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You are seeing all 892 known fuel stations within 30 kilometers of Melbourne offering Low-aromatic Unleaded.
While we do our best to show correct average daily pricing details for Victoria since no real-time station pricing is available figures may from time to time be inaccurate.
We currently have no average fuel pricing data for OPAL in Melbourne. We're working on it.
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There is no fuel history for the past month here in Melbourne.
Low-aromatic Unleaded overview
We are actively working towards displaying near real-time fuel pricing for Melbourne and other VIC towns and cities. In the interim price changes refresh hourly.
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Low-aromatic Unleaded fuel stations in Melbourne
There are 892 known petrol stations near Melbourne offering
Total stations: 892
Inactive / offline fuel stations near Melbourne
There are currently no petrol stations near Melbourne marked as either inactive or offline.
Click through to see detailed fuel pricing details for each fuel type in Melbourne.
- E10: $1.91
- Unleaded 91 (
ULP 91): $1.94
- Premium Unleaded 95 (
PULP 95): $2.09
- Premium Unleaded 98 (
PULP 98): $2.16
- E85: -
- E5: -
- Diesel: $2.06
- Premium Diesel: $2.08
- LPG: $0.95
- Electric Vehicle charge: -
- B20 Diesel: -
- Compressed Natural Gas: -
- Liquefied Natural Gas: -
- Low-aromatic Unleaded: -
- Lead Replacement Petrol: -
- Ultra-low-sulfur Diesel: -
Average retail fuel prices update daily.
Melbourne’s fuel pricing trends
Melbourne typically has a 20 day pricing cycle for petrol fuels (ULP 91, PULP 95, PULP 98 and e10). There is a variance of up to a fortnight in the length of pricing cycles for the above fuel products.
Melbourne’s fuel pricing cycles for the above petrol product are subject to irregular cycles exhibiting abrupt peaks and/or prolonged periods of downward trending pricing outside of the typical pricing cycle.
Fuel products such as diesel and LPG are not affected by pricing cycles.
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Monitoring Melbourne since: November 2, 2017