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Queensland Electric Super Highway map

The Queensland Government in collaboration with local councils and other partners is rolling out the Queensland Electric Super Highway to encourage, support and accelerate the uptake of electric vehicles in Queensland. It will allow Queenslanders and tourists to travel from the Gold Coast to Cairns and from Brisbane to Toowoomba in a low or zero emissions vehicle. The fast chargers will be installed in convenient, safe locations close to major highways where there are existing amenities such as cafes, restaurants and shops. For a limited time charging electric vehicles at these stations will be free.

These sites are being rolled out progressively and the project will be complete by early 2018.

There are many other public charging stations in Queensland and around Australia, please note that the majority are not high power and charging time will vary. Further information can be found on PlugShare, a global EV charging location and journey planning map.

A map of Queensland, showing a red line connecting Cairns, Tully, Townsville, Bowen, Mackay, Carmila, Marlborough, Rockhampton, Miriam Vale, Childers, Maryborough, Coory, Brisbane, Helensvale and Coolangatta, and from Brisbane to Gatton and Toowoomba

Supporting partners

  • Cairns Regional Council
  • Whitsunday Regional Council
  • Mackay Regional Council
  • Gladstone Regional Council
  • Fraser Coast Regional Council
  • Cassowary Coast Regional Council
  • City of Townsville
  • James Cook University
  • Rockhampton Regional Council
  • Bundaberg Regional Council
  • Noosa Council
  • The University of Queensland
  • Gold Coast Airport
  • Queensland Rail
Last updated
17 October 2017
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