Cundletown and Coolongolook service stations are providing the best value for money if you’re looking for a place to fill up.
Ethanol 94 (E10) can be picked up at both Cundletown stations for 124.3/L.
If you are heading south, Coolongolook petrol stations have it for 125.9/L.
Taree and Wingham vary with the cheapest at 124.7 and 130.9 the most expensive. For Tuncurry and Forster, expect to pay about 129.9. You will be set back 131.5 at Gloucester.
Tinonee is the best place to go for unleaded 91 at 123.9 followed by Cundletown at 126.3.
Taree averages 129.9 with Wingham peaking at 134.9.
You can expect 131.9 in Tuncurry and Forster. Coolongolook outlets are slightly cheaper at 130.9. If you’re in Gloucester, the cheapest is 133.5.
Cundletown outlets provide the cheapest Premium 95 fuel at 138.3. It is available for 139.9 at Coolongolook and 143.4 at Forster.
Expect to pay upwards of 141.9 in Taree and 148.9 at an outlet in Wingham.
Coopernook comes out on top for Premium 98 at 142.9. An outlet in Taree has it for a staggering 155.9. The average for Taree and Wingham sits at around 145 while Tuncurry, Forster and Gloucester exceed 150.
Diesel exceeds the State average by up to seven cents a litre in some areas. It can be found in Taree for 126.9 and Wingham for 130.9. The cheaper option for Forster- Tuncurry residents is 134.9.
Due to its location, Coomba Park averages between 10 and 15 cents more expensive across all fuel types.
This information is taken from the NSW government’s FuelChecker website.