Access & Application forms

Filming and Photography

Port Botany, Port Kembla, and the Intermodal Terminals at Cooks River and Enfield, are vital economic and trade assets essential for supporting the needs of business and consumers in New South Wales.

NSW Ports Operations Hold Co Pty Limited (NSW Ports) manages these assets.

If any person or organisation wishes to film or photograph at any one of NSW Ports’ facilities is required to request permission from NSW Ports to utilise the site in writing no less than 10 business days in advance of the proposed shoot date and pay the application fee.

For the conditions and application form for commercial filming and photography within NSW Ports managed property please see the pdf link below.

Application for permission to undertake filming/photography on NSW Ports managed property

Application Form
In completing the application you should include all relevant details including: organisation name and full contact details, purpose for filming/photography, date and time of proposed activities, location scope and boundaries of the site, number of personnel involved, type of equipment that will be used, list of vehicle(s) with corresponding license plate numbers being brought on site.

Application Fee
A non-refundable application fee of $500 is required to be paid to NSW Ports before your application will be assessed. Proof of this payment should be submitted along with the completed application form.

For more information, please contact NSW Ports on 1300 922 524 or email

Oversize Vehicle Operation 

If you have a need to operate a vehicle which is above the load limits of the Berth at Port Kembla, you are required to seek approval. Please do so by downloading and completing the below application form. 

Application for permission to operate a vehicle above the load limits of the Berth at Pork Kembla.

For more information, please contact Paul Ryan on 0429 502 162 or email 


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