NSW Fuel Station Price

The nsw_fuel_station sensor platform uses the NSW Fuel Check App data as a source for current fuel price data.


To get the station ID for any NSW fuel station you will need to:

  • Visit the Fuel Check App.
  • Open the developer console of your browser (for Chrome, click View -> Developer -> Developer Tools). Click the “Network” tab in the developer console.
  • In the Fuel Check App, search for your postcode or click “Fuel Near Me”.
  • In the developer console, you should see a request to /FuelCheckApp/v1/fuel/prices/bylocation. Open this request and preview the response. Find the station you wish to add, and copy down the ServiceStationID field.


  • Select a station you wish to find the ID for.
  • Select “Report this Station”.
  • In the URL of the new page opened, locate serviceStationId.


To add the NSW fuel station price sensor to your installation, add the following to your configuration.yamlThe configuration.yaml file is the main configuration file for Home Assistant. It lists the integrations to be loaded and their specific configurations. In some cases, the configuration needs to be edited manually directly in the configuration.yaml file. Most integrations can be configured in the UI.[Learn more] file:

  - platform: nsw_fuel_station
    station_id: 291

Configuration Variables

station_id string Required

The ID of the station to track

fuel_types list (Optional)

A list of fuel types to track for the station. Must be one of ["E10", "U91", "E85", "P95", "P98", "DL", "PDL", "B20", "LPG", "CNG", "EV"]. Descriptions of fuel types can be found here.


['E10', 'U91']