Port of Portland is a naturally deep, protected port which can safely accommodate a range of vessels and cargoes.
Strategically located between Melbourne and Adelaide it provides a logistics gateway to the rest of Australia and the world, with connectivity to national road and rail networks.
Operating 24-hours, the Port provides users with unrestricted access.
Port of Portland is able to provide some on-port lay-down and storage areas with many other options conveniently located nearby the Port in Portland’s industrial zone.
With six multi-user berths, Port of Portland offers flexibility to bulk, break bulk and conveyed cargoes. Currently seven different commodities are handled at the Port of Portland.
The Port also services the growing cruise ship industry, recently announcing it can safely handle the larger class of cruise vessels at its SL Patterson berth. Wind turbines are also currently handled at the Port.
Port of Portland is committed to continuous improvement with productivity a core focus. Infrastructure projects are ongoing to ensure Port of Portland meets the needs of the dynamic industries it serves for the next decade and beyond.