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EV Charging Stations for Tesla Electric Cars

Are you a proud Tesla owner, keen to explore Australia without worrying about your EV running out of charge? Well, if you haven’t heard of Evie, we have a nationwide network of over 200 fast and ultra-fast EV charging stations, all compatible with Tesla electric cars, including the Tesla Model 3 and Tesla Model Y.

Curious about charging times, costs, or the reasons behind Australians’ preference for Evie? Keep reading – we cover it all!

How Evie Elevates the Tesla Charging Experience

Let’s keep it simple and straight to the point.

  • Speedy Charging Sessions: At Evie sites, you can find 50kW, 75kW, 150kW, and 350kW chargers. So, whether it’s a quick boost during your daily drive or a full charge for a road trip, we’ve got you covered!
  • Reliability: We’ve designed our stations with reliability in mind, ensuring we deliver consistent and efficient charging sessions so you have a seamless charging experience every time.
  • Convenience: Our stations are conveniently located in metro, regional and highway locations, with nearby amenities. So. whether you’re driving in your local area or planning a road trip, our chargers keep you charged and on the go.
  • Access real-time charging insights with the Evie app: Our user-friendly app provides real-time insights into your Tesla’s charging progress, including kWh delivered and your vehicle’s state of charge. Download the Evie App today.

Tesla Home EV Chargers

Depending on your lifestyle and driving behaviour, a home charger may be the perfect solution.

If you’re considering installing a Smart AC Home Charger for your Tesla, Evie offers a powerful 7kW single-phase EV smart charger that delivers ~45km of driving range for every hour of charging. There’s also the option to upgrade to our 22kW three-phase charger. And that’s not all! Each bundle comes with a $200 Evie charging voucher, available to use at any of Evie’s public chargers across Australia.

Say goodbye to relying on slow home socket charging. Check out our home charging solution for more details.

Why Tesla Owners Choose Evie Networks

Tesla owners choose Evie for our reliable, efficient, and convenient charging solutions. Whether you’re exploring Perth or cruising along the eastern seaboard, our chargers ensure you travel with confidence, knowing a compatible station is never far away.

What sets Evie apart? Our dedication to your experience. Enjoy nearby amenities like shopping centres and cafes, plus our user-friendly app for a seamless charging experience.


What kind of EV charger does a Tesla use?
All Teslas can charge at any Evie charging site using the CCS2 plug.

How long does it take to charge a Tesla electric car?
How long it takes to charge your Tesla at an Evie charger depends on several factors, including:

  • Charging station speed: Charger speeds (e.g., 50kW vs 150kW) affect charging time.
  • Your vehicle’s state of charge (SOC): Generally, a lower SOC (e.g.20%), charges faster than a higher SOC, as the charge rate starts to slow down once your vehicle reaches a higher SOC (-approx. 75% – 80% capacity).
  • Your vehicle’s battery size: A larger battery will allow your Tesla to travel further on a single charge, but will take longer to charge.
  • Your vehicle’s battery temperature and climate conditions: Extreme temperatures can affect charging speed.
  • Sharing the one charger: If two people charge simultaneously (using the same unit but different plugs).Here are some indicative timings based on the charger speed and vehicle SOC:
    • 350kW and 150kW chargers: 20-35 minutes (20% to 80%)
    • 75kW/50kW chargers: 40-55 minutes (20% to 80%)

If we put the EV jargon to the side, charging time is often compared to everyday activities. With faster chargers (150kW-350kW), it’s like a quick trip to the restroom or grabbing a snack. Slower chargers (50kW) give you more time, perfect for enjoying a meal or doing your grocery shopping.

How much does it cost to charge a Tesla electric car?
The cost depends on factors such as battery size and charger speed. Here’s an example of indicative costs charging from 20% to 80% with a 75kW battery:

  • 150kW – 350kW Chargers: Typically between $25 to $45
  • 50kW/75kW Chargers: Typically between $15 to $28Please note that these are approximate costs. We encourage drivers to refer to the Evie app for site-specific and up-to-date charging costs.