From Saturday 28 March 2020 and over the coming week, cruise ships will enter and berth at Port Kembla to take on board food and other provisions and to re-fuel.
This is being done at the request of the NSW Government so that cruise vessels will be able to leave Australia and head for overseas port locations. These activities will be overseen by NSW Police.
The ships have only crew on board (no passengers). No crew members will be allowed to leave the ship whilst at Port Kembla.
Strict protocols and procedures will be in place at all times to ensure the safety and wellbeing of all workers involved and the wider community.
For more information please contact NSW Ports on 0410 597 547 or email@example.com
About NSW Ports
NSW Ports manages Port Botany and Port Kembla, key export and import gateways connecting to global markets, and the Enfield Intermodal Logistics Centre and the Cooks River Intermodal Terminal. NSW Ports is a private consortium of leading institutional investors: IFM Investors (including Cbus, HESTA and Hostplus), AustralianSuper, Tawreed Investments Limited and Q Super. Our shareholders represent over six million Australian superannuation fund members and are long term investors with interests in a range of Australian infrastructure assets.