The gap in the price of unleaded fuel in Tasmania, compared to the national average, has narrowed.
In Launceston last week, the average cost of fuel was 136.0 cents-per-litre.
This compared to a national regional average of 127.5 cents-per-litre.
Despite the regional average increasing 0.3 cents-per-litre from the previous week, Tasmanians still pay – on average – 8.2 cents-per-litre more.
Devonport had the cheapest average, at 134.5 cents-per-litre, while Sorell had the most expensive at 138.7.