|Ocean Dream||20 Jan 15:00 (Mon)||21 Jan 22:00 (Tue)||White Bay Cruise Terminal|
|Majestic Princess||21 Jan 06:00 (Tue)||21 Jan 16:00 (Tue)||Overseas Passenger Terminal|
|Voyager of the Seas||22 Jan 06:30 (Wed)||22 Jan 16:00 (Wed)||Overseas Passenger Terminal|
Sydney Harbour is getting busier every year and ships coming to our shores are getting bigger.
If you’re a recreational boater you should take care and remember to look out, ships about.
New rules clean up global shipping
Ships around the world will be made to reduce their sulphur oxide (SOx) emissions following a new global regulation that came into effect on 1 January 2020.
Introducing the Eden Welcome Centre
As Eden becomes an increasingly popular cruise destination, a new welcome centre developed by Port Authority of New South Wales will greet up to 100,000 visiting cruise passengers each year.
VTS: air traffic control of the sea
Every airport needs its air traffic control but what about the ships in our seaports? Here’s how Port Authority’s VTS teams keep watch 24/7 to keep shipping safe in NSW.
Port Authority of New South Wales has several iconic locations available for events, activation and filming hire on non-ship days. These include the Overseas Passenger Terminal Precinct at Circular Quay West and White Bay Cruise Terminal at Rozelle and several other hardstand locations on the Sydney Harbour foreshore.