Tesla’s Supercharging Plans For Australia Through 2016 – Maps

DEC 17 2014 BY STATIK 11

Tesla Australia Supercharging Map Today (Mad Max not withstanding)

Tesla-Made Australia Supercharging Map Today (Mad Max not withstanding)

The first Tesla Model S sedans were recently delivered this month in Australia (full even video can be found here).  The first Supercharger also came online in the Sydney area (two of them in the area actually) last week.

But what of Tesla’s future Supercharging plans down under?  Tesla’s official website has been, well…a little lacking with details and updates (see below).

Tesla Motor's Official "Supercharging" Maps For 2014 and 2015 At Time Of Press

Tesla Motor’s Official “Supercharging” Maps For 2014 and 2015 At Time Of Press

However, during the launch we found a few more maps showing not only where the company is today with their Supercharging infrastructure, but where they will be in both 2015 and 2016.

Tesla's Australian Supercharging Plans For 2015

Tesla’s Australian Supercharging Plans For 2015

It appears that by sometime in 2016 the entire east coast from Melbourne to Brisbane will be covered?  As for the rest of the country?  Not so much.

Tesla's Australian Supercharging Plans For 2016

Tesla’s Australian Supercharging Plans For 2016

Video (below):  Footage of Tesla’s launch of the Model S in Australia

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11 Comments on "Tesla’s Supercharging Plans For Australia Through 2016 – Maps"

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David Murray
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David Murray

Hahah. I guess Perth will be out of luck for a long time.

Robert Weekley
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I Guess that depends on how many buy a Model S in Perth, that could sway the plans!

Brian
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Brian

A Tesla can charge reasonable fast off an 80A 240V wall charger (~19 kW). A few Model S owners and a few well placed Tesla Wall chargers near Perth would provide a lot of rooming range. 😉

drpawansharma
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drpawansharma

How many people drive between perth and the eastern coast?

Ahldor
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Ahldor

Adelaide =,(

BravelilToaster
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BravelilToaster

Actually, Adelaide has a ChaDeMo DCQC according to Plugshare, and it looks like a Model S *might* make it from the last (slow) charger near Melbourne to Adelaide.

But other than that, Australia seems pretty sparse for chargers except in the cities.

Robert Weekley
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This route plan would cover the trip I made to Australia way back when – Sydney to the Gold Coast – just south of Brisbane!

It would be no where near as complete as a fellow traveler – hitch-Hiked around Australia and made it back to the Airport terminal just in time to get in line for check in – after one week booting around Auzzie Land – East Coast – Ayres Rock Southern Australia & More, all in 1 week!

ffbj
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ffbj

What about “Come by Chance,” in NSW?

Tech01x
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Tech01x

This is all fungible.. just buy more Model S’s and Tesla will accommodate .

Spec9
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Spec9

Australia is going to be a pretty slow EV market. They don’t offer much if any incentives and climate change denier Tony Abbott is unlikely to change that.

Foo
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Foo

“That’s not a charger…. THAT’s a charger.”