Weekly petrol prices

    The average price of unleaded petrol in Australia rose 9¢ to 154.1¢ a litre nationally in the week ending October 27, according to the Australian Institute of Petroleum’s ‘Weekly Petrol Prices’ report.

    The average national weekly metropolitan retail price rose 12.9¢ to 156.9¢ a litre, with the regional price rising 1.1¢ to 148.2¢ a litre.

    The most expensive unleaded in the country was in Queensland at 158.7¢ a litre, followed by Victoria (157.7¢), Northern Territory (157¢), Tasmania (155.7¢), NSW/ACT (153.9¢), Western Australia (145.9¢) and South Australia (141.9¢).

    Of the major cities, Adelaide offered the cheapest unleaded for the week at 140¢ a litre, followed by Perth (144.6¢), Darwin (147.1¢), Canberra (148.4¢), Hobart (155.9¢), Sydney (158.5¢), Melbourne (162.6¢) and Brisbane (164.1¢).

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