Eden Cruise Wharf is currently closed to cruise ships for the foreseeable future.

Serving the South Coast economy

The southernmost deep-water harbour in NSW, Port of Eden facilitates the South Coast’s key industries: fishing, forestry and tourism.

Serving the region’s import and export needs, Port of Eden is also home to one of NSW’s largest fishing fleets and provides a tourism gateway to the southern NSW coast.

Each year, around 100 commercial vessels, including a growing number of cruise ships, visit the Port of Eden’s three wharves: a privately owned woodchip terminal, the multi-user Royal Australian Navy wharf, and the Eden Cruise Wharf.

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