Aside from charging it at your own residence, the network of charging locations where you can charge your vehicle is expanding all the time. They are not yet though as common as petrol stations, so, particularly if driving long distances, you do need to pay a little more attention to how charged you are and where you can top up. Electric cars are just as heavy as conventional ones should you need to push one — don’t say we didn’t warn you.
Below is a list of resources showing where stations are. Note that private provider apps will most likely present the most up-to-date information — at least regarding their own charging stations.
PlugShare is a crowd-sourced aggregator of electric charging stations worldwide and their (free) smartphone app is a handy guide to the location of charging stations and the routes between them.
The is summarised here.charging network in New South Wales
The Queensland government has prepared this map (PDF) of selected charging stations in the state.
An RAA map of charging stations in South Australia can be found here.
A map of current and planned charging stations in Victoria can be found here.
A list of Western Australia charging stations, by the RAC can be found here.