Port Authority of New South Wales manages, develops and maintains port assets under its ownership and/or management across its ports in NSW.
Glebe Island in Sydney Harbour has been a vital maritime supply route for over 100 years. The port’s berths provide a low-cost, low-impact and sustainable way to bring dry bulk materials into the city. Now, a new port facility on Glebe Island will help supply the city’s construction boom.
The Eden Welcome Centre will be a new building located on the fisherman’s co-op site in Eden, facilitating the movement of over 100,000 cruise passengers to the local region each year.
Newcastle’s iconic Macquarie Pier will be revitalised in a major $3 million improvement project by Port Authority of New South Wales. The upgrade will see a new, widened pathway complete with sandstone seating, maritime-style fencing, and interpretive heritage features along the 900m route.
The NSW Government made a commitment in the NSW Cruise Development Plan released in July 2018, to assess different options for addressing cruise capacity constraints in Sydney. This is a long-term approach to support the NSW cruise industry and its many benefits to the NSW and Australian economies.
Find out more about some of Port Authority's previous projects