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Working With Us

Port Users

We are committed to providing efficient, sustainable and commercially viable port services and facilities

We work collaboratively with the entire port and intermodal supply chain to ensure the infrastructure under our custody is maintained to a high standard to support the ongoing provision of efficient vessel servicing.

Containers, bulk liquids and gas are handled at Port Botany while Port Kembla caters for a variety of commodities including motor vehicles, agricultural and mining machinery, project cargo such as wind turbines, grain, cement clinker, bulk fuels, steel making commodities such as iron ore and many more.

NSW Ports is continually investing in the assets to ensure their long-term sustainability and viability for the benefit of the entire community. We work closely with shipping lines, logistics providers, importers and exporters to ensure that our ports continue to be reliable and efficient.

Resources

Port Charges

The use of NSW Ports' facilities attracts charges as defined in the pricing schedules below. By using the facilities, you agree to be bound by the terms and conditions below.

09 July 2020

Port Botany - Schedule of Charges

PDF | 778KB

09 July 2020

Port Kembla - Schedule of Charges

PDF | 913KB

09 July 2020

Channel Access Standard T&Cs

PDF | 979KB

09 July 2020

Common User Wharves & Dedicated Facilities Standard T&Cs

PDF | 549KB

21 October 2020

Port Botany - Schedule of Charges (1 Jan 2021)

PDF | 580KB

21 October 2020

Port Kembla - Schedule of Charges (1 Jan 2021)

PDF |

Trade Reporting

NSW Ports publishes monthly trade data comprising of the following information:

Port Botany Port Kembla
  • Total Full and Empty TEU (Export & Import)
  • Containerised Commodities
  • Container Vessel Visits
  • Non-Containerised Trade
  • Roll-On Roll- Off Units

View Trade Reports

Safety and Security

Port Botany

Port Botany

Within the Port Botany precinct there is a network of roads spanning 8 kilometres. Click the link below to read the rules applying to this network of roads.

Port Kembla

Port Kembla

Within the Port Kembla precinct there is a network of roads spanning 3.5 kilometres. Click the link below to read the rules applying to this network of roads.

Enfield Intermodal Logistics Centre

Enfield

Operating 24/7 with a dedicated freight rail link through to Port Botany and 66,000m2 land for light industrial and commercial use. Click the link below to read the rules applying to this network of roads.

Key contacts

Queries relating to: Contact Phone Email

Port operations, Security and Emergency Management

Wayne Ashton +61 417 217 274 Email

Port Charges/Trade Report/Manifest Access

Lana Howell +61 408 617 599 Email
Environmental Shipping Incentive Trevor Brown +61 2 4275 0714 Email
General Enquiries NSW Ports Reception 1300 922 524 Email