The Port of Newcastle is the largest port on the east coast, handling 170 million tonnes of trade and over 4,500 ship movements per annum.
With capacity to more than double its current trade and ship movements, the Port of Newcastle is well placed to support the predicted doubling of Australian freight over the next 20 years and beyond.
As the world's leading coal export port, efficiency and innovation are ingrained in the Port of Newcastle supply chain. Now is the time for cargo owners to move their operations to Newcastle to benefit from real efficiencies and unconstrained supply chains.
In addition to the 161 million tonnes of coal exported per annum, Port of Newcastle also handles a diverse range of 25 cargoes including dry bulk, break bulk, project, passengers and containers from its 11 non-coal berths.
- Easy access to New South Wales, Sydney and Brisbane without capital city congestion;
- Diverse facilities suitable for a range of cargo types including dry bulk, bulk liquids, break bulk, project cargo, general cargo and containers;
- 10 berths allocated to general cargo, including the only berth face rail line on Australia's East Coast;
- Excellent back-up storage options;
- Close proximity to large mining and agricultural region; and
- Customer relationships built on a high level of service and expertise.