Port pricing

Reference Tariff Schedule

Reference Tariff Schedule 2018-19 effective 1 July 2018

Port of Melbourne's (PoM) 2018-19 Reference Tariff Schedule (RTS) outlines its tariffs for Prescribed Services that will apply from 1 July 2018.

Prescribed Services are defined under section 49 of the Port Management Act 1995 (Vic) and include channel services, berthing services, short-term storage and cargo marshalling facility services and other services that allow access or use of certain port infrastructure. Further information on this can be found at Regulatory Information – Prescribed Services.

PoM has determined its 2018-19 tariffs in accordance with the Pricing Order, which details the basis for how PoM sets these tariffs. Further information on this can be found on our Regulatory Information page.

Tariffs for full outbound container wharfage services will decrease by 2.5 per cent from their 2017-18 level, marking the third consecutive year of reductions to these tariffs. All other tariffs will increase by the Tariffs Adjustment Limit (TAL) of 1.9 per cent, being the annual change in the Consumer Price Index to March.

The weighted average increase in PoM’s 2018-19 tariffs, from their 2017-18, level is 0.9 per cent.

Other fees may be payable for services that are not Prescribed Services and these fees are set out in the Other Fee Schedule (Non-Prescribed Services).

Reference Tariff Schedule 2017-18 effective

This Reference Tariff Schedule (RTS) lists the Prescribed Services Tariffs to apply for the 2017-18 financial year commencing on 1 July 2017.  The RTS details all of the Prescribed Services which are defined by the Pricing Order under section 49 of the Port Management Act (Vic) 1995.

Other fees may be payable for services that are not Prescribed Services and these fees are set out in the Other Fee Schedule (Non-Prescribed Services).

This RTS is published in accordance with the Victorian Government’s Pricing Order approved by the Governor-in-Council in June 2016.

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