Marine Operations

Marine operations in Port Botany, Botany Bay and Port Kembla are managed by the Port Authority of New South Wales.

The Port Authority of New South Wales manage functions including harbour control, vessel tracking, pilotage and navigation.

For more information please go to www.portauthoritynsw.com.au

 

Berthing Arrangements - Berth 103 Port Kembla

Click here to view information regarding Berthing Arrangements for Berth 103 at Port Kembla

Click here to view information regarding Common User Berth Work Permit Procedure at Port Kembla

Click here to download an application to operate oversized vehicles at Port Kembla

Logistics and Operations

Ports provide a crucial interface for the transfer of cargo between the waterside and landside, with the owners and operators of these facilities having an active interest in ensuring that this interface can operate in an effective manner.

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Efficient road connections to and from ports and intermodal terminals are vital to the efficient movement of freight and essential to be able to cater for the growing NSW freight task.

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Rail operations are an increasingly vital component of the logistics network that can contribute to the more sustainable movement of freight to and from the port and its facilities.

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Intermodal operations offer a range of landside logistics services and are primarily located in close proximity to areas of concentrated industrial development. Many intermodal operations now offer integrated services to meet the needs of their customers transporting freight to and from the port.

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Port Kembla whole of port inductions are currently conducted weekly by BSMS Security. Please phone +61 2 4225 7935 for bookings.

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Latest News

Latest News

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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