Electric Vehicle Charging
The Port of Sale has a sustainable focus with an Electric Vehicle charging station installed at the Wellington Centre car park on Grand Canal Road.

Wellington Shire Council is committed to investing in a sustainable future with a strong focus on reducing emissions. The Electric Vehicle Charger located in the Port of Sale precinct is part of this project.


Port of Sale (Wellington Centre Car Park), Grand Canal Road

Two car spaces converted to electric vehicle only with access to a 75kw DC Tritium Destination Charger on the Evie platform.

What you need to know...

By 2040, it is anticipated that 61% of all passenger vehicle sales will be electric.

  • Electric vehicles create less air and noise pollution and can be run completely carbon neutral when powered by renewable energy.
  • The average motorist drives only 37km per day. EVs can easily accommodate this daily range with some models offering 400km plus on a single charge.
  • Charging times are reducing quickly as technology advances.

Can all EVs access the charging network?

Yes. The charging stations are open source, meaning they are accessible to drivers of all electric vehicle models.

How can I charge my vehicle at these stations?

There is a small fee of 40c/kwh associated with charging. Payment is through the Evie app. Once you activate the charger via the app:

  1. Plug your cord into the machine.
  2. Press the green button.
  3. Please ensure the cord is carefully placed to avoid a trip hazard for pedestrians.
  4. When your vehicle is charged or you wish to leave the station, press the stop button, unplug your cord and continue on your way. Have a safe journey.

What parking rules apply?

These parking spots are designated as ‘Electric Vehicles Excepted Only’.

Electric vehicle drivers will need to adhere to any normal parking restrictions that apply at that location.

If you do encounter the wrong vehicle parked in this space, prohibiting EVs to park and charge, you can report it to Wellington Council’s Customer Service Centre on 1300 366 244.

What is the difference between AC and DC charging?

The electricity grid delivers AC (alternating current) but EVs charge their batteries with DC (direct current). An electric vehicle has an on-board charger to convert AC power to DC.

DC chargers deliver power directly to the battery of EVs at a much higher rate but have a more complex design and cost more. Most home and destination chargers are AC.


Port of Sale (Wellington Centre Car Park), Grand Canal Road
1300 366 244
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