Nullarbor Fuel Prices

Submitted: Sunday, Aug 11, 2013 at 18:27
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The following are fuel prices for across the Nullarbor, Pt Augusta to Norseman. All prices are before any discounts (shopper dockets etc).
Prices will obviously vary with world oil prices, Aussie dollar etc, but will give an indication of relative costs.
Prices are presented as ‘U’ for regular Unleaded, ‘D’ for diesel, and ‘G’ for Gas (where available). I did not note any Premium Unleaded, and did not notice any biodiesel signs, so I assume they are regular diesel. However, I take no responsibility if biodiesel is provided and you do not want to use it.

5th August, Port Augusta:
Coles/Shell near Big4… U155.9; D157.9;
Mogas, north of the bridge: U157.9; D157.9; G83.9
Caltex Woolies, Tassie St: U155.9; D156.9
Caltex, Highway 1, near railway bridge: U155.9; D158.9; G83.9
BP, causeway: U155.9; D156.9; G83.9
Coles/Shell, causeway: U155.9; D157.9; G83.9

6th August, Kimba: Mogas U164.9; D166.9; G91.9

6th August, Wudinna: Caltex U160.9; D161.9; G90.9

6th August, Ceduna:
Coles/Shell, McKinnon St: U158.9; D161.9; G83.9
BP, McKinnon St: U166.9; D162.9; G94.0
Caltex, McKinnon St: U163; D165
Mogas, highway, east side: U158.9; D161.7; G82.9
Ampol, highway, east side: U161.9; D159.9;
BP, highway, west side: U162.9; D163.9; G86.9

7th August, Penong, Caltex U166.9 D160.9

8th August, Nundroo, Liberty U169.9; D166.9
8th August, Nullarbor, Mobil U202.9; D207.9; G133.7 (ouch)

8th August, Eucla, Caltex U194.0; D194.0; G116.0

8th August, Mundrabilla, Mogas U198.0; D194.0; G116.0

9th August, Madura, Shell U210.0; D202.0; G125.0

9th August, Cocklebiddy, Shell U205.0; D202.0; G127.0

9th August, Caiguna, BP U209.0; D202.0; G126.0

9th August, Balledonia, BP U204.3; D200.0;

11th Aug, Norseman, BP near rail-X U171.3; D167.9; G127
11th August, Norseman, Caltex U170.9; D168.9**; G120.9
** Caltex advertised billboard price was 166.9 for diesel, but 168.9 on the pump – naughty!

Hope this helps.
Cheers and safe travelling.
glids
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Reply By: cookie1 - Sunday, Aug 11, 2013 at 21:51

Sunday, Aug 11, 2013 at 21:51
Priceless information for those planning trips out that way - well done

Will be looking for similar information around Kimberley and down to Adelaide for next year

cheers
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Reply By: Member - Peter M (QLD) - Monday, Aug 12, 2013 at 08:21

Monday, Aug 12, 2013 at 08:21
Thank you Glids
I have been putting off thinking about a Nullabore trip as my GU Patrol runs on LPG & ULP and at 31.5ltrs per 100 is expensive to run. Without the price advantage of LPG I couldn't do it.
Once again thank you for your work
Regards
PeteM
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Follow Up By: ray j4 - Monday, Aug 12, 2013 at 22:14

Monday, Aug 12, 2013 at 22:14
Hi peter,
Is that a typing error talking about LPG and ULP running your car at 31.5 ltrs per 100 km. I'm thinking that can't be right.
Regards Ray J4
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Follow Up By: Member - Peter M (QLD) - Tuesday, Aug 13, 2013 at 08:13

Tuesday, Aug 13, 2013 at 08:13
I wish it was a typo.
I have been keeping fuel records for the last 4 years & that is around the best we get.
A big headwind and fuel consumption increases. Currently a little over 3kms to the ltr.
I have been told by mechanics and other owners that towing a van with 4500 GU waggon the consumption is about right.
Thanks for the question Ray
Regards
PeteM
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