Electric Vehicle Charging Stations Buderim

Welcome to our comprehensive map of electric vehicle charging stations in Buderim, Queensland. This user-friendly tool ensures you can easily locate charging points while exploring the Sunshine Coast hinterland. Discover the charm of Buderim Village, the tranquillity of Buderim Forest Park, or the stunning views from Foote Sanctuary, all while knowing your electric vehicle’s needs are catered for. Navigate Buderim’s green initiatives with confidence using our detailed charging station map.

Explore Buderim Charging Locations

  • 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

Buderim EV Charging FAQs

What does it cost to charge my car?

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

What is the green number to the left of each Buderim 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?

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 Buderim, Queensland

One popular driving destination from Buderim, Queensland is the Noosa National Park. The drive is approximately 40 kilometres and takes around 45 minutes, making it easily accessible for most electric vehicles on a single charge. The scenic route offers stunning views of the coastline and once you get to the park, you can explore its lush rainforests, crystal clear beaches and diverse wildlife. It also offers charging stations where you can fuel up your EV while enjoying the natural beauty.

Another interesting destination is the city of Brisbane. At 100 kilometres away, it’s a slightly longer drive, but still comfortably within the range of many electric vehicles. The journey takes you through charming small towns and past beautiful farmlands. Brisbane itself has an array of attractions to explore, such as the South Bank Parklands, Queensland Art Gallery, and cultural precinct. The city is well-equipped for electric cars with numerous charging stations available throughout the city, ensuring your EV is ready for the return trip to Buderim. Source: Wikipedia / Google

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