The around Australia route (the big lap) refers to following as much of highway One as possible passing through (depending on starting point ) Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Norseman, Perth, Broome, Darwin, Townsville and Adelaide, adding a Tasmania leg to the trip is highly recommended but this is dependent on pre-booking a Spirit of Tasmania trip that fits the schedule. Highway One also passes through the Queensland locations of Normanton, Croydon, Georgetown and Cairns, but still has a combined total of 120kms of single lane road, this should be dual lane by late 2021. Of the tens of thousands of people that complete the big lap every year the vast majority take at least 8 weeks and often over six months, they are tourists after all, those in a hurry travel via aircraft. This is an important point as many still believe long distance travel in an electric vehicle will never be possible, many separately believe it's out of reach until rapid fast chargers replace every fuel bowser around the country, DC is certainly convenient between locations of interest but not critical for tourists that spend much of their time parked up while sightseeing, eating or sleeping. For the record: Of the ten (known) electric vehicle journey's around Australia 7 have been completed in Tesla's ( 5 model S, 2 model X), plus one each in a Nissan Leaf, converted MG and converted VW, of those ten 3 have been Queenslanders, 3 West Australians, 2 from NSW, one from the Northern Territory and one from the Netherlands.The first Tesla was @RichardMcN in Tessie, the fastest trip was 19 days by @Murbs in a model X 90D.