up). I don't see any problems with this part. Sleep the night in or around Gundagai. 2. Gundagai to Yarrangobilly, then back up to Tumut, the down to Tumbarumba. 225kms We'll be stopping along the way, probably have lunch in Tumut, and plan on staying the night at Tumbarumba. I will need to work out how to charge overnight here. Will a 10A charge be enough to fill me up? Or will I need to find an electric shop? 3. Tumbarumba to Wodonga. 192kms I don't see a problem with this bit. We'll be stopping along the way again doing walks and whatnot. Wodonga I can supercharge. Stay the night at Wodonga or maybe the destination charging place in Aubury. 4. Wodonga to Bendigo via Euroa. 163kms, 138kms I'll charge up to full at Euroa, then Euroa to Bendigo is 138kms. The plan here is to go to the destination charger at the Bendigo cafe and charge up. It's a 16A wall charger there, any thoughts on how long it will take to fill me up? Ideally we'd have lunch here then leave afterwards with a full charge. This is where things get a bit tricky... 5. Bendigo to Bordertown. 364kms This one will be tight, I assume. The 70D is rated at 442kms, but i suspect you'd be dreaming to expect to get this? Will it make 364kms from Bendigo to Bordertown? Our other option is there's a guy on plugshare at Horsham which is only 215kms, so much more palatable. But, it's a 15A charger, so I couldn't just supercharge up and be on my way, I'd have to spend hours/the night there. I chose Bordertown because of the 15A powered campsite I could make use of, and also it's pretty central between Bendigo and Adelaide. 6. Bordertown to Adelaide. 271kms I assume this bit should be fine? 271kms should give me wiggle room to stop on the way for sight seeing, etc? The other option is from Bendigo onwards I ignore plugshare, we work out where we want to stay, and I just make phone calls to electric shops and see if they'll let me charge. The idea for the trip isn't just to plow through and get to Adelaide, we want to make stops on the way (which could be beneficial - can possibly charge while we wander around). Would love to hear any thoughts on this. Thanks! Nick.