Gold Coasters are being urged to hold off on filling up the tank just yet, with some petrol stations across the city hiking up the price of fuel by a whopping 40 cents.
It comes as Queenslanders are given more freedoms to leave their homes with the easing of restrictions.
From tomorrow, up to five members of the same household will be allowed to visit another home, before even more restrictions are lifted across the state from next Saturday as part of the Queensland Government’s stage one coronavirus recovery plan.
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A number of fuel pumps across the city have soared to $1.19cpl this morning.
However, there are still plenty of servos selling unleaded for as little as 79 cents a litre.
RACQ says if you see fuel for around that price, grab it!
To check the price of petrol in your area, click here.