Port Authority of New South Wales manages and develops port facilities and services to cater for the existing and future commercial shipping needs of the State of NSW.
Multi-User Facility: Glebe Island
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.
Eden Welcome Centre
The Eden Welcome Centre will be a purpose-built facility to provide for the forecasted 100,000 cruise passengers each year, stallholders, port administration and other port operations.
Macquarie Pier Revitalisation Project
Newcastle’s iconic Macquarie Pier and its historic harbourside walkway will be revitalised in a major new improvement project by Port Authority of New South Wales.
Detailed business case
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.