Schedule of Service Charges

The fees and charges set out in the Schedule of Service Charges will apply to the Vessel’s visit to the Port (except to the extent varied in any Special Conditions signed by the parties).

Port of Newcastle reserves the right to vary any fee or charge specified in the Schedule of Service Charges from time to time (including implementing any new charge). Port of Newcastle will provide prior notice of any such variations by publishing details of the proposed variations, including the date the variations will take effect, on this web page at least 10 business days before the variations will take effect.

Vessel Operators and their Agents should monitor this section of our website for details of any proposed variations to the Schedule of Service Charges.

A Vessel Berthing Application must be submitted for a Vessel on each proposed inward bound visit to the Port. Coal vessel operators must complete a separate Vessel Berthing Application Form and submit to Port of Newcastle via or via cPorts. Passenger vessel operators (or agents) are required to complete a Passenger Ship Booking Request and return to and lodge with Port of Newcastle.

Terms and Conditions of entry to and use of the Port

A binding legal contract will automatically bind the Vessel Operator and Port of Newcastle with respect to the Vessel’s entry to and use of the Port by way of, and as soon as, the Vessel enters the Port Channel (Contract).

The terms and conditions of the Contract will comprise the particulars set out in the Vessel Berthing Application and the Vessel Standard Terms and Conditions, subject to any Special Conditions.

By entering the Port Channel, the Vessel Operator will be deemed to have accepted, agreed to, and be bound by, the terms and conditions of the Contract. If the Vessel Operator does not agree to be bound by the terms of the Contract, the Vessel must not enter the Port Channel.

The terms of the Contract cannot be varied unless a variation to the Contract is provided for in any Special Conditions signed by the parties.