EV Charging Stations in Launceston

If you’re the proud owner of a tesla or an electric vehicle in general, you might have found yourself Googling “charging stations near me” recently. To help you find ev & tesla charging stations in Launceston we’ve included a map below which shows all charging stations across Launceston and Tasmania.

Map Legend for Launceston Charging Stations

  • 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

Launceston EV Charging FAQs

How do I find the cost of each location?

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 does the score given to each charging location mean?

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 Launceston, Tasmania

Launceston is a riverside city in Tasmania’s northwestern region. The Cataract Gorge, with panoramic vistas, strolling pathways, landscaped gardens, and a chairlift, is its most famous feature. Exhibitions on Tasmanian history can be seen in the Queen Victoria Museum, which is housed in a 19th-century railway workshop. Its sibling Art Gallery, Royal Park, is located across the river. The Tamar Valley’s vineyards go along the Tamar River to the north-west. Source: Wikipedia / Google

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