Port Botany

Port Botany is Australia’s premium port and is vital to the economic wellbeing of Sydney and New South Wales. The port is home to the state’s largest container facility.

Port Kembla

Port Kembla is a key infrastructure asset for New South Wales and an economic driver in the Illawarra region.

Enfield Intermodal Logistics Centre

The Enfield Intermodal Logistics Centre is being developed as a key logistics hub in central-west Sydney.

Cooks River Intermodal Terminal

Sitting adjacent to the dedicated rail freight line linking Port Botany to the national rail network, Cooks River is an Intermodal Logistics Centre and empty container park providing an important link to the container logistics freight task.

Port Botany
Port Kembla
Enfield Intermodal Logistics Centre
Cooks River Intermodal Terminal

Australia's Trade and Logistics Gateways

Port Botany and Port Kembla are essential infrastructure assets which serve as the primary import and export gateways to New South Wales (NSW), Australia’s largest economy and home to approximately one third of the nation’s population. As NSW’s largest container handling facility, Port Botany serves a vital role in the economy of Sydney and NSW. Port Kembla, is the country’s largest vehicle import facility, and serves as a key export facility for coal and other bulk products.

Port Botany and Port Kembla are managed and developed by NSW Ports, under 99-year leases from the NSW Government.

NSW Ports also manages two intermodal terminals. Enfield Intermodal Logistics Centre is a key logistics hub in central-west Sydney. The site features a direct rail connection to Port Botany and regional areas of New South Wales. Cooks River Intermodal Terminal links Port Botany to the national rail network and also features an empty container park. 

 

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What We Do

NSW Ports manages four major infrastructure assets including Port Botany, Port Kembla, Enfield Intermodal Logistics Centre and the Cooks River Intermodal Terminal.


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Who We Are

NSW Ports is a consortium of leading institutional investors: IFM Investors (including Cbus, HESTA and Hostplus), Australian Super, Tawreed Investments Limited and Q Super.


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Our Executive Team

Our people are dedicated to meet the needs of our customers and the community.


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Key Facts

Revenue Tonnes (FY 18 YTD Sept 2018) 1,512,013
Container vessel visits (FY 18 YTD Sept 2018) 283
Total TEUs (FY 18 YTD Sept 2018) 683,199
Import TEUs (FY 18 YTD Sept 2018) 342, 699
Export TEUs (FY 18 YTD Sept 2018) 340, 500
Import Revenue Tonnes (FY 18 YTD Sept 2018) 3,774,523
Export Revenue Tonnes (FY 18 YTD Sept 2018) 2,497,319
Vessel visits (FY 18 YTD Sept 2018) 202
Cruise vessel visits (FY 18 YTD Sep 2018) 0
Quay line 3410m
Rail network 29 kilometres
Road network 3.5 kilometres
Port Shuttle Train Services 24 per month
Interstate/Regional Trains 48 per month
Operating Hours 24/7
Land 17.2ha
Rail Sidings 8
Storage Capacity Up to 16,500 TEU's
Distance from Port Botany 10kms
Latest News

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'Container' opens in Wollongong

22 October
2018

'Container- the box that changed the world" exhibition has officially opened at Marine Drive, Wollongong. The exhibition has had over 250,000 visitors in Sydney.

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Restoration Project to enhance Sir Joseph Banks Park

17 August
2018

NSW Ports, in partnership with Bayside Council and Conservation Volunteers Australia, today launched a three-year project to carry out environmental conservation works at Sir Joseph Banks Park, Botany

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