Council is partnering with Evie Networks to install an Electric Vehicle Charging Station in Nagambie.

It will also mean the Nagambie community is contributing to achieving Net Zero Emissions.

The stations are powered by 100 per cent renewable energy meaning they will be sustainable into the future as the cost of living and petrol prices increase.

The stations will be able to service over 90 per cent of the EV market with CCS2 and Chademo charging ports.

Three location options have been determined for the charging station and we are calling on the Nagambie community to share their thoughts on their preferred location.

Have your say by voting on which location you think is best.

This project is being funded by the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning as part of the Destination Charging across Victoria program.

Please note: Strathbogie Shire Council wishes to apologise for any confusion caused in the recent edition of the Nagambie Community Voice which outlined three options for potential locations for a future electric vehicle charging station in Nagambie. Three options were published with a corresponding map to showcase the locations of each option. Option 1 and Option 3 were incorrectly positioned on the map and should have been displayed in the reverse order. The map has been corrected and anyone who has concerns regarding their feedback can drop us a line at or phone 1800 065 993 to speak to the communications team. A correct version of the map will be printed in the upcoming edition of the Nagambie Community Voice.


Voting closes at 5pm on Tuesday, October 25, 2022.

Which location option do you prefer?

Please select one of the three options