EV Car Charging Stations Hurstville

Welcome to our dedicated page for electric vehicle charging stations in Hurstville, New South Wales. Our interactive map features a comprehensive list of charging points, making it easier for EV owners to find nearby stations. Whether you’re visiting the Westfield Hurstville or commuting via the Hurstville Railway Station, rest assured that you’ll find a convenient charging spot. Explore the map today and contribute towards a greener and more sustainable future.

Hurstville 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

Hurstville Car Charging FAQs

What does it cost to charge my car?

Click the pin icon for any location in the map and you should be able to find a cost field which shows pricing information from others who have visited the charger. Sometimes pricing information is also listed in the description for each charger. Unfortunately for some locations there is no pricing information available.

What is the green number to the left of each Hurstville 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 Hurstville, New South Wales

Sydney, which is just a 30-minute drive from Hurstville, is one of the most popular destinations for day trips or weekend getaways. With numerous charging stations available throughout the city, it’s perfect for electric vehicle drivers. One can visit iconic landmarks such as the Sydney Opera House, Sydney Harbour Bridge, and Bondi Beach. There are also numerous art galleries, museums, and restaurants that offer a diverse range of cuisines.

Alternatively, you could head south to the Royal National Park. It’s about a 45-minute drive from Hurstville and is ideal for nature lovers. This park offers stunning coastal views, bushwalks, picnic spots, and even whale watching in winter. Plenty of charging stations are available along the route and near the park for electric vehicle drivers, making it an eco-friendly adventure. Source: Wikipedia / Google

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