If you’ve got a Tesla and plan to drive from Sydney to Melbourne any time soon, consider yourself in luck.

On Thursday, Tesla Motors launched two new Supercharger stations in Goulburn, New South Wales and Wodonga, Victoria — the first two supercharger stations available outside Australia’s urban centres, a Tesla spokesperson told Mashable Australia — and perfectly positioned to help with the more than eight-hour commute.

Aimed at supporting city-to-city travel, a Supercharger uses multiple Model S chargers to load up a Tesla Model S with around 270 kilometres (167.77 miles) of range in only 30 minutes. At around 80% battery charge, it will typically let the driver get to the next charging station without incident. Read more…

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Tesla adds two Supercharger stations in Australia for city-to-city travel