Tesla & EV Charging in Concord

Welcome to our comprehensive map showcasing all the electric vehicle charging stations in the heart of Concord, New South Wales. Created keeping in mind the needs of environmentally conscious road warriors, the map highlights stations located near key landmarks such as Concord Golf Club and Majors Bay Reserve. Navigate easily through the green expanse of Concord and plan your journeys smoothly with our user-friendly guide. Drive green, stay charged!

Map Legend for Concord Charging Stations

  • Green charging stations are general public chargers that have been installed by business or government.
  • Orange charging stations are are high power public chargers that are generally CHAdeMO, CCS/SAE Combo or Tesla Superchargers
  • Grey charging stations are locations that are currently in use/full

Concord EV Charging FAQs

What is the cost of charging at each location?

The cost to charge your vehicle at each location can be found by clicking on the pin icon. Prices vary from a fixed fee to variable rates based on time depending on the charger and who owns each location.

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

A station’s score reflects the experience of its most recent users. When a user reports a negative experience at a station, its score drops. When a user reports a positive experience, the station’s score rises. A neutral comment or check-in does not affect 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 Concord, New South Wales

From Concord, New South Wales, a scenic drive to the Blue Mountains is a popular choice for electric vehicle (EV) users. This UNESCO World Heritage site is just a two-hour drive away and offers breathtaking landscapes, waterfalls, and walking trails. Multiple EV charging stations are available en route, including at Penrith, Springwood, and Katoomba, ensuring your battery doesn’t run low. Once there, explore iconic sights like the Three Sisters, Echo Point Lookout or take a ride on the Scenic World Railway.

Another interesting destination for EV drivers is the Hunter Valley, one of Australia’s premier wine regions. A two-and-a-half-hour drive from Concord, this area boasts over 150 wineries. You can charge your EV at Sydney, Berowra or Cessnock en route. Indulge in some wine tasting, enjoy gourmet food or even take a hot air balloon ride. Both these driving routes from Concord not only offer beautiful sights but also have adequate facilities for electric vehicles, making them perfect for a short getaway. Source: Wikipedia / Google

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