Best EV charging apps in Australia vary by state. There are now 19 EV charging providers operating public DC or AC EV chargers in Australia that I have registered with, plus a number of other EV apps to use with my electric vehicle. Some of these EV chargers may also be used with an RFID card, great if you or the charger doesn’t have mobile connectivity. I’ve listed them here RFID Cards
- Plugshare – all kinds of EV chargers and their locations
- AGL app, an app to show and access AGL electric vehicle chargers
- AmpCharge for charging at the Ampol Ampcharge EV network DC chargers.
- Chargebay Pty Ltd app for their EV chargers
- Chargefox app for location and access to Chargefox EV charging network. Chargefox also provide an RFID card
- ChargeNGo Australia app for their EV charger location
- ChargePoint app for location and access to ChargePoint ev charging network. Due to ChargePoint’s withdrawal from Australia recently, ChargePoint chargers in Australia no longer work through the app, you may need their RFID card to release the plug.
- Elanga app for Elanga EV charging network and Elanga also provide an RFID card .
- EO app for EV charging using EO chargers which are now appearing in Australia
- Everty app, an app showing public and private electric vehicle chargers for use. Everty also provide an RFID card
- Evie app for location and access to Evie electric vehicle charging network and Evie also provide an RFID card .
- EVUp have a large network in Australia and say you don’t need an app yet for their electric vehicle chargers
- Exploren app for location and access to Exploren electric vehicle charging network. You can also register any RFID card with Exploren by visiting a charger with the app and a RFID card.
- Get Electric app for location and access to Get Electric electric vehicle charging network
- Jolt app for location and access to Jolt EV charging network
- Linga Networks is a provider of AC and DC electric vehicle charging in regional areas of Australia and their website says they plan to have an app shortly
- Origin 360 EV Charge app from Origin Energy for public EV chargers linked to Origin’s network
- Member Jungle app for Tesla Owners Club of Australia. Has some good tips about EV charging and other info.
- Monta is an overseas network that is now appearing in Australia. Monta also provide an RFID card
- NRMA app . Click on the fuel bowser symbol in the app and filter for location of NRMA EV charging network
- Smart Charge app for location and access to Smart Charge EV charging network. Smart Charge also provide an RFID card
- Tesla app for my Tesla electric vehicle
- Virta app for access to the Virta EV charging network. A UK and European company which has now entered Australia with links to some chargers in Qld. They charge a monthly fee whether you use them or not, so I won’t be registering with them unless they are a last resort.
Some of these companies offer RFID cards which are great, as you can keep them in your car and use them to activate the charger without your phone.