Fill up within the next week if you’re an Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne or Perth motorist, as new price cycles are imminent due to the rapid rise in wholesale fuel prices. Sydney drivers may have to wait for another 2 weeks before retailers consider applying any discounts to current petrol prices.
Be quick to fill up if you’re in Adelaide or Perth, as fuel prices are set to shoot up imminently. Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney are all at the peak of their current petrol price cycles, so a drop in the current trending high prices isn’t expected for at least 2 weeks for these cities.
Fuel prices are on the rise thanks to increasing wholesale prices. Fill up now if you’re in Sydney before the next fuel price cycle peak, and hold off for another week if you’re an Adelaide or Perth motorist. Brisbane and Melbourne will not see a dip in petrol prices for around another 3 weeks.
There is no sign of a new fuel price cycle in the major cities ahead of Easter. Now is the perfect time to fill up if you’re an Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne or Sydney motorist. Unfortunately for Perth drivers, petrol prices are not expected to drop until after the long weekend.
The fuel excise reduction has translated to significant fuel cost discounting from retailers in each capital, which is welcomed news in the lead up to the Easter long weekend and school holidays.
Fill up now for best petrol prices if you’re an Adelaide or Perth motorist, and try to hold off until mid next week if you’re in Brisbane, Melbourne or Sydney.
Finally, a small reprieve for motorists across the country, with retailers slashing fuel prices by around 10-12cpl on average. Fill up now if you’re in Adelaide as the average price of unleaded petrol has dropped to the 180’s for the first time in a while. Motorists in the remaining capitals should try and hold off for one more week, when fuel prices are expected to drop even further.
It is certainly a very difficult task to predict fuel price cycles at the moment. Fill up ASAP if you’re in Perth as prices are expected to jump into the high 220’s imminently. Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney are 2 weeks away from any sign of a price drop, and Adelaide motorists will most likely see a decrease in their current fuel price cycle early next week.
Due to the huge jump in crude and wholesale fuel prices, normal price cycles trends are almost non-existent. The forecast? An extremely volatile and uncertain month or two ahead in terms of fuel prices.
Fill up within the week if you’re in Adelaide or Perth, and try and hold off for a couple of weeks if you’re a Melbourne motorist. Brisbane and Sydney are not expected to see a dip in their current fuel price cycles for at least another 3 weeks.
Is 200cpl the new normal for unleaded petrol prices? It really does seem that way across the country at the moment. Unless you’re in Melbourne where the next fuel price cycle dip is still 3 weeks away, fill up now as petrol prices are only going to get more and more expensive.
Fuel prices hover at around the $2 per litre mark around the country this week – with prices predicted to increase by another 9cpl in Brisbane and Sydney over the coming week. Fill up now if you’re a Melbourne motorist, and try and hold off for another week if you’re in Adelaide, Brisbane or Perth.
2022 has started off with a month of high fuel prices around the country, which are not looking to drop any time soon. Fill up now if you’re in Brisbane or Perth before petrol prices move into the 190’s, and try and hold off on your re-fuel for another week if you’re an Adelaide or Sydney motorist.
Be quick to snap up a decent fuel price before it hits close to the $2.00 per litre mark if you’re an Adelaide or Melbourne motorist, as retailers are moving fast and setting new peak pump prices as we speak. Brisbane and Perth drivers can look forward to a dip in their petrol price cycles over the next week or so.
Fill up now if you’re in Adelaide, Brisbane, or Melbourne – fuel price trends are stable at the moment, but petrol prices may be quick to jump up straight after Christmas. Sydney motorists are still a couple of weeks away from any reprieve as petrol price trends are still moving very slowly.
Fuel price trends remain very high around the country this week, with Brisbane experiencing the highest unleaded petrol (ULP) prices at 182.6cpl on average. With the holiday season fast approaching, it is likely there will not be a reprieve in petrol prices for at least the next few weeks.