NSW Ports is required to maintain a Heritage and Conservation Register under Section 170 of the NSW Heritage Act 1977 (the S170 Register). This Register lists NSW Ports' assets which have been identified as having state or local heritage significance. Some of the items on the S170 Register have been listed in other heritage registers as well, such as Local Environmental Plans.
The heritage items currently managed by NSW Ports and listed on our S170 Register are:
- Bunnerong Canal Rail Bridge
- Bunnerong Power Station Canal
- Port Botany Revetment Wall
- Historical Military Museum
- Breakwater Battery
- Concrete Tank Barriers
- Mobile Block Setting Steam Crane
- Cooks River Container Terminal
- Laydown Points Lever
- Electric Overhead Travelling Crane Rail
- MCS HRT Administration Building
- Pre-cast Concrete Hut 1
- Pre-cast Concrete Hut 2
Enfield Intermodal Logistics Centre
- Pillar Water Tank
- Tarpaulin Factory
Enfield ILC Heritage Interpretation
A publically accessible community walkway leading to the Enfield Intermodal Lookout has been established at the southern end of the Enfield ILC. As you travel along the path there is informative signage on the site’s history, including description of the heritage items which have been retained on site.
The Enfield Intermodal Lookout is located at the ILC entrance on Punchbowl Road, near the corner of Cosgrove Road and is open to the public during daylight hours. Parking is available on Cosgrove Road for visitors.
For more information on the Enfield ILC click here.
Port Kembla Heritage Park
Port Kembla has a rich history of Aboriginal culture, military facilities and port operations. Much of this story is on display at the Port Kembla Heritage Park, located on Battery Point adjacent to the Maritime Centre and Historical Military Museum. Parking is available adjacent to the boat ramp on Foreshore Road.