Tesla Supercharger stations in Australia open to non-Tesla EVs

Key Points

  • ⚡ Nearly half of Tesla Supercharger stations in Australia now open to non-Tesla EVs.
  • 🌏 Tesla opened 30 out of 63 Supercharger stations to non-Tesla EVs in Australia.
  • 🔌 List of Tesla Superchargers open to all electric vehicle brands provided.
  • 💰 Pricing for non-Tesla EVs: $9.99/month for Supercharging Members, $0.78 per kWh for non-members, up to $1.00/minute idle fees.
  • 🌐 Non-Tesla Supercharger pilot program available in several countries, showing Tesla’s openness to other EVs.
  • 🚗 Tesla charging infrastructure growth likely due to more automakers adopting Tesla’s North American Charging Standard (NACS).

Nearly half of all Tesla Supercharger stations in Australia have been opened to non-Tesla electric vehicles (EVs) owners. The move marks a milestone in Tesla’s open Supercharger program. 

Tesla opened 30 out of 63 Supercharger stations to non-Tesla (EVs). The Driven lists the following Tesla Superchargers as open to all electric vehicle brands: 

  • Tuggeranong, ACT 
  • Tailem Bend, SA 
  • Mount Gambier, SA 
  • Clare, SA 
  • Berry, NSW 
  • Blaxland, NSW 
  • Campbelltown, NSW 
  • Knockrow, NSW 
  • Tenterfield, NSW 
  • Wollongong, NSW 
  • Bathurst, NSW 
  • Dubbo, NSW 
  • Hollydene, NSW 
  • Narooma, NSW 
  • Tamworth, NSW 
  • Gympie, QLD 
  • Rochedale, QLD 
  • Toowoomba, QLD 
  • Bendigo, VIC 
  • Box Hill, VIC 
  • Cann River, VIC 
  • Colac, VIC 
  • Geelong, VIC 
  • Moe, VIC 
  • Mornington, VIC 
  • Shepparton, VIC 
  • Yea, VIC 
  • Warrnambool, VIC 
  • Margaret River, WA 
  • Williams, WA

Tesla Owners Club Western Australia provided a peek at the fees of the open Superchargers. For customers with a Supercharging Membership, the price to use a Supercharger stall on a non-Tesla EV is $9.99 per month. For those who aren’t members, Tesla charges $0.78 per kWh, and Idle fees are up to $1.00 per minute. 

The Non-Tesla Supercharger pilot program is currently available in the United States, Australia, France, The Netherlands, Norway, the United Kingdom, Spain, Sweden, Belgium, Austria, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Luxembourg, Switzerland, Iceland, Italy, Mainland China, and Türkiye. In its Q1 2023 Update Letter, Tesla Supercharger stations saw a 33% growth year-over

Tesla’s charging infrastructure will likely grow exponentially since more automakers are adopting the company’s North American Charging Standard (NACS). Tesla NACS is making its mark on the electric vehicle industry in North America. Recently, Texas stated it would require companies to include Tesla NACS connectors to electric vehicle stations across the state. EV charging providers must have Tesla NACS connectors to their stalls to be eligible for federal funding in Texas. 

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