Tesla & EV Charging in Mascot

Welcome to our comprehensive map of electric vehicle charging stations in Mascot, New South Wales. Designed for the evolving needs of electric vehicle owners, this interactive tool helps you locate charging stations in proximity to key landmarks such as the Sydney Airport and University of New South Wales. With this user-friendly resource, navigating the sustainable streets of Mascot has never been easier. Experience effortless green mobility today!

Explore Mascot Charging Locations

  • 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

Mascot Charging Location FAQs

How do I find the cost of each location?

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

What is the green number to the left of each Mascot 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 plugs are available at each location?

Clicking the pin for any location will reveal the types of plugs available. At some locations there are multiple charging plugs available. You may also wish to read the description as some users provide further information on charging plugs in that section.

More about Mascot, New South Wales

From Mascot, NSW, an exciting destination to drive to in an electric vehicle is the Blue Mountains, approximately 90km away. Known for its stunning natural beauty, the Blue Mountains offer a plethora of activities like bush walking, rock climbing and exploring the local wildlife. There are numerous charging stations available en route and in the Blue Mountains area itself, making it a feasible journey for electric vehicles. The scenic route from Mascot to the Blue Mountains via the Great Western Highway is a favourite among many Sydney-siders.

Another popular destination is the Hunter Valley, located roughly 160km north of Mascot. Recognised as one of Australia’s major wine regions, it offers more than 150 wineries, gourmet food experiences and beautiful landscapes. The trip can be comfortably made in an electric vehicle with charging stations available along the Pacific Motorway and within the region itself. This trip combines the pleasures of a scenic drive with the delights of a wine-tasting tour, making it a perfect weekend getaway. Source: Wikipedia / Google

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