Car Charging Stations Burnie

Welcome to our interactive map of electric vehicle charging stations in Burnie, Tasmania. This user-friendly tool aids residents and visitors in locating charging points conveniently located across our city. From the vibrant Makers’ Workshop to the pristine shores of West Beach, you can explore Burnie and beyond with confidence. As Burnie continues to embrace sustainable practices, we’re proud to support your eco-friendly transport choices. Navigate this map and make your journey in Burnie smooth and environmentally friendly.

Burnie Charging Stations Map & Legend

  • Green chargers are generally level 1 or 2 chargers for the general public. These may occur a fee
  • Orange ev chargers are are high power charging locations like Tesla Superchargers for example
  • Grey stations are are currently at capacity or are full

Burnie 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 score next to each 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 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 Burnie, Tasmania

One of the popular driving destinations from Burnie, Tasmania for electric vehicle owners is Launceston. It’s around 148 kilometers and takes approximately 1.5 hours via National Highway 1. Launceston is one of Australia’s oldest cities which boasts stunning Victorian and Georgian architecture, a lively food and wine scene, and beautiful scenic spots like the Cataract Gorge Reserve. Multiple EV charging stations along the route make this journey smooth and hassle-free for electric vehicle users.

Another interesting destination is the Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park, which is approximately 140 kilometers away from Burnie. The park offers some of Tasmania’s most iconic wilderness experiences, from its craggy peaks to reflective lakes and abundant wildlife. The drive to the park is a unique journey through the heart of Tasmanian wilderness. With careful pre-planning, an EV user can find charging points en route to ensure they can complete this journey with ease. Source: Wikipedia / Google

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