The Port of Newcastle is the largest bulk shipping port on the east coast of Australia and the world’s leading coal export port

The Port of Newcastle at a glance: 

  • 217 years of commercial shipping.
  • Handles more than 25 different cargoes and 2,169 ship visits per annum.
  • Total land holdings of 792 hectares.
  • 200 hectares of vacant port side land available for development, with significant deep water access.           
  • Connectivity to national road and rail networks.
  • 20 operational berths.
  • Main channel depth of 15.2 metres.


  • 17 October 2016
    Video - wind turbine unloading in the Port of Newcastle
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  • 14 October 2016
    Wind turbines to arrive in the Port of Newcastle
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  • 27 September 2016
    Terminal will secure Newcastle’s future as a global cruise ship destination
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