Port of Melbourne Stakeholder and Industry Consultation 2021

Our port users and stakeholders are at the heart of the port and keep it moving. Port of Melbourne is committed to engaging with its stakeholders, and to continually improving the way we inform and consult with our port users, customers, industry, government and the community. Together we are creating the future and building on our proud history.

Find below more information on current consultation as well as more information on key topics.

What’s happening?

Port of Melbourne values the views of its port users and wider stakeholders. 

Throughout April and May 2021, we are consulting with port users and other industry stakeholders to provide an update on key issues, port activities and stakeholder interests. Some of these topics include our investment program, trade information, tariff update and preferred ways of communicating.  

As part of this process, we are speaking to stakeholders to hear your views and interests, and to help shape open and effective engagement in the future.   

We will be running a series of engagement activities during this period. Invitations will be sent shortly for industry workshops. If you would like to participate, please contact us via the details below.  

Industry Workshops

Industry Group

Date and Time
(workshops duration  – 1.5 hours)

Register here
Shipping linesApril 14 at 9amClick here to register
Supply chain participants -(Road/Rail Users)April 15 at 1.30pmClick here to register
Cargo Owners and Freight ForwardersApril 15 at 3pmClick here to register
Port of Melbourne TenantsApril 23 at 9amClick here to register
Catch up/General SessionApril 20 at 11amClick here to register
TasmaniaBurnie: April 26 at 10am
Launceston: April 27 at 9am
Hobart: April 27 at 2pm
Registrations open soon or email information@portofmelbourne.com to register interest.
Griffith and Wagga WaggaLate April TBARegistrations open soon

Industry Presentation

At each industry workshop we’ll be drawing from this slide deck in our presentations. As part of our commitment to ensuring stakeholders have access to key information, we are making the presentation available to industry. The slide deck covers:

  • Industry updates
  • Our Framework of obligations
  • Prescribed Services and Pricing
  • Non-Prescribed Services update
  • Investment planning overview
  • Project in Focus – Webb Dock East Beth 4 & 5 Extension
  • How we engage

The presentation ask industry to respond to some questions.  We welcome your input to these questions by completing the survey below, or by emailing us at information@portofmelbourne.com

Help shape our future engagement strategy

Take our online survey!

We want to hear from you on what matters most, and how you would like to be engaged.

Complete this short survey to tell us what you think about key port issues and your preferred ways of communicating with us.

Port Development Strategy Delivery Program

The PDS Delivery Program outlines the indicative timing and sequencing of each of the Major Projects outlined in the 2050 PDS over the next 15 years.
These projects have been determined on the basis of the initial planning activities conducted through the development of the 2050 PDS and Our Plan for Rail, and have been further refined based on feedback received through consultation and engagement with industry, community and government stakeholders.

Talk to us

To speak with a member of the team or find out how you can get involved, contact us on 1300 857 662 or at information@portofmelbourne.com