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NSW Ports and Patrick Terminals commence work on $190 million project to double ‘on-dock’ rail capacity at Port Botany

1 September
2019

NSW Ports and Patrick Terminals have commenced work on a $190 million project to double ‘on-dock’ rail infrastructure capacity at Port Botany’s Patrick Terminals - Sydney AutoStrad™, ensuring a sustainable supply chain that will meet the future trade needs of Sydney’s growing population.

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Creating a sustainable future

22 August
2019

NSW Ports launches new Sustainability Hub and 2019 Sustainability Plan showcasing actions to improve our supply chains for future generations

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Dubbo Regional Council launches the 'Container - The box that changed the world' exhibition

10 August
2019

Dubbo Regional Council's Western Plains Cultural Centre has officially launched the 'Container - The box that changed the world'.

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NSW Ports partners with regional rugby referees to promote safe, fun and fair play

19 July
2019

NSW Ports today announced a three year partnership with Southern Inland Rugby Referees Association (SIRRA), supporting safe, fun and fair rugby competition in the Southern Inland region of New South Wales (NSW), one of the largest rugby regions in Australia.

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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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First 100 vessels sign up to Environmental Shipping Incentive

14 February
2019

In an Australian first NSW Ports reward vessels for environmental performance

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NSW Ports and Maroubra SLSC launch 3 year partnership

7 January
2019

Supporting safety education and the vital role surf lifesavers play in our community

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Seawall Road Closure, Thurs 16 August

14 August
2018

Temporary closure of seawall road for demolition of equipment on Thursday 16 August 2018.

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Public Access to Eastern Breakwater

31 July
2018

Following completion of recent maintenance works, the Eastern Breakwater is now open for public access.

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Eastern Breakwater closed

25 July
2018

25 July 2018 - The Eastern Breakwater is closed today for essential maintenance works.

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Eastern Breakwater closed

10 April
2018

From 10 April, the Eastern Breakwater will be closed for electrical maintenance works.

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Clean Up Australia Day - Port Botany

27 February
2018

The port community joined together today to do our bit for the local environment.

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Eastern Breakwater Closed

22 February
2018

The Eastern Breakwater at Port Kembla is closed until further notice due to adverse weather conditions.

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Port Kembla Heritage Park Community Day

12 February
2018

Sunday 25th February 2018, 10.00am - Join us at Port Kembla Heritage Park as Conservation Volunteers Australia team up with the Battery Museum for an informative day learning about our history and nature.

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Breakwater works complete

21 December
2017

As intended by NSW Ports, following completion of significant repair works the breakwaters at Port Kembla have been reopened for public access.

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Temporary road closure - Prince of Wales Drive, Port Botany - 28 and 29 November 2017 0600-1700

27 November
2017

Prince of Wales Drive will be closed on Tuesday 28/11 and Wednesday 29/11 from 0600-1700 each day.

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Port Kembla Seawall Public Access Safety Improvements

26 November
2017

Following a recent review, NSW Ports is making safety improvements to publicly accessible areas along the Port Kembla Seawall. The works are intended to reduce, but not eliminate, the risks associated with large wave impacts, traffic accidents and pedestrian slips, trips and falls while maintaining reasonable public access to the Seawall and associated groyne.

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Port Kembla Breakwater Closure

1 July
2017

Please be advised that both the Eastern Breakwater and Northern Breakwater at Port Kembla are closed until further notice due to storm damage.

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NSW Ports and Patrick Terminals commence work on $190 million project to double ‘on-dock’ rail capacity at Port Botany

1 September
2019

NSW Ports and Patrick Terminals have commenced work on a $190 million project to double ‘on-dock’ rail infrastructure capacity at Port Botany’s Patrick Terminals - Sydney AutoStrad™, ensuring a sustainable supply chain that will meet the future trade needs of Sydney’s growing population.

Read More

Creating a sustainable future

22 August
2019

NSW Ports launches new Sustainability Hub and 2019 Sustainability Plan showcasing actions to improve our supply chains for future generations

Read More
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