Some of Tasmania's cheapest petrol remains in the bush.
The state's average for 91 unleaded is $1.94 per litre, with the cheapest in Hobart and Launceston at around $1.86.
Yet, head to some out of the way locations such as the Bracknell Roadhouse and you will pay just $1.82.
Or Arthurs Lake Roadhouse at $1.84.
The cheapest of all, Shell Dunalley, at $1.79, 15 cents below the state's average.
Still, it all pales in comparison to near neighbour Victoria where unleaded can be had for as low as $1.67.
Research and business intelligence company Rystad Energy is forecasting a European embargo on Russian oil to "trigger a seismic shift" in energy markets, leading to higher prices in the short to medium term.