What We Do

NSW Ports manages four major infrastructure assets including:

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

As custodians of nationally significant assets, NSW Ports is focused on the long-term sustainability of our port and intermodal assets.

We recognise that Port Botany and Port Kembla are economic assets of national significance, critical to the future economic growth and development of NSW.

Our role is to manage our assets in a way that allows our customers to efficiently service the needs of the people and businesses of New South Wales while minimising environmental and social impacts.

Port Botany and Port Kembla are economic assets of national significance, critical to the future economic growth and development of NSW.
NSW Ports’ 30 Year Master Plan was released in October 2015 and identified five objectives to sustainably cater for forecast trade growth.
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Joining in Clean Up Australia Day 2019

1 March
2019

Helping clean up at Yarra Bay and Molineux Point

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Premature port investments will result in higher costs for NSW

18 February
2019

Launch of KPMG report Quay Conclusions: Finding the best choices for additional port capacity in NSW

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