Well the inquiry into fuel pricing here in Australia has returned its predictable result and we’ll go on facing fuel prices that seem to exploit the Australian motorist. You would think that with three different brands there would be at least some competition but it doesn’t seem to work that way and no one in authority seems to think that’s a problem.
So in the light of those findings it’s interesting to have a look at the average cost of a litre of unleaded fuel around Australia thanks to MotorMouth.
In November the cheapest city for fuel was Brisbane were the average price for a litre of unleaded was 124.3 – Melbourne was the most expensive at 133.3 and Sydney was next at 132.7
I should point out that MotorMouth does not report on fuel prices in Hobart and if they did I’m sure the price there would be much higher than they record for Melbourne.
Of course, for those of us who live outside of the metropolitan areas, those prices are 10 cents per litre or more cheaper than what we’re paying.
If you’re interested in keeping up with the daily fuel prices around the capital cities then head over to MotorMouth and sign up for their daily price updates.