EV Charging Stations in Melbourne City Centre

Welcome to our comprehensive map of electric vehicle charging stations in Melbourne City Centre, Victoria. Navigate the intricate lanes of this vibrant city, from the bustling Queen Victoria Market to the iconic Flinders Street Station, with ease knowing a charging station is always within reach. Our user-friendly map ensures your trip through Melbourne’s heart remains uninterrupted, making sustainable travel in our beloved city both convenient and enjoyable.

Melbourne City Centre Charging Stations Map & Legend

  • 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

Melbourne City Centre Charging Location 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 Melbourne City Centre is submitted by other users, so we can’t guarantee it’s accuracy.

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?

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 Melbourne City Centre, Victoria

Just a short 90-minute drive from Melbourne City Centre, the picturesque Mornington Peninsula offers a wealth of attractions for a leisurely day drive. This peninsula is home to beautiful beaches, world-class wineries, and charming seaside towns. The coastal drive along the Nepean Highway to reach the peninsula is quite scenic and is lined with charging stations at regular intervals, making it ideal for electric vehicles. Once there, you can explore the vineyards of Red Hill or enjoy the natural hot springs in Fingal.

Another popular driving destination from Melbourne is the Great Ocean Road, one of Australia’s most famous coastal routes. Spanning over 243 kilometers, this journey treats you to breathtaking ocean views, lush rainforests, and iconic landmarks like the Twelve Apostles. There are multiple charging stations along the route, such as in Torquay and Apollo Bay, making it feasible for electric vehicle owners. The entire journey could take 2-3 days, so plan for overnight stays in one of the charming towns along the route. Source: Wikipedia / Google

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