Tesla & EV Charging in Cessnock

Welcome to our interactive map of Electric Vehicle (EV) charging stations in Cessnock, New South Wales. A progressive city nestled in the Hunter Valley, Cessnock is leading the way in supporting sustainable travel. Our map offers current and prospective EV owners easy access to charging locations across the city. From the heart of Cessnock to the nearby vineyards of Pokolbin, we’re making eco-friendly travel more accessible. Explore our map today and join us in driving a greener future.

Cessnock EV Charging Points: Map and Legend

  • Green = L1/L2 chargers for the general public (installed by business/government)
  • Orange = High power locations (eg: Tesla Superchargers) available to the general public
  • Grey = ev charging stations are currently full

Cessnock EV Charging FAQs

What is the cost of charging at each location?

Pricing information can be found by clicking on any location in the map above. Please note that pricing information for Cessnock is submitted by other users, so we can’t guarantee it’s accuracy.

What is the green number to the left of each Cessnock charging location?

The green score is a rating given by other users of the charging station. Similar to a Google maps review score a higher score (10) indicates a more positive experience from users while a lower score (1) is the opposite. Check-in’s and general comments don’t impact the overall score.

Which locations are tesla compatible?

The ports section of each charging location will list the types of plugs that are available. Consult your owners manual to see if they’re compatible with your vehicle.

More about Cessnock, New South Wales

A popular driving destination from Cessnock, New South Wales, suitable for an electric vehicle is the picturesque city of Newcastle, located just about 52 kilometres away. Newcastle is a vibrant city with a rich history, beautiful beaches, and a growing food and arts scene. With numerous charging stations along the way and in the city, it makes for a worry-free electric vehicle road trip. You can explore the historic Fort Scratchley, relax at Nobby’s Beach or dine in one of the fantastic restaurants at Darby Street.

Another interesting destination is the scenic Blue Mountains, approximately 190 kilometres from Cessnock. This World Heritage site is famous for its dramatic landscapes, including the Three Sisters rock formation, stunning waterfalls and charming gardens. Although it’s a longer drive, there are several charging stations en route and in the area, ensuring that electric vehicle drivers can enjoy the journey without range anxiety. The Blue Mountains offers various outdoor activities like hiking, rock climbing, and abseiling for adventure enthusiasts, as well as quaint towns like Katoomba and Leura for those seeking a more laid-back experience. Source: Wikipedia / Google

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