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Tasmanian Branch

Test drive an electric vehicle at Electrikhana Hobart!
March 2nd at the Hobart Showgrounds - follow this link for details and to book tickets:


The Tasmanian branch aims to represent the EV interests of individuals and businesses throughout the state.

Meeting dates are: 21/11/18 (Hobart), 30/1/19 (Devonport), 27/3/19 (Hobart), 29/5/19 (Launceston), 31/7/19 (AGM, Hobart), 25/9/19, 27/11/19. 
Meetings are in Hobart unless otherwise indicated and we can accommodate Skype attendees.

For more information please contact our chairperson Penny Cocker: or our secretary Christopher Walkden:
To join the AEVA, click on the membership tab above and fill in the details.  Once a member you'll get regular email updates.
To be put on our mailing list for non-members please send an email to: with the word "subscribe" in the subject field.

Membership Drive!
We have a prize to give away for anyone who joins the AEVA Tas branch between now and March 2nd (Electrikhana).  Join now and be in the draw for a luxury Tesla limousine tour from Hobart to the top of Mount Wellington (kunyani) and return, with thanks to Tesla Limousine Tours. Simply do an on-line membership application and we will include you in the draw.


AVASS Electric Buses for sale!

AVASS are selling their fleet of zero emission electric buses, providing you with a rare opportunity to purchase THREE long-range, fully electric buses.  AVASS are offering as a package:

 2 x Matilda City Buses (A11 & A3)
 1 x Augusta Touring Coach
 1 x High Voltage Rapid Charger (Single Port)
 1 x High Voltage Rapid Charger (Dual Port)

Hunter Valley EV Fest! August 18th - Newcastle University

Hunter Valley EV Fest

August is National Science Week, and the AEVA is supporting the Hunter Valley EV Fest!

Visit for more details!

With events happening throughout spring, including the EV Prize for schools and colleges, it's going to be a fun and informative day out!

Lufra to Lookout Hillclimb & Car Show

Lufra to Lookout Hillclimb
"The most beautiful, coastal, hillclimb event in Australia".  Short, steep racing, with each run lasting approximately 100 seconds.  You nominate a time and are judged on how close you can come to that time.  Perfect for EVs. 

The current record-holder for EV drag racing in Tasmania is entered in this event.  This is the only view that most people get of this speed machine: