Fuel prices in Melbourne

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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 hope to resolve this soon.

Today's average fuel price for ULP 91 in Melbourne is $1.37 per litre, that is 1 cent less than yesterday with prices starting to come down.

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Hit the All time button below to see the timing of long-term peak and low pricing levels here in Melbourne.

  
Fuel price movement last month: $1.12 to $1.38

👍 Today's cheapest ULP 91 fuel stations in Melbourne

  • Caltex logo(2)
  • Puma logo(1)
  • BP logo(1)

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👎 Today's most expensive ULP 91 fuel stations in Melbourne

  • Coles Express logo(9)
  • United logo(3)
  • BP logo(6)
  • Liberty logo(1)
  • Caltex logo(1)

Find out how we calculate the most expensive fuel stations in Melbourne.


Melbourne ULP 91 overview

  • Lowest price: $1.15
  • Highest price: $1.45
  • Average price: $1.37

All ULP 91 fuel stations in Melbourne

There are 838 petrol stations near Melbourne offering ULP 91.

See all 838 ULP 91 stations


Click through to see detailed fuel pricing details for each fuel type in Melbourne.

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.


Excerpt last updated: 9 hours ago
Monitoring Melbourne since: November 2, 2017


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