EV Charging Stations in Blackburn

Welcome to our comprehensive map of Electric Vehicle (EV) charging stations in Blackburn, Victoria. This tool is designed with the forward-thinking residents of Blackburn in mind, who are making the shift to sustainable transportation. Our map showcases a range of charging stations located near key landmarks such as the Blackburn Lake Sanctuary and South Parade shopping precinct. Navigate the map to find conveniently located EV charging points and join us in driving towards a greener future.

Blackburn Charging Stations: Map & Key

  • 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

Blackburn Car Charging FAQs

How much does each charger cost?

The cost to charge your vehicle at each location can be found by clicking on the pin icon. Prices vary from a fixed fee to variable rates based on time depending on the charger and who owns each location.

What does the score given to each charging location mean?

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.

How do I know if the charging location is compatible with my car?

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 Blackburn, Victoria

One popular destination from Blackburn, Victoria for electric vehicle owners is the Mornington Peninsula, which is just under 70 kilometres away. This stunning coastal region is known for its pristine beaches, vineyards, golf courses, and hot springs. Plenty of charging stations are available throughout the route and at the peninsula itself, allowing for a comfortable journey. The region’s wineries such as the Red Hill Estate and Montalto are must-visits, while nature lovers can enjoy a day at the Peninsula Hot Springs or explore the coastal trails at Point Nepean National Park.

Another interesting drive is to the Dandenong Ranges, located approximately 20 kilometres east of Blackburn. This mountainous area offers stunning views, walking trails, and charming villages with cafes and antique shops. The popular Puffing Billy Steam Railway also runs through the area. The short distance makes it an ideal destination for electric vehicles. Make sure to stop by the William Ricketts Sanctuary, a peaceful retreat nestled among the ferns and eucalyptus of the mountain range. There are charging stations available in the town of Dandenong and along the route to ensure your electric vehicle doesn’t run out of charge. Source: Wikipedia / Google

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